Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture / LMS Architects


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  • Architects: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
  • Location: Golden Gate National Recreation Area, U.S. 101, San Francisco, CA 94109, United States
  • Principal In Charge: Marsha Maytum
  • Project Architect: Christine Van Wagenen
  • Area: 70000.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Bruce Damonte
  • Project Manager: Ryan Jang
  • Contractor: Oliver & Company
  • Structural Engineer: Rutherford + Chekene
  • Mechanical, Plumbing, And Fire Protection Engineer: Integral Group
  • Acoustical & Telecom Engineer: Charles M. Salter Associates
  • Lighting Design: Architectural Lighting Design
  • Client: San Francisco Art Institute & Fort Mason Center

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Text description provided by the architects. As part of the transformation of Fort Mason from a historic army base into a thriving nonprofit arts and community center, LMSA led the adaptive reuse of Pier 2 to rehabilitate the landmark shed and to turn the interior into a new campus for the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) – a hub for both

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and graduate studies and public engagement with the arts. 


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In Phase I, the historic shed was restored and seismically upgraded with integrated sustainable building systems including a 255KW rooftop photovoltaic solar system.


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In Phase II, LMSA transformed the interior volume into a new arts campus for SFAI which includes 160+ studios, public exhibition galleries, performance installation rooms, multipurpose teaching spaces, a black box theater, and a workshop/maker space.


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