San Francisco, home to innovative architecture and design, set to host PCBC 2011
By John Kirchner
June 21, 2011
As the building industry’s brightest thinkers and practitioners ascend upon PCBC 2011 in San Francisco, we wanted to pay homage to the city’s reputation for cutting-edge architecture and design.
PCBC is a three-day conference (June 22-24) featuring keynote speakers and seminars that tackle the building industry’s biggest upcoming challenges headlong, exploring areas like universal design, green building and the remodeling boom.
San Francisco has always been a place for forward thinking, and that’s alive in its architecture and design. So often, homes and buildings are nestled against hills and coastline, bucking tradition at every chance.
We look forward to hearing the ideas and innovations that emerge from PCBC 2011. For now, here’s a glimpse at some of our favorite San Francisco homes:
Contemporary Staircase by DUMICAN MOSEY Artchitects [Houzz]
Modern Bathroom by modern house architects [Houzz]
Traditional Dining Room by Nicole Hollis [Houzz]
Hillside House by S B Architects [Houzz]
Lovell Residence by Quezada Architecture [Houzz]