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355 11th Street

This mixed-use renovation of a historic industrial structure was San Francisco’s first LEED NC Gold commercial building. A new skin of perforated metal unifies functional, perceptual, and historic design criteria. This diaphanous zinc scrim creates a dynamic facade of shifting and dissolving boundaries, referencing the original building’s corrugated siding during the day and unveiling its reclaimed interior at night.

2013 Merit Award for Environmental Excellence

California Architectural Foundation Nathaniel A. Owings Award

2013 COTE Top Ten Plus Award

AIA National

2011 Civic Trust Award

Civic Trust Awards

2010 Gold Award

Spark Awards

2010 Grand Award, Commercial Remodeling

Remodeling Magazine Design Awards

2010 Merit Award, Green Remodeling

Remodeling Magazine Design Awards

2010 COTE Top Ten Green Projects

AIA National

2010 Overall Winner of the ZEROprice


2010 Re-Skinning Award


2010 Best of California Design Awards

California Home + Design Magazine

2009 Honor Award, Architecture

AIA California

2009 Savings By Design Honor Award

AIA California

2009 AR Awards for Emerging Architects

The Architectural Review

2009 Selected As "San Francisco's Greenest"

AIA & San Francisco Mayor’s Office

2009 Merit Award, Excellence in Architecture

AIA San Francisco

2009 Citation Award, Energy & Sustainability

AIA San Francisco

2009 Best of Year Award

Interior Design Magazine

2009 Top 10 Building of the Decade

Curbed SF

2009 Finalist, Excellence in Business Awards

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

2009 Notable Award

IIDA Northern California

Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders


Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders

General Contractor

C&B Engineers

Mechanical Engineer

Sandis Engineers

Civil Engineer

Miller Company Landscape Architects

Landscape Architect

Thorton Tomasetti

Sustainability Consultant

Richard Barnes


Matthew Millman