1180 Fourth Street is an uber green housing development for low-income families in San Francisco
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The design team decided to break the six-story building and take advantage of the various common spaces such as courts, lobbies and community rooms. They introduced four-foot-long perforated, vertical metal sunshades that punctuate the building’s sharply angled prow at the street corner. Using different formal languages on the inner and street-facing side, the architects added variety to the look of the neighborhood. Related: Modern Richardson Apartments Provide Low Income Housing In the...