Converse flagship store by Jennifer Carpenter Architect, San Francisco – California

July 3rd, 2013 by retail design blog

The Converse San Francisco retail store on Market Street is the fourth Jennifer Carpenter Architect designed inline store for Converse. The largest of the stores at 16,000 square feet, it features sales on two levels and stock on a third. A sinuous blackened steel stair connects the retail levels and brings natural light into the ground floor space.

JCA coordinated closely with the San Francisco planning department to create a new double height blackened steel and black glass façade that announces the brand identity while supporting the city’s goal of restoring some key components of Market Street’s retail history.

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