San Francisco is famous for the colourful Victorian and Edwardian homes that line its sloped streets. In the neighbourhood oasis of Noe Valley, Redwood House, built in 1974 by respected architect Albert Lanier, was recently renovated by Studio Terpeluk to echo the city’s colourful streetscape and lively art scene.
Mounted by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s Architecture and Design department, Far Out demonstrates how applied and theoretical design has long imagined new ways for us to stake out a space for ourselves on the final frontier.
A tech-forward hybrid of casual and farm-to-table fine dining that democratizes gourmet food.
Charred octopus with heart of palm, arugula salsa verde, and cranberry relish makes a next-level special-occasion meal.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art gets a $400-million, 10-storey extension designed by Norwegian-American firm Snøhetta.
For all we know about Alcatraz, few people realize that many of its prisoners were also gardeners.
To celebrate the sparkling cityscape, the fourth annual Illuminate SF Festival of Light hosts series of events showcasing 35 installations until New Year’s Day.
Ultimately, says Eccles, “I spend a lot of time making it look like I didn’t do anything.”
FROM THE ARCHIVE: In San Francisco, a city where everyone is working on the next big thing, and with plenty of coffee houses to fuel those working minds, a tea shop on Valencia Street in the Mission district stands still amidst the buzz: the newest addition to the city’s Samovar Tea family.