BAMO and Martin Group design the public spaces in the Ronald McDonald House Stanford's expansion: the family kitchen, entry lobby and great room.
The collaboration between RMHS, San Francisco Design Center and SFC&G was about more than selecting furnishings and finishes. It relied on a sense of community and compassion that manifested itself in the time and talents contributed by four dozen interior designers.
On February 25, 115 designers and sponsors gathered together to kick off "Where Hope Has a Home,” the new 52,000-square-foot design project for Ronald McDonald House at Stanford presented by the San Francisco Design Center and SFC&G.
On February 25, 2015, 115 designers and sponsors gathered together to kick-off “Where Hope Has a Home” – the new 52,000 sf expansion project for Ronald McDonald House at Stanford. Bay Area designers are committed to filling Ronald McDonald House at Stanford with hope and love, from the paint to the flooring and everything in between.