Aerial Photographs of San Francisco Architecture

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© aerialarchives.com aerial photograph of McKesson Plaza Tower,
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Aerial Photograph of the McKesson Plaza Tower
and the Hobart Building
Along Market Street
San Francisco, California
Image ID: AHLB4628
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One of the specialties of Aerial Archives is the creation of detailed aerial images of architecture. The aerial photography of San Francisco architecture includes the majority of the distinctive buildings and structures in San Francisco. To view thumbnails of aerial photographs showing San Francisco architecture available for immediate online license, please consult San Francisco architecture aerial photographs.

San Francisco architecture stock aerial photography contains an index additional examples of the city's architecture.

The aerial photograph of McKesson Plaza Tower in San Francisco shown above is available for immediate online license or, to obtain it optimized to your needs please contact Aerial Archives directly and reference the ID number in the caption to the photograph.

Aerial Photography of San Francisco Architecture

© aerialarchives.com aerial photograph M. H. de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park,
Fine Art Museum in San Francisco, CA
 designed by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron CA;
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Aerial photograph of M. H. de Young Museum, Fine Art Museum
designed by architects Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron and engineers Arup;
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, California
Image ID: ALHB3703
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The aerial photograph of the M. H. de Young fine art museum located in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park and designed by architects Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron and engineers Arup (principal architects Fong & Chan) shown above is available for immediate online license or, to obtain it optimized to your needs please contact Aerial Archives directly and reference the ID number in the caption to the photograph.

Aerial Photograph of Moscone West San Francisco CA

© aerialarchives.com  aerial photograph of the Moscone West San Francisco CA AHLB3662  AMJ0GP
Aerial photograph of Moscone West
designed by architects Gensler and
Michael Willis
San Francisco, California
Image ID: AHLB3380
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The aerial photograph shown above of Moscone West designed by the Genseler architectural firm is available for immediate online license, or to obtain this aerial photograph optimized to your specifications, please contact Aerial Archives directly.

To view thumbnails of aerial photographs of the Moscone Center available for immediate online license, please consult Moscone Center aerial photographs.

Aerial Photograph of the Gap Headquarters, San Francisco, CA

© aerialarchives.com  aerial photograph Gap Headquarters, San Francisco, CA AHLB3650, AFKX3R
Aerial photograph of Gap Headquarters
designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects and Gensler
San Francisco, California
Image ID: AHLB3650
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The aerial photograph of the Gap Headquarters, San Francisco, CA, designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects and Gensler shown above is available for immediate online license, or to obtain this aerial photograph optimized to your specifications, please contact Aerial Archives directly.

To view additional aerial photography of San Francisco's architecture please consult San Francisco architecture stock aerial photography.

In addition to the collection of structures, the aerial photography library also contains an extensive collection of aerial photographs of San Francisco landscape architecture, including each of the parks in the city.

San Francisco Architecture Included in the Collection of Aerial Photographs
Among the highlights of San Francisco architecture represented in the aerial photography collection are are:

333 Bush, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, architects, 1986; California Automobile Association Building; 50 California St, Welton Becket Associates, 1972; 101 California St. , Kendall/Heaton Associates, Eli Attia Architects, Johnson/Burgee Architects, 1982; 555 California St. , the former Bank of America World Headquarters at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons, P. Belluschi; 345 California Center, 345 California Street, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Chevron Tower, 555-575 Market Street, Herzka & Knowles, 1975; Citicorp Center, 1 Sanson St, Johnson, Fain & Pereia, 1984; Embarcadero Center; John Portman & Associates; 45 Fremont Center, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1978; 50 Fremont Center, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1985; Hilton San Francisco, 333 O'Farrell St., John Carl Warnecke & Associates, 1971; The Hyatt Regency Hotel, J. Portman; One Maritime Plaza; 333 Market St, Gin Wong Associates, 1979; 425 Market St, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1973; 1275 Market Street; Golden Gate Bridge, Joseph B. Strauss 1933 to 1937; McKesson Plaza, 1 Post St., Welton, Becket and Associates, 1969;; Millenium Tower, Gary Edward Handel & Associates; 44 Montgomery St., John Graham & Associates, 1967; Moscone Convention Center designed by designed by architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum and Moscone West designed by architects Gensler; Pacific Gas & Electric Building, 77 Beale Street, Herzka & Knowles, 1971; Palace of Fine Arts, 1913-15, B. Maybeck; 100 Pine Center, Herzka & Knowles, 1975; San Francisco Marriott designed by Zeidler Partnershhip Architects; San Francisco City Hall; Saint Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco, Pier Luigi Nervi, 1971; SFMOMA, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Mario Botta, 1995; Shacklee Terraces, 1 Front St., Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1979; Sony Metreon, 101 4th Street, Gary Edward Handel + Associates; Spear Tower, 1 Market St, Welton Becket Associates; Telesis Tower, 1 Montgomery St, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1982; Transamerica Pyramid, by William L. Pereira & Associates, 1969 to 1972; and the Yerba Buena Center, 1993 designed by F. Maki, F. Maki & Associates.

For additional information about the collection of San Francisco aerial photography please visit aerial photographs of San Francisco. For information about aerial photographs of San Francisco landscape architecture please visit aerial photographs of San Francisco landscape architecture.