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SFMOMA’s New Snøhetta-Designed Staircase On Display

SFMOMA’s New Snøhetta-Designed Staircase On Display

The design for Snøhetta’s new grand staircase to rise within SFMOMA which replaces Mario Botta’s original and will serve as a bridge between the existing atrium and the museum’s 235,000 square foot expansion has been rendered and is on display. The stair spans a single rise, from the ground... Read More »

SFMOMA’s Augmented Future Reality?  There’s An App For That!

SFMOMA’s Augmented Future Reality? There’s An App For That!

The ground is about to be broken, a wall of Snøhetta-inspired cookies are about to be consumed, and the countdown to SFMOMA’s expansion and re-opening in 2016 is about to begin. And if the static renderings of what’s to come simply aren’t enough, you can now download a dynamic... Read More »

SFMOMA’s Snøhetta-Designed Expansion Has Broken Ground

SFMOMA’s Snøhetta-Designed Expansion Has Broken Ground

SFMOMA’s Snøhetta-designed 225,000-square-foot expansion officially broke ground this morning. Tomorrow, a free four-day public countdown celebration begins. And starting June 3, the museum will be under construction and closed for two and a half years. When SFMOMA reopens in early 2016, the museum’s gallery space will have more than... Read More »

Mark Di Suvero’s Sculptures Are Going Up Down On Crissy Field

Mark Di Suvero’s Sculptures Are Going Up Down On Crissy Field

While installation of the yearlong exhibition is still underway, the fences around the works won’t be removed until May 18, and the official opening isn’t until May 22, the first couple of Mark di Suvero’s works have been constructed down on Crissy Field: Presented by SFMOMA in partnership with... Read More »

SFMOMA Expansion Design: New Details, Renderings And Video

SFMOMA Expansion Design: New Details, Renderings And Video

Back in May the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) revealed the rough massings and early Snøhetta design for the expansion of the museum. Today, SFMOMA released refined designs for the building as rendered above and detailed below. The design of the interior spaces synthesizes the current Mario... Read More »

SFMOMA Expansion Comments, Responses And Simulation

SFMOMA Expansion Comments, Responses And Simulation

Comments and Responses to the Environmental Impact Report for the proposed SFMOMA expansion and Fire House One relocation to 935 Folsom Street have been published. While the law firm for KSSF Enterprises (owner of the expansion adjacent W Hotel) starts “by expressing support for the Project,” their 17... Read More »

SFMOMA Expansion, Fire Station Relocation And…Housing Project

SFMOMA Expansion, Fire Station Relocation And…Housing Project

Additional details have started to emerge with respect to the proposed SFMOMA Expansion and Fire Station Relocation project which includes an “up-to-approximately” 235,000 square foot expansion of the existing museum, the building of a new fire station at 935 Folsom, and…a new four-story residential building of up to 13... Read More »

A Million Dollar Swing In Expectations For An Artful Bolinas Design

A Million Dollar Swing In Expectations For An Artful Bolinas Design

From the Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects website with respect to 40 Mesa Road, design by William Leddy and part of SFMOMA’s permanent collection (the design not the house): This private residence for a collector of Asian Art lies at the edge of the Pacific Rim. Located on the Point... Read More »

SFMOMA Snags The Fisher Contemporary Art Collection

SFMOMA Snags The Fisher Contemporary Art Collection

After abandoning plans to build CAMP (Contemporary Art Museum Presidio) in July, the Fisher’s engaged in “hush, hush” talks with SFMOMA to expand their South of Market space (taking over San Francisco’s Fire Station No. 1 on Howard) and join collections. And while not yet in writing, it appears... Read More »

From CAMP SF To CAMFS? (Contemporary Art Museum Fire Station)

From CAMP SF To CAMFS? (Contemporary Art Museum Fire Station)

“Very hush-hush talks going on for the Museum of Modern Art to expand into San Francisco’s Fire Station No. 1 on Howard Street – with speculation that SFMOMA would use the space to house the art collection that Gap founder Donald Fisher wants to show off.” Read More »