Architect John Funk helped make famous the second "Bay Region Style" of architecture, which combined the openness and clarity
of the International Style with the regional traditions of use of local materials and a sensitivity to the landscape. The
Funk Collection spans the years 1929-1988 and includes drawings, photographs, student work, clippings, and project files.
The project records include manuscript files, drawings, specifications, and photographs of projects designed by Funk between
1937 and 1985.
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the