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24 new design guidelines hope to establish future look of San Francisco

“The primary goal here is to improve the predictability and consistency in the review of design qualities of the projects” The San Francisco Planning Department released a new set of guidelines last week, 24 parameters the department hopes will guide the look and feel San Francisco’s future. Categorized into three parts—site design (S), architecture (A) and public realm (P)—the tentative guidelines are as follows: S1.
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