South Van Ness Building

South Van Ness Building
2004 SFAIA Design Excellence Award

Corrugated galvalume, anodized aluminum, cast concrete, formaldehyde free ultralight MDF

New office building and interiors for San Francisco brand articulation firm Damore Johann. The project features a daylight balanced interior, and graffiti resistant corrugated galvalume siding. The structural steel braced frame at the North facade is independent of the exterior wall which allows for expansive ribbon windows and dramtic city views.

Sustainable elements include radiant heating, natural ventilation, formaldehyde free ultralight MDF.

Completed 2003, 6500sf

gc: Malpas and Baker
with PFAU Architecture
photography: Tim Griffith & David Yama

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