REvive: Small Spaces With Big Potential

on Thursday, Mar. 3rd


Listen to an interview with Patrick Haesloop and Spencer Honeyman, co-founders of REvive: Restorative Design for the Urban Habitat

25-year-olds Patrick Haesloop and Spencer Honeyman could easily be written off as your average San Francisco hippies

They’re living in the Mission District – an area famous for its authentic taquerias and outdoor vendors, just south of the SF museums and concert venues –  and rocking the facial hair

But in reality, they are part of the spreading movement to revitalize densely populated cities through creative landscape design

Their work has been gaining traction in the Bay Area, and they will soon begin working on restoring the backyard of Bay Area hip hop artist


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  “By moving to SF and starting this business we are focusing on the small spaces – rooftops, balconies, interiors – those are all included

We can have the same effect on any kind of urban space,” said Honeyman





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