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Hybrid Design in San Francisco, California by Terry & Terry Architecture

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Article source: Terry & Terry Architecture

This project houses a growing graphic/product design office within an existing brick building located in the Jackson square historic district. The design requires the removal of all the existing interior structure while leaving the existing perimeter brick structure and original front facade intact.

Image Courtesy © Terry & Terry Architecture

Bar Agricole in San Francisco by Aidlin Darling Design

Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Article source: Aidlin Darling Design 

With a name inspired by the farmhouse rums of the French Caribbean, Bar Agricole is a 1,400-square-foot restaurant and bar located in San Francisco’s industrial South of Market district. The architect and owner drew on long-term relationships with local artisans to assemble an expanded design team for the collaborative design-build process.

Image Courtesy © Matthew Millman

  • Architects: Aidlin Darling Design
  • Project: Bar Agricole
  • Location: San Francisco
  • Photography: Matthew Millman, Thomas Winz, Aidlin Darling Design
  • Software used: Vectorworks.

Pinterest in San Francisco, CA by Schwartz and Architecture

Friday, January 17th, 2014

Article source:  Schwartz and Architecture

SaA’s work as executive architect for this 45,000 sq ft tenant improvement corresponded with Pinterest’s rapid expansion, including the continued evolution of the company’s ethos and character. In many ways, the building was seen by the client as a blank architectural canvas to be curated by the employees, much as their web presence supports the gathering and organization of images into a virtual pin board. Through a series of Make-A-Thons, the Pinterest folks moved in and hacked the space, immediately making it their own.

Image Courtesy © Eddy Joaquim, Pinterest’s South of Market headquarters with new signage by Pinterest. The move back into the heart of the city has been embraced by San Francisco, with Pinterest part of a broader trend for many tech companies. The adaptive reuse of an older building fits with the DIY, collector spirit of the company.

  • Architects: Schwartz and Architecture (Neal Schwartz, Lourdes Garcia (Project Manager) )
  • Project: Pinterest
  • Location: San Francisco, CA, U.S.A
  • Photography: Eddy Joaquim
  • Project Designer: All of the Above / First Office: Janette Kim / Anna Neimark & Andrew Atwood
  • Project Manager: Gina Caruso, Relocation Connections, Inc
  • Pinterest Team: Pinterest
  • Contractor: NOVO Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Yu Structural Engineers
  • Furniture Consultant: One Workplace
  • Lighting Design: Jody Pritchard, Pritchard Peck Lighting
  • Year: 2013

Chattanooga Street Duplex in San Francisco by Zack | de Vito Architecture

Friday, January 10th, 2014

Article source: Zack | de Vito Architecture

This project is a modern, urban two-unit townhouse. Construction is a 3-story wood frame structure over a concrete basement/garage. The site is a typical San Francisco lot, 26′ x 115′, with a moderate to steep upslope. The project was undertaken as a Design/Build project with the Architect also being the owner and the general contractor. The North unit is the owner/architect’s home, and the South unit was sold.

Image Courtesy © Zack | de Vito Architecture

  • Architects: Zack | de Vito Architecture
  • Project: Chattanooga Street Duplex
  • Location: San Francisco, U.S.A
  • Software used: Vectorworks

Fire Department Headquarters Proposal in San Francisco by THE OPEN WORKSHOP

Saturday, December 21st, 2013

Article source: THE OPEN WORKSHOP 

A fire station typically is organized into two distinct zones — one that reaches outwards to the city and acts as a monumental symbol of protection, and one that contains the hidden inner workings of the station. In a large headquarters, with a diverse set of programs each with their own unique spatial requirements, such a strategy of containment is untenable.

View of the Headquarters from the Embarcadero, Image Courtesy © THE OPEN WORKSHOP

  • Architects: THE OPEN WORKSHOP
  • Project: Fire Department Headquarters Proposal
  • Location: San Francisco, U.S.A
  • Year: 2013
  • Project Team: Neeraj Bhatia, Alicia Hergenroeder, Jonathan Negron, De Peter Yi, Wei Zhao

Nove Residences in San Francisco, California by Handel Architects

Thursday, November 21st, 2013

Article source: Handel Architects

Located in the heart of the Mission District of San Francisco, this urban infill project presents a unique opportunity to develop three adjacent lots, a rarity in this densely populated neighborhood. The three lots are all adjacent to each other and are also through-blocks from Guerrero Street to Ames Street.

