July 8th, 2012
When people think about a city known for technology in California, the first thought stop tends to be San Jose. Its quite logical, considerating that it is the largest city within SIlicon Valley, housing some of the most major tech HQs – Adobe, Cisco, Ebay, HP, and IBM… and those are just some of the major names there.
San Francisco is catching up though, and I was once again reminded of that as I read this little article by SF Gate:
With new industry, comes new demands and needs. It is no wonder that the advancement of tech industry will directly influence commercial design, architecture planning, urban structure.