PEEL 27  (Pier 27 international cruise ship terminal)


Aerial Perspective of the Peel27

Aerial Perspective of the Peel27

Recipient of a Citation Award for the Unbuilt Category at the 2012 AIA SF Design Awards; Featured in the May/June 2012 Issue of CA Home + Design; Featured on the SF Registry

Under the Instructions of: Judith Mussel, Margaret Ikeda, and Jeffrey Kock |  Spring 2011 

In collaboration with Jeremy Luebker, BArch '12, MS '13
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Peel 27 is a design proposal for the international cruise ship terminal on Pier 27, also serving other programmatic elements, based upon successful local San Franciscan commercial landmarks, such as the Ferry Terminal and Fisherman’s Wharf’s. The design uses the operational term of “peel” both on the macro and micro scale of the project to deploy different typologies which helped derive programmatic, structural, and systemic elements. On the macro level of “peel,” the artificial landscape is “peeled” up to lift the public on the same level as the ship, celebrating the idea of welcome and farewell to create a dialectic with the static and dynamic aspects of the terminal and the ship, respectively.

Embarcadero Elevation

Embarcadero Elevation

Cruise Ship Docking Elevation

Cruise Ship Docking Elevation

Cross Section

Cross Section

Longitudinal Section

Longitudinal Section

Roof/Park Plan

Roof/Park Plan

Programatic Plan

Programatic Plan

Terminal Floor Plans:

Perspective on the same level as the cruise ship

Perspective on the same level as the cruise ship

Interior Perspective

Interior Perspective

Wall Section Detail

Wall Section Detail

Detail

Detail

Diagrams and Models:

Peel 27, as featured on the American Institute of Architects - San Francisco's webpage

Peel 27, as featured on the American Institute of Architects - San Francisco's webpage