PROPOSAL FOR SOUTH BEACH PIER 38-40, San Francisco CA USA
(Experience with Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects, Berkeley CA | Developer: Orton Development Inc.)
MWDL DESIGN TEAM: Marcy Wong, Kent Royle, Shalmali Wagle | Renderings by Peter Logan
ROLE: Conceptual Design & 3D Modelling in Rhino, Maps & Graphics in Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator, Proposal Booklet in Adobe Indesign | Supplemental drawings in AutoCAD | Architect-Client-Consultant Meetings | Compilation of Public Presentation |
The proposal envisions the historic rehabilitation and upgrade of the South Beach Piers 38 and 40, with a vibrant mix of visitor-serving retail, maritime, and commercial uses, and designed around a central aquatic park that invites the public to play, work, and study the Bay and its meaning to the city, community, and ecology of the Bay Area.
ACTIVE: A vibrant destination with a diverse mix of indoor and outdoor uses that celebrates the Bay and activates the waterfront.
HISTORIC: A sensitive rehabilitation of historic assets, and a completed project that showcases San Francisco’s waterfront history.
RESILIENT: Piers that have been preserved and retrofitted for future generations, designed to withstand future seismic activity and sea level rise.
MARITIME: A project that fosters strong connections between people, businesses, and the Bay with an active shoreside, maritime tenants, and public maritime recreation.
PRODUCTIVE: A beautiful, functional space that inspires creativity, community, and innovation.
UNIFYING: A project that connects and enhances the surrounding community, providing a critical link between downtown, SOMA, and the ballpark.