SFMOMA’s “The Sea Ranch: Architecture, Environment, and Idealism” Exhibit + Unbeaten Path Tours’ On-Site Exploration

Two ways to spotlight the idyllic architectural development on the Sonoma Coast

Along California’s Highway 1, past Bodega Bay and Jenner, 100 miles north of San Francisco, the rugged coastline is at times barely visible. Along the curving road, unpainted wood homes can be spotted through the trees and meadows. This part of the Northern California coast feels both earthy and otherworldly. It is here that the Sea Ranch concept, a radical architecture experiment, aimed to become a model community …

“Glass for Good” Hand Wash


A limited edition collaboration between SFMOMA and method, the reusable crystalline Glass for Good Hand Wash features a copper-tone pump top. Accompanying the vessel, Method includes a plant-based, biodegradable violet noir fragrance soap, which they refer to as “a subtle medley of violet leaf, lavender, and cedarwood.” Most important, proceeds from sales will benefit SFMOMA’s educational initiatives.


SF’s FOG Design + Art Fair

Showing 12-15 January 2017 at SF’s Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, the FOG Design + Art fair showcases 45 fine art and design exhibitors from around the world. Bay Area galleries are well represented and organizations like SFMOMA will be conducting talks on site. A worldwide cache of contemporary art, however, is expected to define the experience—with performance art and installation work in tow. Learn more …