For developers offering homes at the very high end of the market, a dedicated home theater is a distinguishing amenity.
Author: Lydia Lee
David Fletcher is transforming San Francisco, one landscape at a time.
Architect Jeanne Gang is bringing her soaring vision to the San Francisco skyline.
Architect Charles Hemminger has tastefully shaped some of San Francisco's leading restaurants.
Says the client, "I told them that I wanted the design to be minimal but not conventional—that it needed to be dynamic, fluid, quiet and spacious—and that I am not a fan of symmetry."
Designer Charles de Lisle brings curated style to a high-in-the-sky condominium.
They are there to help with everything from putting grocery deliveries into the fridge to getting a last-minute gift.
The four bedroom home is located just steps away from shops, cafes and restaurants.
PeopleSoft founder David Duffield spent seven years on the design and construction of this dream home.
The top floor features a sweeping view of the Bay and Alcatraz.
Emerging Voices Award honoree Min | Day Architects are stepping into the national spotlight.
The dwelling has three levels of entertaining space in the clocktower.
This home is no stranger to the spotlight.
Developed by Jay Paul Company, 181 Fremont’s interiors were conceived by the internationally-renowned architect and designer.
The 8,400-square-foot home sleekly blends stone and wood with the crispness of steel and clarity of glass.
The panorama stretches across Stewart's Cove beyond to Point Lobos in the distance.
The national LEED certification program continues to be the most recognized benchmark of 'greenness.'
The group of 11 townhomes and six single-family residences were designed by renowned architecture firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
Designed by David Brenner of Mission-based Habitat Horticulture, SFMOMA's vertical garden transforms the third-floor terrace into an urban oasis.
An infinity-edge pool, majestic stone fireplace, and mini-vineyard give this Contra Costa County home a resort ambiance.
The stately seven-bedroom residence is set on an acre of landscaped grounds and features a tennis court.
10 row houses and 4 penthouses are available at the most anticipated new development in the whole city, the Pacific.