Architecture could finally break out in San Francisco, where "dreams go to die"

30 April of 2016 by



When it comes to contemporary architecture, San Francisco is a stubborn town. But could change be coming at last? Proposals by high-profile architects such as OMA, Studio Gang and Foster + Partners could bring a more dramatic skyline and a transformed waterfront – if San Francisco’s notoriously persnickety planning system and pressure groups let them (+…
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