Since 2003, we have worked to enrich these core events and have collaborated with countless design and community partners, firms, and organizations to further creative ideas and advance the conversation surrounding our local built environment, to celebrate accomplishments, and together work towards building a more sustainable future.
There are many ways to participate in this year's Festival as we continue to bring together leading minds from around the world to share and exchange ideas as well as promote the innovation and forward-thinking that defines the San Francisco Bay Area.
Become a sponsor and support programs that celebrate San Francisco’s rich architectural and design landscape. Be part of deeper discussions with members of the public, design enthusiasts, architects, and designers.
Community Partners are integral to spreading the word about the Festival!
We'll provide you with a Festival media toolkit and more that will help amplify the message about all the things we love about architecture and design!
Spread the good news as this year's Architecture + the City Festival turns 20! View our media toolkit for suggest language and to learn more about interviewing any of the array of architects, designers, authors, and more!
We appreciate the army of volunteers who contribute their time to help us with a variety of activities to make our Festival successful. From being a docent at our annual Home Tours program or helping out at registration, there's lots to do while having fun and learning about architecture!
2023 Festival Sponsors
AIA East Bay Chapter
AIA San Mateo County
The Architect’s Newspaper
Center for Architecture + Design
Berkeley’s Center for the Built Environment
California College of the Arts (CCA)
California Historical Society
Career Connections | Facebook
City College of San Francisco (CCSF)
Cooritalia | Elementi
County of Marin
Fort Point Beer
House + House Architects
Housing Action Coalition
IES | Illuminating Engineering Society
John Lum Architecture
Make it Better Media Group
Marin Builders Association
Museum of Craft and Design
Opportunities for All, San Francisco
Perkins & Will
San Francisco Recreation & Parks
SF Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (SFNOMA)
University of the Philippines Alumni Association in America, Inc. (UPAAA)
Urban Land Institute (ULI)
Western Neighborhoods Project
The William J. Worthen Foundation
Image: Kapwa Gardens