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Tenth Annual Architecture & the City Festival to Highlight 'Unbuilt San Francisco'

The Architecture and the City festival will be back this fall for its 10th anniversary season courtesy of AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design. Via our inbox we have a sneak preview of some of the highlights. The festival holds 40+ events at venues across the city throughout the month of September, ranging from tours to films to competitions to cocktails. This year's theme, Unbuilt San Francisco, will explore the city that might have been alongside some wild ideas about the future urban landscape through a 5-venue exhibition spanning both sides of the bay. There will be ample opportunities, of course, to learn more about architecture and planning in the City's current incarnation as well as innovations in the field at large via the popular San Francisco Living: Home Tours program; designer- and developer-led tours of some of the cutting-edge newcomers to the cityscape including SFJAZZ and the Exploratorium; films about conservation battles and sign painters; a presentation on acoustic wayfinding for the blind; and ever so much more to get you all heated up for fall.
· Architecture in the City [AIA SF]