Melissa Wagner was the interviewer for client Levy Design Partner's 40th year Anniversary Party, who is also launching their new name and brand identity; LDP Architecture.
It is my honor to announce that I have joined the Board of Trustees for the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. Since its founding In 1979, Djerassi has hosted residencies for more than 2,400 artists across disciplines on their 583-acre range in the Santa Cruz mountains.
Palette SF and CCS Architecture are the recipients of the San Francisco Beautiful Temporary Community Space Award. This award recognizes a group that has re-purposed an underutilized space and transformed it into a vibrant addition enhancing community connection. With a restaurant, art gallery, retail shop, and artist in residence program, Palette on Folsom Street is a perfect example of how a vacant space can be re-purposed to serve its community.
WAGNER CREATIVE is proud to be a member of Brick & Wonder - a curated community of Real Estate and Design Professionals. We are proud to collaborate helping NYC expand to San Francisco!
Women in Construction Ambassador at the largest gathering of women in the US working in construction. New York Build Expo plays host to the annual Women in Construction panel on Wednesday, March 3-4, 2020 at the Javits Center.
Rebuilding Together San Francisco mobilized 150+ women across skilled trades to perform repairs and make improvements on nonprofits serving women, children and families, as well as women’s homes. The SHEBUILDS program enables women to make transformational changes in the lives of women in San Francisco.
Co-chairing James Beard Foundation's Taste America in San Francisco for the 4th year in a row. The James Beard Foundation’s mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.
Sculpt Gardens, a San Francisco landscape design + build company, was recently featured in Dwell's Style Guide for their "Laidley Lookout" in San Francisco.
CCS Architecture, which is known for embracing California modernism and an indoor-outdoor aesthetic, celebrated its 25th anniversary last year. In recognition of this milestone, Dering Hall invited Cass Calder Smith, to reflect on the evolution of design.
CCS Architecture recently completed Kyma in the Flatiron district of Manhattan, an upscale and inviting concept born in Long Island with an atmosphere reminiscent of a warm family gathering in Santorini.