Tripled In Size, SF Museum Of Modern Art Reopens After 3-Year RenovationThe San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopened Saturday after a three-year, $610 million expansion.
Peninsula's Quirky 'Flintstone' House Hits Market For $4.2 MillionIt's a home pulled from the Stone Age and now eager onlookers can put a bid in to buy it.
30-Acre Green Roof Over Cupertino Would Be World's LargestA South Bay developer is reimagining an outdated Cupertino mall by building the world's largest green roof on top of it.
Experts: Berkeley Balcony Collapse ‘Shouldn’t Have Happened’A construction & premises safety expert weighs in on the deadly Berkeley balcony collapse and the potential factors that could have contributed to the structure's failure when at least 13 people plunged when it gave way.
Hovering Homes? Bay Area Tech Company Files Patent To 'Float' Buildings During Earthquakes, FloodsA Bay Area company responsible for creating what could be the first functioning hoverboard thinks it now has a way to keep a building from moving during a major earthquake with the very same technology.
Researchers At UC Berkeley Create 'Bloom' -- First Ever 3-D Printed Cement Structure That Stands 9 Feet TallIts being hailed as an three-dimensional architectural first, a feat that takes printing from the prehistoric days of paper and toner into the Jetsonian age. Its name is 'Bloom.'
Revised Golden State Warriors' San Francisco Arena Plan UnveiledAfter the original design raised eyebrows and even some comparisons to a toilet bowl, the Golden State Warriors unveiled revised plans for their future San Francisco arena.
Examining San Francisco's Future With The Largest-Ever 3D-Printed Model Unveiled this week, the model covers over 115 blocks of the Financial and South of Market districts, including landmarks like AT&T Park, the Ferry Building and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Phil Matier: Architecture Aims To Keep Homeless Away From San Francisco BuildingsSome people may call it cold or harsh, but building planners in San Francisco and across the Bay Area have employed several new design tactics to keep the homeless away.
Preservationists Accuse San Jose Of Neglecting Historical HomesPreservationists in San Jose say the city isn't doing enough to protect historic structures. The criticism follows a fire last week that heavily damaged a house that belonged to one of the city's pioneer families.
Hidden Gems In San Francisco's Financial District
Eye On The Bay: Bay Area Architecture - 8/15/11