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Remodelista at Linden Tree in SF

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Remodelista at Linden Tree in SF

May 10, 2010

Remodelista editor Sarah Lonsdale is presenting at Linden Tree in San Francisco on Wednesday, May 12, as part of the Linden Tree series, a monthly conversation on design and culture hosted by Sagan Piechota Architecture. Sarah will be discussing Japanese architecture and design with SF-based designer and creative director Matt Dick of Matocreative. The event takes place at the Sagan Piechota offices at 315 Linden Street in Hayes Valley (see photos of the space below); admission is $20 and includes wine and light fare; to RSVP, email Sagan Piechota. Doors open at 6:30 pm; the talk begins at 7:30 pm.

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Above: The Sagan Piechota offices on Linden Street with Blue Bottle coffee kiosk at street level; all architectural photography by Sharon Risedorph (except Blue Bottle, courtesy of Flickr).

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