The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show

The team at Studio SHK attended the annual San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show Opening Night Preview Gala last week. Definitely one of the best parties in town! The guests were as fashionable as the art. And some of the arts and antiques would fit perfectly into our interior design projects and residential remodels.

L-R: Interior Designer Sean Leffers, Enterprise for Youth Board Member Terrance Bei, Studio SHK’s Sherry Hope-Kennedy and Realtor Malin Giddings

 L-R: Sherry and Mandana of Studio SHK

L-R: Sherry and Mandana of Studio SHK

ASID California North Board Members

It’s official! Sherry Hope-Kennedy with Studio SHK is President-Elect of ASID California North. This summer, she traveled to Washington, DC to attend the ASID Leadership Experience in preparation for her new role. The conference was geared towards all levels with the aim of teaching new leadership skills and meeting others in our industry.

 ASID California North Board of Directors George Brazil, Kari Hensel, Nancee Brown, Amber Taleb, Ingrid Beamsley and Sherry Hope-Kennedy

ASID California North Board of Directors George Brazil, Kari Hensel, Nancee Brown, Amber Taleb, Ingrid Beamsley and Sherry Hope-Kennedy

 George and Sherry. They did their best to stand on a flat floor panel :-)

George and Sherry. They did their best to stand on a flat floor panel :-)



STUDIO SHK WINS SAN FRANCISCO DESIGN WEEK AWARDS

The Inaugural Awards Recognize Thought Leadership in Design

Interior design firm, Studio SHK, was honored at the first annual San Francisco Design Week Awards, hosted by San Francisco Design Week, the premier gathering of the world’s most active design community.

Studio SHK received a Residential Interior Design Award, which recognized its “Great Exploration Kids Bedroom” and project team for their ground-breaking design and commitment to thought leadership in meeting the needs of a positive future for society. The competition acknowledged 18 exemplary works from around the globe, celebrating the multiple disciplines of design including: interior, industrial, communication, and user experience design, and architecture.

The project team included: interior designer Sherry Hope-Kennedy, Studio SHK; Architect for the termite mound structure, Shaum Mehra of Archive; Jesse Perryman Painters; wallpaper install by Sam Wright, Muralist Cody Blocker, projection technology by Phil Reyner at Lightform and Photographer Amanda Anderson.

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