Image Courtesy © Handel Architects

  • Architects: Handel Architects
  • Project: Nove Residences
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Completion Date: 2010
  • Partner in Charge: Glenn Rescalvo, AIA

Jones in San Francisco, California by nottoscale

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Article source: nottoscale

Jones is a restaurant/lounge/club in the heart of downtownSan Franciscolocated in the historic Gaylord building on Geary and Jones. The space consists of a 5,000sf interior that opens up to a 7,000 sf patio that in turn is the roof of a 1 storey parking garage facingGeary Street. Based on a complex layout of existing columns and foundations the interior is arranged on different levels, creating spatial separations while maintaining the openness of the club. The interior space houses two large bars, a full kitchen in the back of house area, a dining area with a view of the patio, lounge areas throughout and a very unique large unisex bathroom.

Image Courtesy © BSK Photo

  • Architects: nottoscale
  • Project: Jones
  • Location: San Francisco, California
  • Photography: BSK Photo
  • Size: 5,000 sf interior build out, 7,000 sf exterior patio
  • Materials: Board Formed Concrete, Laser-Cut Steel Panels + Slats, Wood Slats
  • Completed: 2011

Sea Cliff Residence in San Francisco by Mark Horton Architecture

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Article source: Mark Horton Architecture

A total remodel of an existing home in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood transformed an oddly organized house into a sophisticated urbane home for a family. A limited palette of materials, along with a few very specific architectural details, created a dramatically unique retreat overlooking the Golden Gate.

Image Courtesy © Mark Horton Architecture

House 1532 in San Francisco by Fourgeron Architecture

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Article source: Fourgeron Architecture

This new house, infilled on an existing 25-foot wide lot in San Francisco, includes two distinct volumes separated by an interior courtyard.  The front structure has a garage at street grade and a painting studio above; the back volume is the main house, with the bedrooms on the lower level, living spaces in the middle, and a master bedroom on the top floor.

Image Courtesy © Richard Barnes

  • Architects: Fourgeron Architecture
  • Project: House 1532
  • Location: San Francisco, U.S.A
  • Photography: Richard Barnes
  • Construction Completion Date: 2006

AWARDS

  • 2007 AIA Housing Award
  •  2007 AIASF Honor Award
  •  2007 Custom Home Design Award
  •  2006 AIAEB Honor Award
  •  2006 SARANY Award of Excellence, Design Awards
  •  2006 AIACC Merit Award

PUBLICATIONS

  • Design for Living Magazine, 2007
  • Homes In America, [upcoming] 2007
  •  Light House,” California Home+Design, October 2006
  •  Architectural Record Unbuilt Houses, 2005
  •  Cole Street Residence, GA Houses/Project 2003

Tolleson Corporate Office in San Francisco, CA by Huntsman Architectural Group

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Article source: Huntsman Architectural Group

For Tolleson, a nationally recognized branding and creative agency, relocation to 560 Pacific in San Francisco’s Barbary Coast represents the third iteration and evolution of its studio space in partnership with Huntsman Architectural Group and Design Workshops.  Formerly the home and showroom for the Amtico flooring company, this two-story masonry and timber warehouse embodies many of the rustic characteristics found in Tolleson’s earlier offices, .such as exposed brick walls and wood trusses, wood floors, and skylights.

Image Courtesy © David Wakely

  • Architects: Huntsman Architectural Group
  • Project: Tolleson Corporate Office
  • Location: San Francisco, CA, U.S.A
  • Photography: David Wakely
  • Client: Tolleson
  • Scope:  Office Planning and Design
  • Completion Date: January 2012
  • Size: 11,000 square feet
  • Gross square footage: 11,000 square feet
  • Total construction cost: Undisclosed
  • Owner: Steve Tolleson, Tolleson Design
  • General contractor: Birmingham Development (developer/design-build contractor)
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