California’s office tower (W)rapper is named after its wrapping steel exoskeleton, which provides support to the 16-story building. The building is not significant just for its appearance, but also for its sustainability features.
A mixed-use development, 1180 Fourth Street, uses design to fight the criticism levied against its new Mission Bay south neighborhood—stating it lacks social heterogeneity, charm, and character prevalent in the rest of San Francisco.
With more than half a century’s worth of history, the renowned Psychology Tower at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has undergone a renovation to improve its seismic resiliency and update its program spaces for the modern time.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently announced a grant of $400 million for California to seismically upgrade the Golden Gate Bridge, and ease the traffic congestion on it.
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