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    A Northern California remodel maximizes both sight lines and views.

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  • Exhibit: 'The Utopian Impulse'

    A new San Francisco exhibit showcases Buckminster Fuller's projects as well as Bay Area projects inspired by him. Through July 29.

  • Profile: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop

    The title of residential architect’s July 2003 cover story on Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects, “Light on the Land,” alluded to the site-sensitive nature of the Northern California firm’s work. Nine years later, it seems even more appropriate, as the firm has delved deeper into the realm of...

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  • Prominent Women in Architecture Interviews

    Architect Mark English launched his blog, The Architect’s Take, several months ago. A big concern on his mind was the lack of women in his profession, so he asked several prominent female architects who started their own firms to impart their views and advice.

  • A Modern Hearth

    Clean lines plus hand-hewn details make for a beautiful place to cook.

  • Profile: Turnbull Griffin Haesloop

    The title of residential architect’s July 2003 cover story on Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects, “Light on the Land,” alluded to the site-sensitive nature of the Northern California firm’s work. Nine years later, it seems even more appropriate, as the firm has delved deeper into the realm of...

  • Pro Bono Publico

    David Baker of David Baker + Partners Architects discusses finding common ground.

  • Walker Warner Architects' office occupies a 1920s San Francisco building

    The office of Walker Warner Architects occupies a San Francisco landmark with a rich architectural heritage.