-SAN FRANCISCO- Stable Coffee is more than just a coffee shop, It’s a place where food and shelter blend perfectly with each other. Built in an old Mayor’s house from the 1800′s, Stable Coffee is actually a premise to an architect firm : Malcolm Davis Architecture. The owners, Malcolm Davis and Thomas Brian Lackey are two architects who wanted to create a new concept based on their twin passion for food and architecture, while giving a breath of fresh air to an old building. This is why the first floor is a coffee shop, and the two upper ones are the firm’s office.
“At Malcolm Davis Architecture, we thrive on the challenges our clients bring to us. Since 1991, our innovative, sustainable, and creative approach has resulted in award-winning work throughout Northern California.”
Located in the Outer-Mission District, Coffee Stable has a great authentic and kind of rustic appeal ; on the side of the building you can find a big garden with large wooden tables, evoking a countryside ambiance. It is clear the second you walk in that attention to detail is key in Malcolm Davis’s work. Glass milk bottles and clipboards with menus written in Architect’s handwriting really adds a charm to this unique place.