A sobering study shows how life in the Golden State continues to get too expensive.
"The World of Charles and Ray Eames" is an in-depth and personal look at the designers as told through more than 380 items.
This classic San Francisco structure goes through a sweeping renovation, but history is preserved.
Automated coffee bars might be coming to an office, airport, or college campus near you.
Field Architecture crafted a gorgeous modern home of concrete, steel, cedar, and glass.
A San Francisco couple shows how to turn your home into a smart one—in a relatively painless and potentially kind of fun way.
Trump capped state tax deductions at $10,000, but the Golden State has a plan
The Bay Area craze for revamping Eichler homes continues with this considerate renovation in Diamond Heights.
All of the main changes were intended to create an open, modern living space that highlights the panoramic view of the city and beyond.
California’s DMV just shut down Uber’s autonomous vehicle pilot, but not because of the technology.
The wacky tech office is a post-millennium cliche. So it should come as no surprise that Dropbox’s new San Francisco HQ has such odd-ball features as a basement karaoke bar, floating balls of moss, and a room covered in Delft-inspired tile.
A tech writer and housing policy advocate talks to us about race, class, and the region’s entrenched housing inequality.
Coming off a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year, AutoCamhas completed its second Airstream glamping resort just north of San Francisco. The site opened for business this month with 24 custom Airstream trailers and 10 luxury tents
Conceived as a plinth and a pavilion, the home features bedrooms on the lower level and a completely indoor-outdoor dining and living pavilion that opens up onto the deck and swimming pool.
Restricting the supply of new homes doesn’t deter wealthy arrivals, it just prices out less-wealthy locals.
At once a challenging site and a scenic perch, the hills of Mill Valley, California serve as the backdrop for this stunning new modern house. Taking over three stories, the 4,000-square-foot home comes off as an expansive modern treehouse.
Zumper, an apartment rental startup, has released its latest National Rent Report ranking the median rent of a one-bedroom home in the 100 largest U.S. cities.
Masterminded by Bay Area firm Terry & Terry Architecture, the new office for Hybrid Design is a revamp of a 100-year-old building with a spiffy new second level courtesy of the firm.
Midcentury Bay Area architect Violeta Autumn worked closely with eccentric modernist Bruce Goff, but the home and office she designed for herself comes infused with her own sensibilities. Take a look.
Designed by Bay Area studio Kennerly Architecture and Planning, the building encompasses a townhouse and two two-story apartments.
And it's a lot nicer than you'd think.
Mario Botta, the original architect of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, has teamed up with French crystal powerhouse Lalique to create Géo, a limited edition series of architectural vases.
Counterfactual city planning, missed opportunities, and a floating stadium
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various cities across the U.S. This week, in light of National Bike Month, we're hitting up SF, Boston, and other bike-friendly places in the U.S.
The new Snøhetta-designed SFMOMA doesn't open until May 14th, but you can catch a glimpse of the spectacular expansion by clicking through to our favorite Instagrams.
As San Francisco real estate prices continue to go through the roof, the nearby city of Oakland is turning into a red-hot market of its own. Not so surprisingly, there's some serious house-flipping action going on. Here's one impressive example.
That's one way to pretend you don't have roommates.
With commercial, civic, and residential projects seeing completion in the last 12 months, it has been a big year for IwamotoScott Architecture.