San Francisco Starchitecture
"I am much less interested in self-expression than in establishing opportunities that enable occupants to express themselves."
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.
Overlooked wonders that deserve a second look.
It’s one of only six units on this side of the building.
These westside structures deserve a second glance.
These provocative structures have redefined our region in more ways than one.
The designer green space will connect people from Crissy Field to the Presidio.
One of the finest from Daniel Lieberman.
It comes with heavenly views.
"Shining like silk and lovely as old lace."
Outer Sunset home is steps away from the beach.
The mind behind the upcoming Oakland Museum of California renovation.
This Palo Alto home was built in 1966 by Eichler Homes.
Coxhead influenced Bay Area architects like Bernard Maybeck, Julia Morgan, and Albert Farr.
The Planning Commission previously ordered an exact replica be created.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018.
"Cities are our most important responsibility," said the architect. "They are the whole of which our buildings are the parts."
Fireplace bears a quote from English poet Lord Alfred Tennyson.
Willis Polk mansion comes with a stained-glass window depicting the ship featured in Robert Louis Stevenson’s "Treasure Island."
A concrete lover’s dream.
Developer promises Morgan lobby will remain intact during hotel conversion.
Austere abode inside one of one of the city’s chicest buildings.
Ruling comes on the heels of the proposed Housing Preservation and Expansion Reform Act.
Contemporary stunner lands on the market for the first time since 1992.