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Big Terminal Energy
Pelli Clarke Pelli creates a collection of new civic nodes in San Francisco
No Free Lunches
San Francisco considers banning employee cafeterias
The initiative has not been expanded to include other businesses yet, but could potentially apply to a new 595,000-square-foot, tent-like headquarters Google, BIG, and Heatherwick Studio are planning in the city. There, designers have proactively included plans for publicly-accessible cafes and dining areas that would be shared with Google employees.The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is due to take up its proposed ban later this year.
Do It For the 'Gram
San Francisco’s Instagram-famous Color Factory is headed to New York
San Francisco’s public toilets get a futuristic redesign
Beyond Little Boxes
Here’s what to expect at Facades+AM in San Francisco this week
Plaza No More?
Another Halprin-designed plaza could be on the chopping block, this time in San Francisco
Salesforce Tower’s massive light show to permanently illuminate San Francisco’s skyline
During a test run last Wednesday, giant ballerinas could be seen dancing across a beige background over 1,000 feet in the air. The tower’s signature piece, Day for Night, will start by showing the colors of that night’s sunset, followed by constellations against the night sky until the sun rises again. While the top nine floors of the Salesforce Tower are unoccupied and were used to push the building into “tallest in San Francisco” territory, only the upper six floors will be used to stage Campbell’s installation. The remaining three will hold the required equipment and will be bathed in a strong light to form a base for the animation above. While the punctured panels could theoretically show any images, Campbell swears that his work won’t be used for advertisements or to mark holidays. San Francisco Chronicle. The developers, designers, and engineers behind Salesforce Tower will be presenting on their work at the next Facades+ conference in San Francisco, taking place on June 7.
Salesforce Tower light show. Is this new? pic.twitter.com/ClsCBcLOBH— Steve Mnich (@SteveMnich) May 16, 2018