“One of the basic human requirements is the need to dwell, and one of the central human acts is the act of inhabiting, of connecting ourselves, however temporarily, with a place on the planet which belongs to us and to which we belong.” Charles Moore, School of Architecture, UCLA Having been in San Francisco for … Continue reading On (not) leaving San Francisco
I found this sign when walking around the Portrero Hill neighborhood in San Francisco. Making some tiny edits, I turned this into a sign that reflects the “passive-aggressive” nature of the city I call home now.
November 20, 2020, San Francisco
A few weeks ago, I got a chance to go up on the roof of the only high-rise buildings in the Mission District in San Francisco to enjoy the sunset. It was a beautiful evening – setting sun, perfect pinks, some fog, and a less hectic city. But what stood out for me was the … Continue reading Changing Mission