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Chinese Hospital Design Tweaks "Respond to Cultural Context"


The new Chinese Hospital project was approved back in 2012, but this week the Planning Commission will check in with the project's design. The approvals came with a condition that the project sponsor work with Planning staff to refine materials, design, streetscaping, and open space plans "to respond to the cultural context." The new design details by MEI Architects and Cliff Lowe Architects is definitely aiming to add a Chinatown vibe to the previous glass box design by Jacobs Architects. The presentation to the Planning Commission is just informational, so they won't actually vote on anything. · Informational Presentation - 835-845 Jackson Street [SF Planning]
· Previous coverage of Chinese Hospital [Curbed SF]

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845 Jackson, San Francisco, California