ARCHITECTURE - MIXED USE
385 sherman is a new 3 story mixed-use building over two levels of a subterranean parking garage. the commercial office portion of the building inhabits the northeast, northwest, and southwest quadrants of the site. the third level of the building is set back from the property lines farther than the first two levels with provision of roof gardens on both levels 2 and 3. the residential wing is two stories located on the southeast corner of the site adjacent to sarah wallis park, with units on the ground floor provided with stoops.
950 villa is a new 4 story mixed-use building over 2 levels of subterranean parking. the project creates a vibrant pedestrian-oriented plaza, centered around 2 existing magnolia trees, that serves as access to the commercial office lobby as well as to a ground level gastro pub style restaurant. by using the trees as an organizing principle, a natural modulation in the building’s form and material character strengthens the finer grain of villa street. three stories of commercial office over the restaurant are punctuated by outdoor roof decks at every level, including a rooftop garden with sweeping westerly views of the mountain view skyline and the coastal mountain range in the distance.
a new 3 story mixed-use building and a separated 3 story multi-family housing building over 2 levels of subterranean parking garage, including a shared courtyard between the two buildings. a community garden is provided for the public benefit which contains spaces for growing, gathering, preparing, and enjoying food.
1900 broadway is comprised of a 33 story high-rise tower sitting atop a 4 and 5 story podium building spanning 3 blocks along broadway ave. and 19th street in oakland. this project removes a dilapidated 1 story retail building, vacant surface parking lot and reconditions the existing historic building at the corner of 19th and broadway. the existing 4-story building establishes the height of the podium as well as sets the tone for the materials and window proportions of the new podium. the new building is planned to be constructed of a 2-way concrete structural frame and clad in precast concrete, glass window walls, metal panel and brick.
brick was tasked with creating a solution for pier 41 that leverages an extrodinary piece of san francisco waterfront property into a functioning, state-of-the-art ferry terminal. additionally, the location between pier 39 and fisherman's wharf is an incredible tourist destination as well so, fittingly, the design for the terminal creates a convergence of transportation and retail opportunity. pier 41 will be the single place along the wharf to catch a trolley, rent a bike, or take a bus or regional ferry, enhancing the experience of all waterfront users - tourists and locals alike.
mission bay development group engaged the team of brick (architecture), perkins+will (master planner), and hargreaves (landscape) to reimagine pier 70. what emerged was a solution that creates a vibrant, mixed-use neighborhood that combines new construction, adaptive re-use and a new public park that brings to life the "slipways" of this former, bustling ship building yard - once one of the most active in the world.