Plaza De Acacias
Architect: Pam Camack
Architect Firm: SGPA Architecture and Planning
Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Project Type: New Construction
This Spanish-style office building stands comfortably among the breezy surroundings of Rancho Santa Fe, California. Design elements from nearby Spanish architecture influenced the design, resulting in a building that not only looks beautiful, but also functions within the drought-tolerant landscape. The use of wrought iron, exposed beams, a cupola, and exposed-beam eaves infused a feel of the downtown area throughout the property. Marvin supplied the tall arched windows and door assemblies that were crucial to the original design vision. Commercial doors, direct glazed windows, and round tops with cherry wood interiors provided the finishing touches to the building.