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Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
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Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco
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Interior Design | Interior Design by Sagan Piechota Architecture | Bellota in San Francisco

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Inspired by the regional cuisines and traditions of Spain, BELLOTA is highly regarded for its cuisine as well as its environment. On the ground floor of a historic 4-story warehouse in San Francisco’s SOMA design center, the 5300 sf restaurant exudes a fresh, urban sensibility with a decidedly Mediterranean thumbprint. The SF Chronicle raved “Every element seems to have been considered in the design… lace like soffiting lit from behind, subtly painted cement columns, the smooth powdery feel of the bar, comfortable blue leather chairs and polished concrete floors as shiny as marble.” Custom designed dining chairs and bar stools enhance the Moorish sensibility within this historic 4-story warehouse in San Francisco’s SOMA design center.

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Located in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco, Sagan Piechota Architecture was formed in 1999 by Architect, Daniel Piechota and Designer/Developer, Loring Sagan.

SPA commercial and residential projects can be found in some of Northern California’s most spectacular settings – urban, coastal and rural.

By partnering with their clients and exploring new ways to think about what is beautiful and functional, they are able to create architecture that reflects an authentic sense of identity while remaining respectful to a particular environment.