- Oct 16, 2006
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I’m sure the whole state will subsidize the damage costs. Along with shareholders.
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https://www.aiasf.org/page/25BuildingsActually, San Francisco has been far behind the curve when it comes to architecture for decades. It's odd to think that would be the case when the city was such a center of creativity for music, art, design, film, etc. for so long. But, how many significant, architecturally speaking, buildings have been built in SF since the the mid 1900's. Moma is about as close to one that I can think of. Everything else is pretty utilitarian with, at best, a little window dressing.