PCI Design Award: Best Mixed-Use Building – St. Regis Museum Tower

St. Regis Museum Tower, San Francisco
St. Regis Museum Tower, San Francisco

Clark Pacific and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP win the 2007 PCI Design Award for Best Mixed-Use Building for the St. Regis Museum Tower in San Francisco, CA. The project was honored for its rich, four-tone patterned “weave” using horizontal and vertical reveal elements with distinctly separate finishes within and across the punched-window panels. The skyscraper features 260 hotel rooms, 102 condominiums, 20,000 sq ft of cultural museum space and four levels of below-grade parking.

Award winning design-build precast solution for luxury hotel, condominium, and museum in downtown San Francisco.

The St. Regis Museum Tower is a 42-story, 5-star hotel, condominium and museum, with 269 high-end hotel rooms, 102 luxury condominiums, and a four-level subterranean parking garage. It is also home to the Museum of the African Diaspora. The project consists of 750,000 total square feet and sits on San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s property at 3rd and Mission, adjacent to the Museum of Modern Art and across from the MosconeCenter.

The St. Regis has some of the finest interior finishes in the City and the condominiums have some of the most dramatic views of the southern portion of San Francisco.

Clark Pacific provided design-build services for the 185,000 SF of architectural precast cladding for this landmark structure. The architectural precast punched window panels each contains two colors and two distinct textures cast in a weave pattern across the whole façade. The punched window panels were pre-glazed creating great efficiencies in construction schedules.

The woven tapestry of the architectural precast concrete facade creates a rich surface that changes throughout the day.

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