From the desert we return to one of my favorite spots in San Francisco, Embarcadero Center.
The Pyramid framed by Embarcadero Center buildings and overhead trolly bus lines.
I almost feel like I’m walking on that facade.
A former bank building in San Leandro, California, with some amazing modernist designs.
Fountain and facade on the east side of Maritime Plaza, downtown San Francisco.
The beautifully modernist Hyatt Regency at Embarcadero Center, San Francisco.
Radio tower atop “Communications Hill” in San Jose, California.
Angular architecture at Hudson Yards in Manhattan. Taken in summer 2017.
This building on Polk Street has long intrigued me. It feels very out of place style-wise with a more 1960s modern-tropical vibe compared to its more “classic San Francisco” surroundings. It houses some Asian businesses and otherwise seems vacant. I personally like both modernist angles and its dissonance.
Through this window at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the city itself becomes a work of art. The partial reflections add texture.
If you haven’t already done so, please check out Part 1 of our report from the newly renovated MoMA.