City as collection of memories. Garage as stage and page. Words as wayfinding tools. In collaboration with our colleagues in Design and Operations, Open Space asked seven writers to pick their personal Bay Area landmarks: not the usual suspects in travelers’ guides, but the buildings, corners, natural phenomena, and social spots — some of them now gone — that make this place home. You can find the full texts here, and excerpts on floors two through eight of 147 Minna, the museum’s parking garage.
Compilations and unfurling sequences of contributions – some from our archive, some freshly assembled.