Posts by Dara Kerr

An extensive exhibition of Edwards work titled “Suburban Dreams” opens at the Oakland Museum of California this weekend.

When most people think of San Francisco architecture they imagine ornate wood Victorians standing several stories high, not the cottage-like cookie-cutter homes that blanket the city’s western neighborhoods. However, it’s looking like that could change.

It’s hard to imagine a Frenchman being able to capture the true feel of California but photographer Guillaume Grasset has pulled off this feat. Grasset's photos show the diversity, beauty, and intrigue of our big state.

You don’t have to cash a check to gaze at the inside of the historic former Bank of Italy headquarters in San Francisco.

Internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal is installing the world’s largest light sculpture in honor of the 75th anniversary of the bridge.

West Hollywood’s new public library is going to be the site of an extensive one-day art installation and performance showcase this weekend with the first annual “Queer Pop-Up Art Village.”

Ligne Roset is trying an experiment. What if it took its massive modernized furniture showroom in San Francisco and converted it into a stylized bar with music and haute cocktails three nights a week?

San Francisco’s biggest festival in architecture and design kicked off this month and the American Institute of Architects is hosting scores of events to celebrate – from home tours to workshops to lectures.

The first thing people see as they approach London’s Victoria & Albert Museum is a dazzling canopy draped over the buildings front steps.

There’s no doubt about it, Oakland is on the up and up. Long considered San Francisco’s kid sister, this city is quickly coming into its own. And, it’s also got an esthetic all its own. 

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