Considered the crown jewel of the BART system, the Glen Park station has withstood the test of time both aesthetically and physically.
The Salvation Army’s Turk Street Center, designed by Herman Coliver Locus, is that rare building which both honors the context of an historic district and stands out as decidedly contemporary.
Levi’s Plaza, San Francisco’s most beautiful corporate estate, includes a spacious public park with streams, stepping stones and gardens, is a reminder of the civic generosity the blue jeans giant.
The Warm Springs BART Station will be the southernmost station on the original Fremont line. The site was once known for spas and resorts that took advantage of its springs. The design recalls the origin of the area.
Supposing that occasionally taking the long contemplative view is indeed a good thing, where do you stand to get one? One place where your search will be rewarded is The Long Now Foundation’s Museum and Store.
“To create a mystical place where one would be inspired to reach into oneself.” This was landscape architect Lawrence Halprin’s intent in designing a new outdoor theater for San Francisco’s Stern Grove Concert Meadow.