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Streetwear brand Supreme has opened its second West Coast outpost, this time commandeering a former warehouse on San Francisco’s Market Street – complete with a skate-bowl.

The 1915 brick building has been stripped back to its bones, with steel supports and patinaed brick walls exposed across the 5,000 sq ft space. This echoes the aesthetic of the brand’s Brooklyn outpost, and it too has a large suspended skate bowl, which appears to hover at the rear of the industrial space for use by local skaters.

Inside Supreme's new San Francisco outpost – a 1915 brick building on Market Street
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Life-size statues by skateboarder Mark Gonzales dot the space, as well as black monolithic benches, and industrial-style strip lighting slots between raftered ceiling joints.

1015 Market Street (Civic Center), San Francisco, CA 94103

The new Supreme San Francisco store is set over 5,000 sq ft
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Supreme SF features exposed brick walls, raftered ceilings and steel support beams
Photography: Supreme

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