EOTB presents a look at the most significant trends in Bay Area architecture.  From the adobe Missions to the Victorians, from the Arts and Crafts movement to the Eichlers, we’ll show off the most beautiful homes and buildings around the bay.

The Victorian Alliance


Gina Centoni


Jason Allen-Rouman


John Klopf
, Architect and Eichler Expert

John King
, Architecture Critic for SF Chronicle

An Architectural Guidebook to San Francisco and the Bay Area

By, Susan Dinkelspiel Cerny
Gibbs Smith Publisher

David Weinstein
, Architectural Historian

Hanna House at Stanford


John Klopf, Architect and Eichler Expert

Comments (3)
  1. Laura Jones says:

    Hi. The website for Hanna House is not the current official site. Please redirect to hannahousetours.stanford.edu


  2. frank doherty says:

    The Palace of Fine Arts was designed by Bernard Maybeck, who took his inspiration from Roman and Greek architecture[4] in designing what was essentially a fictional ruin from another time.

    The “Eye on the Bay” stated Polk as the designer.
    Eye On The Bay: Bay Area Architecture – 10/18/10

    frank d.

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