Architecture critic, style agnostic, photographer of things that don't move. Author of Cityscapes: San Francisco and Its Buildings (Heyday, 2011).
Note to self: "weather vanes of Parkside" is a Cityscape waiting to happen.
Nothing says "lease space in this 61-story office tower" like a Paul Kantner quote. #transbay
The skin of this new S.F. tower looks like Saranwrap and the crazy thing is, I mean that as a complement.
My vote for the world's most elegant mechanical screens -- white marble at 140 New Montgomery
FWIW, Mission Bay South, 2/2014. San Francisco's new frontier?
I cannot WAIT until these trees across from my office grow a whole lot taller.
Another reason to love @StoutBooks -- eye-candy like this is on the front display table.
My vote for S.F.'s most intriguing rooftop addition (on Clay). Anyone know the story?
This may be S.F.'s most intriguing rooftop addition. Anyone know the story?
Unexpected sight on USF campus: an homage to/knockoff of Boston City Hall. Makes me homesick!
Rem Koolhaas would LOVE this construction wall in S.F.'s Union Square. #CheesegraterChic
New mural on Noriega Street. Gawd I love the Outer Sunset #not #GoldenGlobes
A contemporary update to a Berkeley bungalow? Will wonders never cease?
Wow. Even by architecture school standards, this Sci-Arc events flyer is willfully incomprehensible.
This seasonal window at University Press Books in Berkeley is absolutely enchanting.
@vivianho gets results!
How busy is Montgomery #BART station? In the morning, work-bound commuters USE THE STAIRS!
Potrero Hill branch library: come for the books, stay for the second-floor view.
Amazing how compact this city is; when bright & clear, Lone Mountain is w/in shouting distance of Potrero Hill.
Golden Gate Bridge the best kind of icon -- just doing a job.
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