Trinity Place, a newly completed complex of 1,900 apartments in San Francisco’s perpetually troubled Mid-Market district, is a place of extremes.
It’s a bewildering yet alluring sculpture garden, and a case study in how politics shapes the urban landscape. Four interlocking slabs that delimit the community and two spacious squares that invite it. The architecture manages to be overwhelming and subtle at the same time.
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