Tag Archives: Architectural Signage

Hotel Churchill’s Sign Is Reinstalled

Construction at Hotel Churchill is coming along!  The historic hotel in downtown San Diego is scheduled to open its doors this summer and will provide housing for homeless veterans, youth who are aging out of the foster care system, and … Continue reading

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Reimagined student dining facility opens at University of California San Diego

Studio E Architects is pleased to announce the grand opening of 64 Degrees (64°), the newest concept in residential dining at the University of California San Diego (UCSD). Located at the heart of student residences in Revelle College, the reimagined … Continue reading

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Big Thoughts on Small Spaces: Archer Studios on the Forefront of Micro-Unit Apartment Design

We’ve been singing the praises of the small, but beautiful Archer Studios – Studio E’s 42 unit single-room-occupancy (SRO) development near downtown San José, California, since its completion earlier this year, and now others are beginning to catch on: Archer … Continue reading

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“Small is Beautiful”: Archer Studios SRO Complete in San José

Hot on the heels of the opening of Riverwalk, we at Studio E are happy to announce the opening of Archer Studios – a 42-unit single-room-occupancy (SRO) development in San José, California. Designed for local non-profit developer Charities Housing and … Continue reading

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Spreckels Theatre Turns 100 – Studio E Turns 25!

In downtown San Diego – just down the hill from our Banker’s Hill office –  is the historic Spreckels Theatre, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Commissioned by entrepreneur and philanthropist John D. Spreckels, the Spreckels Theater was … Continue reading

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The Power of Naming — In Praise of (Cool) Residential Signage

I remember delivering newspapers as a kid growing up in Santa Monica to loads of apartment buildings with  exotic sounding names emblazoned across their street fronting facades – the Bel Air,  the Oxford Arms, Coco Palms, Villa Capri. These were … Continue reading

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