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12/27/2013

On weekends, you can often spot Jay Nelson tooling around town ... More»

12/3/2013

Every morning, Airbnb's 200 local employees face the enviable option of working from one of eight exotic locales. There's a Balinese single... More»

9/24/2013

With its macaron-colored single-family homes and flats, the Inner Richmond isn’t known for daring feats of architecture. Nor is it synonymous with new... More»

9/20/2013

Kathy Sloan, a retired builder, and Mike Moser, an artist, had been living in their secluded Mill Valley home for 14 years when Grandpa prompted them to... More»

6/19/2013

Narrow. Crowded. Dark. When Jonathan Feldman of Feldman Architecture first saw this home—yes, this one—those were the... More»

5/20/2013

Two San Francisco–based design firms were among the 10 winners of the... More»

4/17/2013

Jay Nelson doesn’t just want you to look at his art pieces—he wants you to clamber into... More»

4/9/2013

Not every 21st-century exec wants an office littered with Ping-Pong tables, bocce courts, and napping nooks. In this city of startups, there's something... More»

4/8/2013

Zero. Zilch. Nada. The buzziest new Bay Area homes aren't envied for their Kim and Kanye-like excess. Instead, their cool factor lies in what's lacking.... More»

4/5/2013

Pacific Heights architecture firm Turnbull Griffin Haesloop is known for pulling off deft... More»

4/4/2013

After forfeiting its original Union Square location in 2010 to rising rents and then pop-up hopping throughout the city, the... More»

3/29/2013

Green-construction firm Cree Building developed its New Age–sounding ... More»