Pictured in this book are not images of celebrated architecture in the city of Berkeley. The photographs here are not of glorified university buildings in the classical style or grand homes of the wealthy in the high hills. Instead, these images focus on that which makes up most of the city's fabric - humble residences, commercial spaces, functional workplaces. By day, these buildings hum quietly as people and cars pass them by without a glance. With the cover of night, they glow as their inner radiance bursts out to form a symphony weaving through the city.
This book brings the unsung forward for anyone who cares to listen.