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  • A combination of indirect light and modern pendants help turn an outmoded commercial building into urban apartments.

    huntsman architectural group's renovation of the landmark at Grant Avenue, one of the first office-to-residential conversions in San Francisco's central business district, stands as a testament to lighting's ability to alter an existing space for alternative uses. Designed by Coxhead and Coxhead...

  • Residential Reincarnation

    A combination of indirect light and modern pendants help turn an outmoded commercial building into urban apartments.

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  • Moody's KMV Offices, San Francisco

    When Moody's, a Manhattan-based investment firm, acquired KMV, a San Francisco-based credit-risk-management technology company, it needed a headquarters capable of integrating the two corporate cultures and an increased number of employees.

  • Perfect Harmony

    Environmental awareness comes naturally to many Californians. as does an awareness of one's neighbors-especially in Marin County, the prestigious area across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, where property values are high, views of nearby mountains and the San Francisco Bay are...

  • Perfect Harmony

    Environmental awareness comes naturally to many Californians. as does an awareness of one's neighbors-especially in Marin County, the prestigious area across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco, where property values are high, views of nearby mountains and the San Francisco Bay are...

  • Lightbox | Darkbox

    Situated next to and slightly under an elevated freeway on the border between San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood and burgeoning Yerba Buena arts district, the RayKo Photo Center is a study in darkness and light. A recognized Bay Area institution, established in 1991, the Center combines...

  • Fighting For The Future

    San Francisco - After a decade of solid progress in improving management and redeveloping their most distressed properties, public housing authorities (PHAs) face a new crisis, according to a roundtable discussion convened by Affordable Housing Finance magazine.

  • Fighting For The Future

    San Francisco - After a decade of solid progress in improving management and redeveloping their most distressed properties, public housing authorities (PHAs) face a new crisis, according to a roundtable discussion convened by Affordable Housing Finance magazine.

  • No Soldier Left Behind

    An estimated 200,000 veterans are homeless on any given night in America. One of them was Robert Scott Sr., who lived in a San Francisco alley for years.