FUNK ZONE LOFTS - MIXED-USE URBAN INFILL
Dan Weber was part of the team that transformed this historic property into a vibrant, mixed-use urban infill project in Santa Barbara’s flourishing Funk Zone. The Funk Zone is Santa Barbara’s unique arts, commercial business, and industrial district, situated just two blocks off the beach and two blocks off of State Street.
This six-story, mixed-use commercial project houses a diverse mix of creatives. The top two floors feature modern live/work artist lofts designed to provide high density housing in a highly impacted downtown Santa Barbara. The first and second floors of the building afford commercial business / office space to architects, an art gallery, wine tasting rooms, and more.
Project Type Mixed-Use Urban Infill / Location Funk Zone, Santa Barbara, California / Project Size 15,000 SQ FT / Completion Date 2012 / Services Architecture, Land-Use Entitlements / Architect Gerhard Mayer / Design Team Dan Weber, Ken Mills, Kevin Moore & Ed deVicente / Landscape Architect Lane Goodkind Landscape Architect / Photographer Erin Feinblatt
This project was completed while Dan Weber was a Partner at his previous firm, the Conceptual Motion Company.