San Francisco Architecture
It’s nice when the one you love can still surprise you.
A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.
"I am much less interested in self-expression than in establishing opportunities that enable occupants to express themselves."
This unsung hero of "brooding grandeur" is the Bay Area’s most stunning transit station, period.
Building "beacon" is rare sight
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals building reads like a love letter to granite and marble.
Overlooked wonders that deserve a second look.
This introduction will get you started on the city’s seemingly endless supply of buildings inspired during Queen Victoria’s reign.
These westside structures deserve a second glance.
The National Civic Art Society calls the Seventh Street behemoth an eyesore in tirade on modern architecture.
Lovely ladies, ready for the call.
These provocative structures have redefined our region in more ways than one.
All eyes on the skyline this All Hallow’s Eve.
The new building is called "Mission Rock Building F"—and the "F" is for fantastic.
"Shining like silk and lovely as old lace."
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.
"Visitors look upward through a slight atmospheric haze and are enveloped in a 100-foot-tall shifting curtain of light."
Bonta’s bill wins unanimous vote.
Many remain angry about home’s demolition.