Biking for Hope

SB Architects has been a proud supporter of Bike to Hope for the past two decades. Supported by the Northern California Real Estate & Construction Council (NCREC), Bike to Hope is designed to raise vital funds in support of the incredible City of Hope. City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for

Read More...

Seven Takeaways from SAHIC 2019

The annual Latin America Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference (SAHIC) is the go-to event to stay ahead of the curve in the region. The conference aims to educate and provide direction for attendees on the Latin American industry, where it is heading, and where the investment opportunities lie. SB Architects’ Vice President, Stefano Falbo, and

Read More...

SB Architects Designs Honored in the 2019 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards

Condé Nast Traveler has just announced their 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards and we are delighted to see so many of SB Architects projects showcased. A record-breaking 600,000 travelers took part in the 32nd Annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey, celebrating the best of the best in travel. Best Resorts in the World #14 – Dorado Beach, A

Read More...

Getting Social at the Estate

Tucked amid the lush vineyards of Yountville, The Social, a 4000-square-foot Napa-chic farmhouse event space, is the newest milestone in The Estate’s extensive renovation. The Social boasts incredible views of the inspiring ridgeline beyond and sliding walls open onto an impeccably landscaped lawn and private courtyard with flowing water and fire features alongside gardens with

Read More...

Townschool for Boys Event

For the 13th year in a row, the Town School for Boy’s third-grade class descended on SB Architects’ San Francisco office for a fun-filled morning of discussions, design and hands-on activities. Associate and Designer, Brita Spano Villanueva, has participated in Town School for Boys event for the past five years and has recently begun to

Read More...

SB Giving Back at the SF-Marin Food Bank

SB Architects is committed to creating positive, enduring change through social responsibility and civic engagement in the communities where we live and work. By establishing a network with partner organizations, we can amplify our outreach activities, creating new opportunities to foster relationships with like-minded partners and clients, from the Habitat for Humanity, the City of

Read More...

Architecture Classes for Children? Why Is It a Good Idea

“When children engage in the process of designing, they are learning to identify opportunities, frame problems, work collaboratively, explore the contexts within which a solution must work, weigh alternatives, and communicate their ideas in three dimensions,” Bruce Wright, Senior Vice President. Each year, SB Architects participates with the local school community to immerse young minds

Read More...

For 24th year, SB Architects Collaborates with SFSU

For the 24th year, designers from  SB Architects paid a visit to San Francisco State University to share their professional insights about resort design with students of the school’s Recreation, Parks and Tourism Department. On November 29, SB Architects’ Greg Lehman and Keith Houchin presented to Professor Patrick Tierney’s Destination Resorts class, enhancing the students’

Read More...

10 Reasons to Promote Wellness in the Workplace

Businesses in increasing numbers are recognizing that their success can be measured in part by the health and wellness of their people. By promoting wellness in the workplace, they can increase the health, happiness and productivity of their employees, directly affecting their bottom line. At SB Architects, we work hard to provide practices that support

Read More...