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Fougeron Architecture: Opposition/Composition with a foreword by Hitoshi Abe presents the breadth of work accomplished by Anne Fougeron's renowned San Francisco firm. Her bold modernist designs span a wide range of scale and budget--from single-family residences to affordable multifamily housing; from commercial and civic projects to health care facilities. In minimalist, light-filled, sculptural buildings, she puts invention to the service of community, not architectural theory. Fougeron works at the intersection of conflicting forces: old and new; public and private; rough and refined; urban and natural beauty. This tension animates her architecture, inspiring a humane modernism that investigates cultural oppositions. Her aim is not facile harmony of space and structure. She directly engages design with complex social and political questions of the 21st century to fill gaps, heal inequities, and enhance modern life.