Dubbed House Noir, the house balances the desire for beachfront living with the modern realities of higher seas and bigger waves.
Author: Lydia Lee
The 800-student Caliber ChangeMakers Academy, built for $144 per square foot, saw architects, a nonprofit, and students collaborate on a vibrant color palette.
388 Fulton, located just west of the city’s Civic Center, lives up to its small-living promise. All its 35 units sold before the building’s completion.
At the San Francisco offices of Perkins Eastman, designers and policy wonks discussed their experiences with participatory design in a panel led by Metropolis's Susan Szenasy.
In January, a panel discussion hosted at the San Francisco office of Perkins+Will addressed the Bay Area's region-wide cautionary tale.
Responses from 14,360 architecture graduates signaled modest equity gains, though major gender- and race-based professional gaps remain.
Architect Malcolm Davis updated the 1,400-square-foot house to highlight its ocean vista while staying true to Sea Ranch's architecture.
With curving vignettes designed by Hariri & Hariri, Contemporary Muslim Fashion at the de Young Museum aims to upend stereotypes that come with modest dress.
The studio's Food for Thought Truck will travel the country this summer to provide free design services for rural communities.
As part of Metropolis's Think Tank series, San Francisco design firm Rapt Studio hosted a discussion on technology's role in the office.
Fifteen years after opening its first store, Apple has once again revamped the retail typology, adding a slew of new gathering spaces.