2022 Architecture Honor Award
1 De Haro is San Francisco’s first cross-laminated timber (CLT) building. Designed to evoke a jewel box, its wooden core is wrapped with a glimmering glass curtain wall that illuminates at night. 1 De Haro provides an attractive mix of office and light industrial space that is sustainable and marketable.
The jury loved sheer beauty of the structural system. The curtain wall highlights and celebrates the pioneering example of CLT innovation, with a clear balance struck between the luminosity of the skin and the weight and warmth of the wood. The structural systems represent significant savings in embodied carbon, and the construction sourced local labor, newly trained in CLT construction; in conjunction with the project, a non-profit was established for job training for underserved communities.
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