San Francisco articles

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This is what an office designed by its employees looks like

San Francisco – What do employees actually want from their office space? The new Gusto headquarters displays a range of answers.  

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Discover the shape of creation through an otherworldly audiovisual VR experience

SAN FRANCISCO – In Morphogenesis, artists use patterns found in nature to create new audio and visual vocabularies for VR art.

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Kuth Ranieri Architects encourages a moment of respite with SonoGROTTO

SAN FRANCISCO – SonoGROTTO is a versatile installation designed to prompt communication –  from spontaneous conversation between strangers to hosting small concerts. 

Blitz has designed the interior to be a symbiosis between the requirements of the workforce and new technologies.
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Taking an angular approach to innovation for Microsoft's San Francisco office

SAN FRANCISCO – Microsoft's new Californian home has been realised by local architecture and design firm Blitz to be a symbiosis between the requirements of the workforce and new technologies.

886 Geary Gallery in San Francisco hosts Matt W. Moore's solo exhibition.
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Light and shadow activates Matt W. Moore's topographic mosaics at 886 Geary Gallery

SAN FRANCISCO – The ongoing solo exhibition SHADOVVS features the latest artworks by American designer Matt W. Moore.

The apartments are more akin to the San Francisco’s historical housing than to the original Hunters View apartment blocks built in the 40s.
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Hunters View Redevelopment by Paulett Taggart Architects

SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco-based firm Paulett Taggart Architects designed two apartment blocks in the Hunters View redevelopment scheme, which encompasses an entire neighbourhood’s worth of …

Michael Lundgren, Untitled (earth), 2009 © Michael Lundgren, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco
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New Summer Exhibitions at Fraenkel Gallery

Denizens of the West Coast art scene in the United States will no doubt be familiar with Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco.

The installation was created by Universal Everything in collaboration with journalist Simon Rogers.
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Infinity Room by Universal Everything

Installed in San Francisco’s Financial District at the 3 Embarcadero Centre for three days, the Infinity Room immersed visitors in a powerful visual narrative.

The project reframes the Northern California ranch home in a renewed suburban housing typology.
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Low/Rise House by Spiegel Aihara Workshop

SAN FRANCISCO – SAW sets itself apart from other local practices, with an ability to handle the transformative potential of built-form and integrate cross-disciplinary knowledge to a vast majority …

Studio O+A designed a new office for Cisco Meraki.
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Cisco Meraki Office by Studio O+A

Spaciousness, colour and long vistas are the guiding forces of Studio O+A’s office design for Cisco Meraki. 

Small meeting and conference areas encourage frequent collaboration.
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OpenTable by Studio O+A

Studio O+A, known for its office designs for many San Francisco-based start-ups and Internet-based companies, has added OpenTable to its portfolio.

Oranges, Box and Painting on Door, 2011, courtesy of the artist and the gallery
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John Chervinsky at Corden Potts Gallery

Art and science appear to be polar opposites for most people (one driven by emotion, the other by reason) but John Chervinsky mediates both grounds in an extremely cerebral and nuanced fashion. His …