The apartment, which looks out to the Bay Bridge, features ample exposed concrete, white oak accents, and a luxe travertine bathroom.
To start our new NOMA-Nominated series, we highlight an affordable housing project for veterans that mixes modular and wood-frame construction in northern California.
The 800-student Caliber ChangeMakers Academy, built for $144 per square foot, saw architects, a nonprofit, and students collaborate on a vibrant color palette.
The 2,500-square-foot dwelling had “good bones” but required a new kitchen, exterior, and landscaping, as well as contemporary designs by the likes of Tom Dixon and Heath Ceramics.
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.
Our contributors comment on an event or a moment from the last year that demanded more of how we should practice, frame, and respond to design.
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.
The house, built for a couple by local firm OPA, features delightful dichotomies, includes dynamic, Turrell-like interiors.
From Rome to Kyoto, these cities have rich urban fabrics, self-assured cultural scenes, and a laid-back atmosphere.
Arup and Heller Manus Architects collaborated to install story-height viscous dampers in San Francisco's third-tallest tower.
Feldman Architecture remodeled and refreshed a 1964 dwelling in the city’s Cole Valley, clarifying its floor plan and reconnecting it to the outdoors.
From July 14 through November 4, over 30 of Judd's pieces will be featured in an exhibition titled Donald Judd: Specific Furniture.
Big Room, a temporary workplace constructed inside an airplane hangar, brings teams together by leaning into scrappy solutions and a sense of fun.
Honoring the LGBT activist, the participatory design project went above and beyond to include input from citizens.
Opening Summer 2019, the project features a 7,200-square-foot outdoor terrace for installations and sculptures.
Design plays an important role in all of Blue Bottle Coffe's 34 locations. Its latest San Francisco cafe features a pared-down aesthetic and plenty of intimate nooks.
Digital fashion retailer Everlane pulls back the curtain, both on its business model and its new headquarters.
The Norwegian firm has both re-interpreted and made explicit the relationship between artist and community, art and public, visitor and architecture.
Two hip San Francisco restaurateurs turn their focus toward sustainable fine dining.