Minnesota Street Project

The Minnesota Street Project was established as an initiative to combat the rising rent market in San Francisco, who’s many casualties have not spared the City’s artists & art galleries. The design pivots around the renovation of a 1937 industrial warehouse in the heart of the rapidly developing Dog Patch neighborhood. Original wood plank ceilings supported on delicate steel trusses define the new 5000 sq.ft. central atrium, which will showcase rotating exhibitions. The soaring space also accommodates two levels about its the perimeter, composed of fifteen private galleries and a Café and Bar fronting Minnesota Street. A simplified palette of new materials, which includes polished concrete floors, exposed structural steel, and exposed corrugated metal ceilings, compliments the building’s original materiality, accentuating the industrial atmosphere of the space.

  • Press

  • 7x7, March 2016
    Wallpaper*, March 2016
    SF Magazine, February 2016
    SF Chronicle, November 2015
    SF Cottages & Gardens, October 2015
    SF Chronicle, March 2015

  • Location

  • San Francisco, CA

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