Cotélac

Cotélac

French clothing boutique Cotelac revives a previous hardware store on Fillmore Street in San Fancisco.

The interior was completely demolished creating a large retail area, storeroom, and office on the mezzanine.

Waxed venetian plaster walls contrast with rough pine columns, which support horizontal stainless steel display poles. Internally lit acrylic panels define and light the central space.

Poured concrete floors are inlaid with hand formed terra cotta tiles and natural riverstones.

Key Materials:
• Waxed venetian plaster
• Poured concrete
• Pine tree trunks
• Stainless steel

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  CREDITS   INTERIOR DESIGNER: Vincent Cavalli - VCA Atelier D'Architecture (Principal)  ARCHITECT OF RECORD: DESIGN TEAM: Stephen MacCracken (Principal) Daniel Robinson (Principal)  CONTRACTOR:  Everbuilt Construction   CONSULTANTS:  MCH Engineers Inc.  (MEP)  PHOTOGRAPHY:  Rien Van Rijthoven   ---    PLAN & EXISTING PHOTOS

CREDITS

INTERIOR DESIGNER:
Vincent Cavalli - VCA Atelier D'Architecture (Principal)

ARCHITECT OF RECORD: DESIGN TEAM:
Stephen MacCracken (Principal)
Daniel Robinson (Principal)

CONTRACTOR:
Everbuilt Construction

CONSULTANTS:
MCH Engineers Inc. (MEP)

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Rien Van Rijthoven

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PLAN & EXISTING PHOTOS