John King is the San Francisco Chronicle’s urban design critic, a beat that covers architecture, planning, and related issues in the Bay Area — from the design of major towers to the cultural impact of everything from concert halls to parklets. He has two weekly columns: “Cityscape” on Sundays focuses on individual buildings, while the “Place” column on Wednesdays explores the local landscape from a variety of perspectives. King joined the Chronicle in 1992 and spent time in the paper’s bureau at San Francisco City Hall and as a suburban columnist before creating his current post in 2001. His book, “Cityscapes: San Francisco and Its Buildings,” was published in 2011; a second volume is scheduled.
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