151 10th Street

151 10th Street

A dilapidated 10,000 SF industrial building in San Francisco was transformed into an owner occupied first floor office and trade shop with the upper portion available for commercial office lease. The scope of work included two new stair cores, full mechanical and electrical systems, new skylights, ADA upgrades to bathrooms, new shower rooms, and revision of the exterior 10th street façade including new windows and entries.

The result takes advantage of the original building's architectural features that were lost over years of segmented remodeling and unifies the building both internally and externally.

Key Materials:
• Sandblasted wood
• Sandblasted concrete
• Integral color concrete
• Frameless glass

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 DESIGN TEAM: Stephen MacCracken (Principal) Daniel Robinson (Principal) William Ho  CONTRACTOR: CCI  CONSULTANTS: Hohbach - Lewin Inc. (Structural)  PHOTOGRAPHY: MacCracken Architects  ---    E    XISTING CONDITIONS

DESIGN TEAM:
Stephen MacCracken (Principal)
Daniel Robinson (Principal)
William Ho

CONTRACTOR:
CCI

CONSULTANTS:
Hohbach - Lewin Inc. (Structural)

PHOTOGRAPHY:
MacCracken Architects

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EXISTING CONDITIONS