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Art Deco San Francisco: The Architecture of Timothy Pflueger

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The Castro Theatre, the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Headquarters, 450 Sutter Medico-Dental Buildingthesemasterpieces of San Francisco's Art Deco heritage are the work of one man: Timothy Pflueger. An immigrant's sonwith only a grade-school education, Pflueger began practicing architecture after San Francisco's 1906 earthquake. While his contemporaries looked to Beaux-A ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published September 3rd 2008 by Princeton Architectural Press
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The peninsula city of San Francisco is one of the most stunning architectural destinations in the United States. The gorgeous man-made, technological wonder of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges link the city to Marin County to the north and Oakland and Berkeley to the east. But San Francisco proper, with its sprawling uphill and downhill streets, quaint neighborhoods and trademark cable cars, has alw
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If you live in the Bay Area and have even a passing interest in architecture, this book is highly recommended.
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