Category: San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle
07/05/2016

In Hayes Valley, Old Freeway Site is Now Architectural Showcase

Visit any prosperous American city today and you see boxy cartons filled with new housing above shops that are devoid of conviction or flair — the formulaic spawn of dutiful planning and the bottom line. That’s why San Francisco’s Hayes Valley is so […]


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San Francisco Chronicle
05/08/2015
8 Octavia

8 Octavia: Modern Architecture With Old-Fashioned Neighborliness

Like any consumer product, buildings designed but not yet built may have an expiration date. The longer that construction is delayed, the more likely that a new architect will be brought in to freshen things up. Or the original design will be retained but […]


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