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Airbnb Office - 999 Brannan / Airbnb Environments

© Mariko Reed © Mariko Reed © Mariko Reed © Mariko Reed + 52

San Francisco, United States
  • Architects: Airbnb Environments
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 14000.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

In Situ / Aidlin Darling Design

© Alanna Hale © Matthew Millman © Matthew Millman © Matthew Millman + 13

San Francisco, United States

Bay Area Metro Center / Perkins+Will

  • Architects: Perkins and Will
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 48774.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

Studio Dental / Montalba Architects

© Kevin Scott © Kevin Scott © Kevin Scott © Kevin Scott + 15

  • Architects: Montalba Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1800.0 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2017

Mountain Lake Park Playground / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 17

San Francisco, United States

A-to-Z House / SAW // Spiegel Aihara Workshop

© Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte + 14

San Francisco, United States

29th Street Residence / Schwartz and Architecture

© Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte + 28

San Francisco, United States

Noe Valley House / designpad architecture

© Adam Rouse © Adam Rouse © Adam Rouse © Adam Rouse + 25

San Francisco, United States

Boeddeker Park / WRNS Studio

© Matthew Milman © Matthew Milman © Matthew Milman © Matthew Milman + 13

San Francisco, United States
  • Architects: WRNS Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 4000.0 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2014

Switchback House / Edmonds + Lee Architects

Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects + 33

San Francisco, United States

Hunters View Housing Blocks 5 & 6 / Paulett Taggart Architects

© Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte + 14

San Francisco, United States

Noe Valley House / IwamotoScott Architecture

© Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte © Bruce Damonte + 31

San Francisco, United States

Aesop Jackson Square / Tacklebox Architecture

Courtesy of Aesop             Courtesy of Aesop             Courtesy of Aesop             Courtesy of Aesop             + 14

San Francisco, United States

400 Grove / Fougeron Architecture

© William Timmerman © Joe Fletcher         © William Timmerman © William Timmerman + 30

San Francisco, United States

2016 International PUARL Conference

With the successful completion of the first three International PUARL Conferences at the University of Oregon in Portland in 2009, 2011, and 2013 (in cooperation with ARUS), and the latest conference carried out in cooperation with PURPLSOC, the "World Conference on Pattern Languages" at the Danube University of Krems in Austria in the summer of 2015, the PUARL Conference Series has reached a new level of interdisciplinary involvement and a new international format and organization. The annual conferences will continue to alternate between Europe and the US covering the large and growing body of work in the emerging discipline of Regenerative Processes in our Urban Environments. We at the Portland Urban Architecture Research Laboratory are therefore pleased to announce the next conference entitled "The Regenerative City."

Jill Magid: The Proposal

The Proposal presents the climactic moment within artist Jill Magid's extended, multimedia project The Barragán Archives, which examines the legacy of Mexican architect and Pritzker Prize-winner Luis Barragán (1902–1988). The multi-year project poses piercing, radical, and pragmatic questions about the forms of power, public access, and copyright that construct artistic legacy.

Through this work, Magid asks, “What happens to an artist’s legacy when it is owned by a corporation and subject to a country’s laws where none of his architecture exists? Who can access it? Who can’t?”

In his will, Barragán split his archive into two parts. Along with the vast majority

Black Mass / Stephen Phillips Architects

© Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith © Tim Griffith + 24

San Francisco, United States

Laidley Street Residence / Michael Hennessey Architecture

© Cesar Rubio Photography © Cesar Rubio Photography © Cesar Rubio Photography © Cesar Rubio Photography + 10

San Francisco, United States