Take a tour inside Snøhetta’s SFMOMA before it opens in May 2016

SFMOMA (Gregory Hurcomb)

SFMOMA (Gregory Hurcomb)

“The building is not static—it is designed to gracefully mature over time as life and art move forward together,” said Snøhetta’s Craig Dykers poetically wrapped up his opening remarks at the pre-launch event of their heralded new addition to the SFMOMA, which is slated to open May 14, 2016.

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On View> Architecture & Design Films showcased in San Francisco Festival

Architecture, Design, Media, On View, West
Tuesday, October 6, 2015


All month the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA) will present its Architecture & Design Films Showcase 2015 in downtown San Francisco, hailed as the West Coast’s largest showcase of architecture and design films.

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On View> SPUR exhibit tackles illegal housing in San Francisco


(Jeffrey Maeshiro)

Urbanism From Within
654 Mission Street, San Francisco
Through May 1st

There’s a little over a week left at the exhibition Urbanism From Within put on by the San Francisco Planning & Urban Renewal Association (SPUR), so head over and brace yourself for some captivating research, drawings and peep-show high-jinks along the downtown Mission corridor.

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Wrapping up CCA’s Data Clay Symposium on combining experimental form with new materials

Architecture, Dean's List, Technology, West
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Radical Craft's CNC molded "Tectonic Horizons." (Radical Craft)

Radical Craft’s CNC molded Tectonic Horizons. (Radical Craft)

With the scent of wet St. Louis clay wafting through the air, the Data Clay Symposium kicked off at CCA last weekend. Hosted by the Architecture & Fine Arts Divisions at CCA, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, and the CCA Digital Craft Lab, the event joined architects, artists, designers, makers, critics and creators to discuss and display their latest syncretic experiments and the possibilities of the seemingly disparate mediums of data (i.e. computation) and clay.

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“Creative Architecture Machines” Dissects Maker Culture at California College of the Arts

Architecture, Newsletter, West
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Mataerial's "Anti-gravity object modeling."

Mataerial’s “Anti-gravity object modeling.”

On November 2nd a group of architects, builders, students, makers, educators, inventors and designers packed in for the Creative Architecture Machines Colloquium at California College of the Arts. The talk was organized by Jason Kelly Johnson of Future Cities Lab and brought together five practices working at the intersection of fabrication, computation, and making. Johnson led off the evening with an introduction to the practices and ideas behind maker culture; waxing philosophical on digital fabrication, the ubiquity of 3D printers and the future vision of what cutting edge Architecture offices will look like, complete with their own robot arms, of course.

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Min | Day Unveiling Transformable Furniture For ICFF

East, Product, West
Friday, May 9, 2014
Min|Day Stones Collection (Min|Day)

Min|Day Stones Collection (Min|Day)

MOD, the newly-created furniture wing from San Francisco architecture firm Min | Day, will be unveiling three new pieces at ICFF next week.  By making use of the human inclinations to rearrange and reconfigure, the pieces grow through a simple geometry of addition and subtraction. All three styles utilize playfulness and improvisation to create topological terrains.  Read More

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