We recently snapped some shots of SF Moma’s $610 million expansion project. In the rear of the existing 29 year building, a gaping hole exists where contractors will connect the future 10 story concrete structure. Peering over border construction fencing, we noticed a cavern filled with steel vertical support pillars surrounded by rebar and concrete walls. Webcor Builders, EHHD Architects and Snohetta are primary contributors to the project’s development and architecture. The white wavy design patterns of the new 235,000 sq. foot building are a severe contrast to the existing building’s blocky brick stance. Regardless, compared to other similar museums such as New York’s Moma, the new building’s added space and high terraces will be a welcome addition to modern art enthusiasts. The rolling completion date is now set to early 2016.