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The Life and Work of Stanley Saitowitz: Architect, Man of Intrigue

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Diehard followers of Curbed SF's Twitter account were treated to it first yesterday, but swashbuckling architect Stanley Saitowitz now has an exhibit of his work up in UC Berkeley's Wurster Hall, following a lecture he did in the same hall last night. Saitowitz is responsible for the half-watermelon Congregation Beth Sholom in the Richmond, as well as a slew of residential properties in SoMa, and Conduit in the Mission. The exhibit has pretty much everything he's ever done ever (OK maybe that's an exaggeration), including some stuff that hasn't hit the ground yet.
· Glass Destiny for Market and Page [Curbed SF]
· Saitowitz Temple Rises, May Resemble Skate Park to Some [Curbed SF]