Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco
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Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco
May 14, 2010 Traces of California style and Dutch contemporary art do well to make employees forget that they work in a government office.
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Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_01 Reception Area with custom glass security airlock shipped from the Netherlands. The portrait of Queen Beatrix is by Jeroen Henneman. Maple flooring by Bamboo Hardwoods.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_02 The Consul General’s private office has views to the Southeast.  Artwork by Hans Wilschut. Carpet by Constantine. Black Leather lounge chairs by Gispen.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_03 Conference room artwork by Marjolijn van den Assem. Light fixture by Marcel Wanders for Flos. Furniture by Kusch + Co. Carpet by Constantine.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_04 In the break area, appliances are concealed behind high-gloss through-color laminate by Formica. A custom glass backsplash acts in contrast to the white Caesarstone counters. Light fixture by Artemide, table by Montis, bar stools Kusch + Co.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_05 The main reception area looks North to the Marin Headlands and the San Francisco Bay.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_06 Limestone surrounds an LCD display broadcasting the Dutch national TV station. A custom area rug is flanked by Arco Spine chairs and a Vitra Polder sofa designed by Hella Jongerius. The sculpture is by Huibertje Kant.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_07 Detail of the Main Conference / Multi-purpose room with artwork by Gerco de Ruijter. The countertops are white Caesarstone and conceal cabinetry for A/V equipment and waste receptacles.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_08 A projection screen is concealed in the ceiling. Mobile furniture allows for multiple configurations of this space. Table by Gispen, chairs by Kusch + Co.  A retractable  LaCantina glass sliding door system (not pictured) allow this space to be joined with the adjacent reception area.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_09 Detail of Conference/Multi-purpose room looking to Sutro Tower. Artwork by Gerco de Ruijter.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_10 Private offices are placed along the building perimeter to maximize daylight exposure and views. Desks by Gespen, guest chairs by Kusch + Co., Task seating by Herman Miller. Lighting is by Ledalite and Artemide. Carpet by Constantine.
Huntsman Architectural Group Designs Dutch Consulate in San Francisco_11 Bullet-proof visa counters were custom fabricated in The Netherlands. A glass partition allows for private interviews, while letting light fill the waiting area.  Systems furniture is by Gispen. Guest seating by Kusch + Co. Task seating by Hermann Miller. Carpet by Constantine.