Paffard Keatinge-Clay
Dates: constructed 1958
1 story1095 Hyde Street Nob HIll, San Francisco, CA 94109
Overview This grocery store has a suspended roof, making it an example of the widespread experimentation with thin-shells of concrete during the 1950s and 1960s. Engineers, such as Jack Christiansen in Seattle, were begining to produce strongly sculptural and eye-catching effects with thin-shell forms.Building History
Opening in 1958, this remarkable grocery store replaced the car barn, second powerhouse, and main office building of the California Street Cable Railway,
PCAD id: 19647