7-9 Hallam Street, San Francisco, CA

7-9 Hallam Street, San Francisco, CA

Architecte
Siegel & Strain Architects
Lieu
SF, United States | View Map
Année du projet
1994
Catégorie
Logement
Siegel & Strain Architects

7-9 Hallam Street Condominiums

Siegel & Strain Architects en tant que Architectes.

Narrow alleys, industrial buildings, and townhouses are the context for this infill project developed on a 50' x 75' lot in a South of Market warehouse/artist neighborhood. The owner desired to build a new structure that recalled the neighborhood’s reno­vated warehouses. The architects began with a simple but strong stucco framework and embellished the facade with a palette of warehouse materials. Galvanized metal clerestory windows, exposed steel stairs and bracing, and large warehouse windows are coupled with residential details – bay windows and balconies. Nine small but dramatic units feature double height spaces, mezzanine levels and saw-tooth clerestory windows. Parking is ramped down to grade, below street level.


Awards: › AIA East Bay Design Award (Built) › Gold Nugget Merit Award › Northern California Design Achievement Award

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