Bank of America Facilities San Francisco International Airport San Francisco, California Published:  Interiors Magazine   Bank of America leased three small spaces (ranging from 42 to 607 square feet) at San Francisco International Airport.  The development of the design solution was based on the undulating soft forms that were present in the renovated Central Terminal.  Because these facilities were quite small and spread out over the terminal building, it was necessary to develop a strong identity program for the Bank.  This was accomplished through the use of consistent facade imagery, colors, and materials.  The facades were treated as sculptural elements to complement the soft lines of the terminal, and to stand out from the “hard” storefronts of nearby tenants.  The facades were similar in that all cornices sat on a series of tubular forms, and were strongly expressed with lighting emitted from behind the layered bands and countertops.
       
     
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  Bank of America Facilities San Francisco International Airport San Francisco, California Published:  Interiors Magazine   Bank of America leased three small spaces (ranging from 42 to 607 square feet) at San Francisco International Airport.  The development of the design solution was based on the undulating soft forms that were present in the renovated Central Terminal.  Because these facilities were quite small and spread out over the terminal building, it was necessary to develop a strong identity program for the Bank.  This was accomplished through the use of consistent facade imagery, colors, and materials.  The facades were treated as sculptural elements to complement the soft lines of the terminal, and to stand out from the “hard” storefronts of nearby tenants.  The facades were similar in that all cornices sat on a series of tubular forms, and were strongly expressed with lighting emitted from behind the layered bands and countertops.
       
     

Bank of America Facilities
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco, California
Published:  Interiors Magazine

Bank of America leased three small spaces (ranging from 42 to 607 square feet) at San Francisco International Airport.  The development of the design solution was based on the undulating soft forms that were present in the renovated Central Terminal.  Because these facilities were quite small and spread out over the terminal building, it was necessary to develop a strong identity program for the Bank.  This was accomplished through the use of consistent facade imagery, colors, and materials.

The facades were treated as sculptural elements to complement the soft lines of the terminal, and to stand out from the “hard” storefronts of nearby tenants.  The facades were similar in that all cornices sat on a series of tubular forms, and were strongly expressed with lighting emitted from behind the layered bands and countertops.

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