Carpenter turned sculptor creates a whimsical world with baseball caps, rope and other washed-up junk.
Artist Scott Hove, known for his striking, cake-themed sculptures, tells KQED why he’s moving south. Read more …
Galleries in one Geary Street building forced out in favor of an expanding enterprise computing firm.
Sculptor builds tiny mobile structures that afford privacy and shelter for some of his neighbors.
By Kyung Jin Lee, Deborah Svoboda and Dan Brekke When he was in China earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown announced something that was very important to a handful of residents on a fairly obscure stretch of Oakland’s waterfront. The governor said that a Chinese real estate firm would bankroll a $1.5 billion development on […]
You may think of it as that thing that gets you to and from work every day, but others with cameras have seen something else in BART: magic in the way raindrops gather on a handrail, or a story in the way a man wears a hat. BART staff gathered this collection together in a […]
Last Friday, San Francisco Chronicle urban design writer John King visited Forum to discuss all things Bay Area design and architecture, as well as his new book, Cityscapes: San Francisco and Its Buildings. Anyone who heard the show (and if you didn’t you can listen to an archive of it here) can tell you it […]