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10/18/2017

  “You never want to be the one to say it, but someone has to,” says architect Michael Rex, on telling a client... More»

10/18/2017

  Flip through the new coffee-table book Private Gardens of the Bay Area (out this month from the Monacelli... More»

7/12/2017

Grace Street is a small, unassuming SoMa corridor lined with rolling garage doors to accommodate deliveries, a small parking lot, some... More»

7/11/2017

When the sweeping bay views from Ana and Abdur Chowdhury’s living room windows become overwhelming (they stretch clear to Marin), a... More»

6/14/2017

Skeeter Jones is a historical preservationist who doesn’t necessarily believe that history... More»

5/16/2017

Editor’s Note: This is one of many stories about our relationship with the natural world, which San Francisco... More»

3/31/2017

  Seven months ago, Korean shipping giant Hanjin Shipping abruptly filed for bankruptcy, leaving 1,000 to 1,500 shipping containers... More»

3/20/2017

  Whip It Up Ted Boerner may be known for his sleek and colorful contemporary furniture designs, but... More»

3/8/2017

  When designer Mason St. Peter was approached about redesigning a nearly 130-year-old carriage house along the Great Highway... More»

2/1/2017

  Bert Damner grew up skiing Sugar Bowl in the 1940s, the powder-dusted early days of the now-famed ski resort. He wooed his... More»

1/24/2017

  Since the 1940s, the uninspiring concrete box of 375 Beale Street has been a perfunctory container for the necessary, rather... More»

1/11/2017

  Eight years ago, a pair of city-weary Castro dwellers purchased two and a half acres of land on top of Inverness Ridge and... More»