Located in the Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR) region in San Francisco, the project focuses on bringing the unique urban quality of the area into the building: a triangular site adjacent to a freeway intersection. Connecting freeways from three directions, the intersection contains a unique curvilinear quality that engages and interacts with the orthogonal urban grid and an old rail track. The project aims to embrace the special site condition as well as to promote a new type of makerspace in the city, allowing creative offices to work alongside each other for prototyping and exhibition. 
Site Analysis
Site Geometric
Exploded Diagram: Building System
Study Model with Freeway
Geometric Logic of Apertures
Sequence Analysis In-between Two Program
Plans
Interior View: Fuseproject's Exhibition Hall
Interior View: Kickstarter's Experiment Lab
Interior View: Fuseproject's Office
THE BRICKS
Double Negative
Berkeley Art Hub
Potrero Hill Library
Cube by the Sea
Case Studies-Interactive Workspace
Case Studies-Facade
Good Food
Freeway Studies