San Diego made the NYTimes top 45 places to travel in 2012. Bottlecraft highlighted, “Even in times of tight budgets, finely crafted beer remains a relatively approachable luxury, and few American regions have more brewing momentum than San Diego County.” SIDEYARD keeping it simple, good and unpretentious.
The Kitchery pop up @ Bulthaup opens this week for the holiday season. SIDEYARD worked with Tyler Cristobal to create custom signage for the shops grand opening.
SIDEYARD just completed phase 1 of a multi-phased plan to transition Chrome Digital’s space on Kettner Blvd, San Diego. The space design embodies two objectives: Support the calibre of product quality and facilitate an open interpersonal interface with Chrome staff.
New works from director, designer, and photographer Charles Bergquist took over Bottlecraft’s adaptable gallery space. Event photos have been posted on Sezio’s Facebook here. Yeller Studio raised the industrial disco lights to open up the gallery space. The after effect was a pronounced dynamic light projection. SIDEYARD is still smiling.
The Whole Buffalo embodies a gob of our methodology @ SIDEYARD. A furniture process piece, shown @ the Matter Show @ the Bakery consisting of both formwork and castings composed as a functional tea bench. When we overwork things they begin to appear extremely simple in nature.
It’s not every day you get to show a process piece. Matter @ the Bakery allowed us to do just that.
Aloha Sunday’s Kahana Kalama kicks off the cover of San Diego Magazine’s Best of San Diego in which SIDEYARDproject’s Aloha Sunday and Bottlecraft received excellent mention. Congrats to Kahana Kalama & Brian Jensen. Looks like your spaces live up to the concepts you brought forth.