Hayes Valley south of McAllister Street was spared the fires that followed the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Since the turn of the century, city-wide trends in gentrification resulted in a reduction in the diversity, but preservation of the architectural character of the neighborhood. Occupying the former Yoga Tree and Flight 001 spaces, Brooklinen was endowed with a new storefront, interior surfaces, and attitude. Custom fixtures of natural wood, ceramic tile, neutral stone, and simple lighting support the aspirational zeitgeist.
|materials||Madera Oak flooring & Kamdean LVT, Morgan Lai custom millwork, WAC, Flos, Kuzco luminaires, US Aluminum storefront, Fireclay tile|
|Architect||Elmer Lin, Hong Liu|
|Design Consultant||Office of Tangible Space|
|Structural Engineers||Darren Wong, Jason Haines|
|Mechanical Engineers||MK Engineers|
|Photography||Brad Knipstein, Charlie Schuck, Elmer Lin|