To me, this modernist home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco represents the height of “California Cool” of the 1950s and 1960s (even if it was probably built more recently). It stood out from the more conservative brick-and-stone mansions to either side.
A study in geometry and texture at Lafayette Park in San Francisco.
There aren’t a lot of examples of Brutalism in this architecturally conservative city, but the exception seems to be medical centers. This one of several medical buildings with Brutalist facades. The photo was taken on a rather dreary and rainy day.
Underneath train tracks in the Point Morris section of the Bronx. You can see a different rendering of the scene in this earlier post.
Walking underneath the I-280 elevated structures in Mission Bay, San Francisco.
Big cat crossing sign at the Bronx Zoo 😸
Mary Street, a small alley in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco. Tempest is a local bar visible in the middle of the image. More in the comments section.
The 96th Street station on the new 2nd Avenue Subway line in New York’s Upper East Side.
The Bronx County Courthouse in the Bronx in New York City. It’s an imposing structure, but with lots of Art Deco details that align it with many of the nearby apartment buildings along the Grand Concourse.