St. Paul’s Episcopal Phase 1
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St. Paul’s Episcopal Phase 1

November 20, 2014
Built in 1968 as a medical office building and purchased by the school in 1996, this building required extensive seismic and ADA upgrades, as well as complete renovation and rehabilitation for use as a middle school campus. Based on the 2004 master plan by Pfau Long, the building’s façade was redesigned, while interior spaces and building systems were re-purposed for classrooms, study/teaching labs, a library, administrative offices, teacher’s lounge, and a top floor art studio space with both indoor and outdoor work space.

Emphasis was placed on creating internal circulation spaces that enhance the day-to-day student activity.  The administration areas were designed for maximum efficiency and incorporates a more welcoming entrance and lobby for the public. The building’s new façade creates an inviting street presence and was redesigned using similar materials that correlate to the school’s K-6 campus located two blocks away.

Location / year

Oakland, CA / 2006

Project Type

K-12 School

Principals in Charge

Dwight Long, AIA

Team Managers

Jessica Goldbach

Project Scope

Renovation or Expansion

Project Managers

Marcos Ancinas

Photographic Credits

Jeremy Jachym

Square Footage

24,000 GSF

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