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Community outreach and collaboration are significant elements of AIASF’s mission. Our resources page contains a wealth of information on Bay Area organizations that can help you learn more architecture and design, as well as local and national historic resources.
25 BUILDINGS TO SEE IN SAN FRANCISCO
From modern skyscrapers to venerable Victorians, AIA San Francisco’s official list is a comprehensive overview of architecturally significant structures.
CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL LANDMARKS IN SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY
A list of State Historical Landmarks for San Francisco County.
Docomomo is devoted to the documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighborhoods of the modern movement.
NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
The Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation.
SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM & HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Focused on preserving, interpreting, and presenting the historical heritage of San Francisco, from its variegated natural history to its lively human history.
SAN FRANCISCO HERITAGE
San Francisco Heritage encourages appreciation of the built environment and understanding of the value of preserving significant San Francisco architecture.
SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY AND HISTORY CENTER
Contains a research collection of books, newspapers and magazines, photographs, maps, posters, archives and manuscript collections documenting San Francisco life and history. The Center is also the official archives for the City and County of San Francisco.
THE CONSUMER'S GUIDE TO HIRING AN ARCHITECT
Working with an architect helps ensure that your project is designed properly. The California Architects Board (CAB) protects the welfare of the public by ensuring the professional performance of those architects licensed to practice in the state. The Board produced this guide to hiring an architect to help with the sometimes complex and technical nature of architectural services.
UC BERKELEY COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN ARCHIVES
The Environmental Design Library is one of the premier architecture, landscape architecture, and city/regional planning libraries in North America.