Initially the client, who successfully developed Lulu next door, wanted to convert her existing warehouse into a new, South of Market restaurant, lounge, and catering facility. With design underway for Azie, CCS proposed ten small rental loft units be built above and alongside the restaurant as part of the same project - thereby maximizing the site’s potential. CCS outlined the economic benefits and verified that planning department approval could be attained -whereupon the client expanded the scope to include the lofts.

The lofts, each approximately 700 square feet on two levels, have a curtain-wall composition of clear anodized aluminum windows with clear and sandblasted glazing - providing a maximum sense of spaciousness, light, and views.  Their double-height, minimalist interiors are oriented with five units having views facing south and five towards downtown.  

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 16,000 sq ft New Restaurant + 10 Lofts, mixed use building

Completion: December 1999

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: James Miller

Project Team: Lisa Jacks, Curtis Hollenback, Alex Chiapetta

Consultants

Lighting: Architectural Lighting Design

Color/Materials: James Goodman

LightBoxes: Wigmore Lighting Designs

Food Service: Joe Yick, Robert Yick Company

Table Tops: Laurence Gandsey

Booths & Table Bases: West Coast Industries

Art Consulting: Maryann Petro, Heavely Stone

Structural Engineer: Robello/ Kocjan Assoc.

Acoustical Engineer: Charles M Salter Assoc. Inc.

Graphics: Spotted Dog

 

General Contractor: Landmark Building and Engineering; SanFrancisco, CA

 

Photography: David Duncan Livingston, Michael O’Callahan, Ondine Vierra

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 16,000 sq ft New Restaurant + 10 Lofts, mixed use building

Completion: December 1999

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: James Miller

Project Team: Lisa Jacks, Curtis Hollenback, Alex Chiapetta

Consultants

Lighting: Architectural Lighting Design

Color/Materials: James Goodman

LightBoxes: Wigmore Lighting Designs

Food Service: Joe Yick, Robert Yick Company

Table Tops: Laurence Gandsey

Booths & Table Bases: West Coast Industries

Art Consulting: Maryann Petro, Heavely Stone

Structural Engineer: Robello/ Kocjan Assoc.

Acoustical Engineer: Charles M Salter Assoc. Inc.

Graphics: Spotted Dog

 

General Contractor: Landmark Building and Engineering; SanFrancisco, CA

 

Photography: David Duncan Livingston, Michael O’Callahan, Ondine Vierra

Initially the client, who successfully developed Lulu next door, wanted to convert her existing warehouse into a new, South of Market restaurant, lounge, and catering facility. With design underway for Azie, CCS proposed ten small rental loft units be built above and alongside the restaurant as part of the same project - thereby maximizing the site’s potential. CCS outlined the economic benefits and verified that planning department approval could be attained -whereupon the client expanded the scope to include the lofts.

The lofts, each approximately 700 square feet on two levels, have a curtain-wall composition of clear anodized aluminum windows with clear and sandblasted glazing - providing a maximum sense of spaciousness, light, and views.  Their double-height, minimalist interiors are oriented with five units having views facing south and five towards downtown.  

Initially the client, who successfully developed Lulu next door, wanted to convert her existing warehouse into a new, South of Market restaurant, lounge, and catering facility. With design underway for Azie, CCS proposed ten small rental loft units be built above and alongside the restaurant as part of the same project - thereby maximizing the site’s potential. CCS outlined the economic benefits and verified that planning department approval could be attained -whereupon the client expanded the scope to include the lofts.

The lofts, each approximately 700 square feet on two levels, have a curtain-wall composition of clear anodized aluminum windows with clear and sandblasted glazing - providing a maximum sense of spaciousness, light, and views.  Their double-height, minimalist interiors are oriented with five units having views facing south and five towards downtown.  

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 16,000 sq ft New Restaurant + 10 Lofts, mixed use building

Completion: December 1999

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: James Miller

Project Team: Lisa Jacks, Curtis Hollenback, Alex Chiapetta

Consultants

Lighting: Architectural Lighting Design

Color/Materials: James Goodman

LightBoxes: Wigmore Lighting Designs

Food Service: Joe Yick, Robert Yick Company

Table Tops: Laurence Gandsey

Booths & Table Bases: West Coast Industries

Art Consulting: Maryann Petro, Heavely Stone

Structural Engineer: Robello/ Kocjan Assoc.

Acoustical Engineer: Charles M Salter Assoc. Inc.

Graphics: Spotted Dog

 

General Contractor: Landmark Building and Engineering; SanFrancisco, CA

 

Photography: David Duncan Livingston, Michael O’Callahan, Ondine Vierra

Initially the client, who successfully developed Lulu next door, wanted to convert her existing warehouse into a new, South of Market restaurant, lounge, and catering facility. With design underway for Azie, CCS proposed ten small rental loft units be built above and alongside the restaurant as part of the same project - thereby maximizing the site’s potential. CCS outlined the economic benefits and verified that planning department approval could be attained -whereupon the client expanded the scope to include the lofts.

The lofts, each approximately 700 square feet on two levels, have a curtain-wall composition of clear anodized aluminum windows with clear and sandblasted glazing - providing a maximum sense of spaciousness, light, and views.  Their double-height, minimalist interiors are oriented with five units having views facing south and five towards downtown.  

Location: San Francisco, CA

Type: 16,000 sq ft New Restaurant + 10 Lofts, mixed use building

Completion: December 1999

 

Architectural Team

Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith

Project Architect: James Miller

Project Team: Lisa Jacks, Curtis Hollenback, Alex Chiapetta

Consultants

Lighting: Architectural Lighting Design

Color/Materials: James Goodman

LightBoxes: Wigmore Lighting Designs

Food Service: Joe Yick, Robert Yick Company

Table Tops: Laurence Gandsey

Booths & Table Bases: West Coast Industries

Art Consulting: Maryann Petro, Heavely Stone

Structural Engineer: Robello/ Kocjan Assoc.

Acoustical Engineer: Charles M Salter Assoc. Inc.

Graphics: Spotted Dog

 

General Contractor: Landmark Building and Engineering; SanFrancisco, CA

 

Photography: David Duncan Livingston, Michael O’Callahan, Ondine Vierra

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