A screwdriver, drawer knobs and a pipe are among the objects that Berkeley studio Envelope A+D has used as beer taps in this industrial-style restaurant in San Francisco.
Radhaus is a beer hall and Bavarian restaurant located in the Bay Area’s historic Fort Mason Centre for Arts and Culture, which formerly housed a military base.
Envelope A+D’s design preserves a number of existing details in the space, including the exposed steel roof trusses, which are painted a bright white to match the walls.Existing polished concrete on the floor was preserved where possible and then teamed with a new aggregate, creating a patchy effect.
The entry is emphasised by a pair of large steel and glass pivot doors with red-coloured frames. Restored tall, steel sash-windows offer extensive views of the bay to create an interrupted connection between the hall, street and waterfront.
These include the bar and seating banquettes, which were salvaged from wind-fallen Ponderosa Pines in the Western Sierras.The benches were crafted by Evan Shiveley, a tree specialist who works for wood supplier Arborica.”
建筑和历史保护法规要求团队保护立面和屋顶，因此厨房的机械设备，包括抽油烟机和冰箱，都位于由Envelope A + D为空间设计的大型白色“棚屋”内。
Building and historic preservation codes required the team to conserve the facade and roof, so the kitchen’s mechanical equipment, including the range hood and refrigerator are situated inside a large white “shed” designed by Envelope A+D for the space.
Rising three storeys, the gabled volume houses a kitchen on the ground level featuring a floor covered in a matte-black textured ceramic tile.Space for storage and offices is located on the second floor, with room for the mechanical and air-conditioning equipment on the third level.