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Join us for this exclusive tour of a new mixed-use development in San Francisco’s South of Market (SoMa) District. The existing historic industrial-use building provided a unique canvas, and challenging opportunity for this carefully considered owner-occupied adaptive re-use project in the rapidly evolving SoMa neighborhood. Historic elements of the front facade were restored and refurbished, while new modernist infill elements were introduced at the ground level, creating a dynamic relationship as experienced from the street and pedestrian level between new and old. The second floor was transformed into a 4,500 square foot, full-floor "NYC-style" residential loft for the owners focused toward a new 20' x 20' courtyard with motorized operable glass roof carved into the existing floor plate, and expansive upper level roof deck.The ground floor includes: two-car garage, residential guest unit, and new studio and gallery space for the internationally exhibited artist Klari Reis. The clients’ primary goal for the project included a strong interplay between art, sculpture and the newly conceived architecture, specifically the qualities of light, space, texture, materiality, and flow throughout. (Photos by Cesar Rubio Photography)
Eric Dumican is an Architect, Partner & Co-founder of Dumican Mosey Architects in San Francisco. He has been practicing architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area for almost 20 years after beginning his career in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His practice is characterized by the strong balance between a rigorous, iterative design process with a keen understanding of professional practice. His expertise and experience range from large complex commercial projects to smaller scale detail-oriented custom homes; with a particular focus on tightly organized designs of a modernist nature. Eric was a THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS