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From An L.A. Pool House To Mid-Market Art

From An L.A. Pool House To Mid-Market Art

Originally conceived and drawn on a pool house in Los Angeles thirteen years ago, Wall Drawing #1012 by artist Sol Lewitt will be adapted and installed at the corner of 10th and Jessie Streets to fulfill the 1% for Public Art requirement for the new fifteen-story building at 1400... Read More »

First Peek At The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn Trinity Place

First Peek At The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn Trinity Place

With construction of the third phase of the massive “Trinity Place” development underway, a four-phase development which will total over 1,900 apartments, 60,000 square feet of commercial space, and two acres of open space across its Mid-Market site, the development team is preparing to unveil the details of its... Read More »

The Public Art To Adorn San Francisco’s First Micro-Unit Building

The Public Art To Adorn San Francisco’s First Micro-Unit Building

With the construction of Panoramic Interest’s 11-story building rising on the southwest corner of Mission and 9th Streets nearing completion, a building which includes a total of 160 market-rate units, of which 120 are “micro-units” as small as 274 square feet in size, it’s time to unveil the public art... Read More »

A Peek Inside 222 Second Street’s Public Space And Art

A Peek Inside 222 Second Street’s Public Space And Art

Already fully pre-leased to LinkedIn, Tishman Speyer’s 450,000-square-foot building rising on the southwest corner of Second and Howard will reach 26 stories in height and should be ready for occupancy in 2017. Designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners and Gensler, the glass-shingled façade of 222 Second Street will be... Read More »

Transbay Transit Center Public Art Program Video Premier

Transbay Transit Center Public Art Program Video Premier

Staring a host of plugged-in readers, the video highlighting the four large-scale pieces of art which will be woven through the architecture of San Francisco’s new Transbay Transit Center is now playing on the Transbay Joint Powers Authority’s website. In addition to pieces by Jenny Holzer and James Carpenter,... Read More »