The Coachman: Lundberg Design Retrofits a San Francisco Bar with Walls Made of Honey

July 18, 2014 by  
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San Francisco-based Lundberg Design transformed one of their old projects, Heaven’s Dog, into one of the city’s most visited restaurants – The Coachman. The design team added around 600 square feet of space to the existing bar and enlarged it into a spacious restaurant with a great selection of cocktails. Hit the jump for more details about this striking renovation. Read the rest of The Coachman: Lundberg Design Retrofits a San Francisco Bar with Walls Made of Honey Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Heaven’s Dog San Francisco , honeycomb walls , Lundberg Architects , lundberg design , Olle Lundberg , retrofitted restaurant , San Francisco architects , san francisco architecture , sustainable renovation , The Coachman retrofit , The Coachman San Francisco , walls made of honey

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The Coachman: Lundberg Design Retrofits a San Francisco Bar with Walls Made of Honey

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