David Baker Architects

Adaptive Re-Use

 

1500 Park Avenue Lofts 1500 Park Avenue lofts combines a renovated warehouse with new construction to create 142 residences with street-front parking in Emeryville.

355 Bryant Lofts A historic warehouse was converted to forty-four live+work lofts for a postindustrial lifestyle on Bryant Street in San Francisco.

601 Fourth Street Lofts The 601 Fourth Street Lofts finessed a former wine warehouse into 85 live-work loft spaces, with seismic and aesthetic upgrades that just take the edge off the industrial space.

Blueprint Building This adaptive reuse of a mid-century printing company brings a contemporary space for a new restaurant and offices to Birmingham's dynamic and developing Pepper Place.

Clock Tower Lofts Home of the DBA_SFO office in SOMA, thoughtful modern reevaluation brings this 1907 landmark into the 21st Century.

DBA_BHM Our southeast flagship office, DBA_BHM is an adaptive reuse collaborative office space with Locke General Contractors.

DBA_OAK Home of our Oakland office and the DBA_Workshop, DBA_OAK is taking off with a net-zero remodel.

DBA_SFO The interior renovation of a 1907 industrial space transforms our San Francisco office with suspended art pieces and custom details.

Golden Age Wine Golden Age Wine is a 2,000-sf adaptive re-use wine bar and shop featuring touches from local artisans in the heart of Alabama.

Marquee Lofts Just north of City Hall and the San Francisco Opera House, Marquee Lofts contains 53 residential lofts located on the 4th through 8th floors of the building.

Pacific Cannery Lofts Pacific Cannery Lofts is an adaptive reuse of a former cannery as a diverse collection of 163 studios, flats, and townhouses around courts, mews, and promenades in Oakland.

San Francisco Bar Pilots The renovation of a cargo pier into the headquarters for the S.F. Bar Pilots, who guide the ships through the Golden Gate, was completed in 1992.

Shotwell Design Lab Shotwell Compound is a mixed-use urban contemporary approach to living and working. It combines the new Zero Cottage, a workshop, and an existing building that combines apartments with a gallery storefront.

The Intersection An adaptive re-use of a historic Emeryville retail building will add 105 added apartments at the Intersection.