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7/7/2015

  Ask a dozen San Franciscans to name the most indispensable structures in the city, and you’ll get a dozen predictable answers. The... More»

6/25/2015

  In 1949, it was a lone home on a hill, with sweeping views overlooking the Presidio. The first residential project by famed Bay Area... More»

A Yeti in Sheep's Clothing
12/26/2014

  This glass-walled home may look elegant, but don’t be fooled: It’s a beast. Perched atop Crow’s Nest Peak... More»

12/5/2014

  Two years ago, famed architect Frank Gehry dismissively called San Francisco a town where people “preserve old things... More»

Evan Shively
12/3/2014

  Navigate a series of dusty farmland roads winding through the cow-dotted countryside near Marshall in West Marin, hang a... More»

8/4/2014

  July brings San Francisco magazine's annual Restaurant issue, so it's no surprise that the most read stories of the month... More»

san francisco city skyline
7/23/2014

  Love it or hate it, San Francisco architecture has always been all over the place in terms of design. And when polled, it turns out San... More»

7/19/2014

  Douglas Burnham of the design firm Envelope A+D is locally considered the godfather of dark Victorians. These days, you’ll spot them... More»

7/11/2014

  San Francisco's starchitecture spree continues unabated,... More»

7/8/2014

  At this 160-acre ranch outside Petaluma, which had lain fallow for over 30 years, architect Eric Haesloop of Turnbull... More»

Nico (left), six, and Winter Libeson, eight, play in their home's carport turned
7/1/2014

  Faced with a side yard consisting of a cracked concrete slab, most city dwellers might cut their losses and rejoice in the... More»