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The Site San Francisco, California South of Market Street

The site is located in the heart of San Francisco’s South of Market Street (SOMA) neighborhood. The site location is surrounded by other museums, such as the Jewish Contemporary Museum, SF Moma, the Yerba Buena Center, and the African Diaspora. The site neighborhood is specifically the Yerba Buena, after the Yerba Buena Gardens and the Yerba Buena Center. The site is surrounded by prominent public

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centers; the Moscone Center and commercial; the Metreon and

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Westfield Mall. This location is paradise for a museum to thrive.

Powell Street

Union Square

Museum of the African Diaspora

15,000 sqft

Public Non-Collection Spaces

19,000 sqft

Public Collection Spaces

6,350 sqft

Non-Public Collection Spaces

7,950 sqft

Non-Public Non-Collection Spaces

15,700 sqft

Circulation, Mechanical, & Elevators

Jewish Contemporary Museum SFMoma Jessie Square

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Powell Bart Station

San Francisco, California Museum of Latino Experience Integrated Building Design Studio Spring ‘16 / with Gloria A. Kiiza

Yerba Buena Garden

Westfield mall

Moscone Center

4th street

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64,000 sqft

Total

Molé: Museum of Latino Experience “The soul and spirit of the arts and cultures of Mexico and the Americas are fundamentally linked. Through its programs, The Mexican Museum voices the complexity and richness of Latino art throughout the

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Americas, encouraging dialogue among the broadest public.”

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We are encouraging MOLE’s mission to connect people from all cultures to the richness of all Latin American Art by attracting and creating an anticipation to learn and explore our museum. Based on the mixing of program, circulation, and form, similarly to the delicious dish mole, we strategically place our programmatic pods in

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sequence to circulation from one program to another program. We range the programs to shift locations on every floor, allowing peeks from

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to mingle in collection and private spaces. The form of these pods are the manifestation of a spatial, circulation RE ST D AR HO W

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anticipation to see and learn more about the Latino Art culture.

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allow gimpses unto the next art piece, space, and program to create an

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study, of which the walls are placed diagonally. The placement of the

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