A 1,400-space parking garage in San Francisco uses stucco in surprising new ways. The building, designed by WRNS Studio at a cost of $34 million, treats each outside wall as a gallery display, with beveled and angled facades that look like abstract installations. "We thought a little bit of poetic levity was in order," says designer Bryan Shiles. "The white stucco lets us grab light and play with light and shadows."
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