Farina Focaccia and Cucina Italiana

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Farina, located in San Francisco's Mission District, offers natural, simple, homemade Ligurian cuisine made from quality organic ingredients in respect of seasons. The restaurant, designed by Brett Terpeluk and Monica Viarengo, reflects the ethos of the food through the use of robust, solid materials coupled with a keen attention to detail. The exposed joists, floor to ceiling subway tile, and lacquered wood paneling, all tinted with varying hues and gloss of creamy white, are offset by the grays of the concrete floor, blackened steel, and zinc counters. Free-standing linear counters are composed of reclaimed hand-hewn Genovese marble sinks, cut and re-assembled to form a sculptural presence. Double Octopus by Autoban illuminates the space, suspended above custom built communal tables made from solid Guanacaste wood. Windows of curved laminated glass wrap around the facade, allowing daylight to spill over the dining room during the day.

Farina Focaccia and Cucina Italiana

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Double Octopus is a functional design with an entertaining spirit. This chandelier has hinged legs encouraging the user to engage with the design, creating new shapes and redirecting light as desired. Designed by Autoban and manufactured by De La Espada for the Autoban brand.