Gallery: Artful Renovation Turns San Francisco’s Historic Pier 24 Into ...

San Francisco's Pier 24, a dilapidated 28,000 square foot warehouse that was abandoned for decades, is back in business as a world-class destination for fine art photography. Originally built as an annex in 1935, this historic site directly under the Bay Bridge was chosen for remediation by The Pilara Foundation. After its renovation by + envelope a+d it is now one of the largest and most energy-efficient exhibit spaces of its kind. We recently had a chance to check out this remarkable renovation during AIA SF's Architecture and the City Festival - read on for a look inside!

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