There was a full house in the "Richter Room" at Triple Rock Brewery (at street level of 1908 Shattuck) this past weekend! People seemed to really be enjoying the space, and many were in awe of the base isolators.
Good food, drinks, and a one-of-a-kind structural system - what more could you possibly want? Come down to 1908 Shattuck and enjoy these for yourself.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016
Have you ever wondered what 1908 Shattuck would look like during a major earthquake? Thanks to this new animation from Tipping Structural Engineers, you can get a sense of how the base isolation system would look in action.
From the article:
True to its name, the Cookhouse was centered on a large, open kitchen and dining area, and a hallway that acts as the spine of the structure. "The spaces that spin off the hall are small; they didn't want a gigantic living room. The kitchen and hall are where they get together," Fernau says. "The last thing they wanted was a lodge; the house is actually an anti-lodge."
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Wednesday, October 5, 2016
On June 4 of last year, we posted a time lapse video of the construction progress of 1908 Shattuck in Downtown Berkeley recorded from October 2014 (beginning of construction) up until that date. Today, Tipping Structural Engineers posted this time lapse footage of construction, from start to finish, of 1908 Shattuck - and it's mesmerizing. Take a look below: