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Sculptures by Lundberg Design at Mourad, San Francisco - Teak Root Sculpture

Teak Root Sculpture

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Upon entering San Francisco’s Mourad restaurant, diners are greeted with a commanding 14-foot-tall reclaimed-teak root sculpture reminiscent of items that designer Olle Lundberg and Moroccan-born chef Mourad Lahlou saw on their trip to Marrakech.

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Lundberg Design is a twenty-person architectural firm founded by Olle Lundberg in 1987, located in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, in a 1933 mattress factory building with its own dedicated 4,000-square-foot, metal-fabrication facility for custom design work and experimentation.

The practice has always been very diverse–designing homes, restaurants, wineries, corporate headquarters, distilleries, hotels, apartment buildings, bars, lobbies, and even San Francisco’s bus shelters.

Lundberg specialize in high-end modern design, with no particular emphasis on any particular building type. While the core of their practice is architectural, they remain committed to providing design at many levels and are often involved in product, landscape, graphic and sculpture design. Their signature style tends to be characterized by sculptural form, simply and elegantly executed, with a firm belief in the importance of the carefully thought out detail.