Luanne Sanders Bradley is a San Francisco-based design and architecture writer. She is a community contributor to dwell.com
and is co-writing a play about a Bay Area icon who left a lasting impression on the skyline. A former West Coast Editor of Ecosalon.com writing and editing blogs about sustainable design and mindful living, Luanne has covered groundbreaking trends in urban development and planning including contributing an in-depth series for Dwell on the history of sustainable architecture and strides in the industry, interviewing William McDonough of Cradle+Cradle and other visionaries implementing energy saving projects worldwide. Recently, she was appointed board member of the Berkeley City Club Conservancy, helping to promote the "little castle" and legacy of its brilliant designer, Julia Morgan. Luanne divides her time between heavenly Half Moon Bay and downtown San Francisco and has two artistic daughters in school on the East Coast, two delightful boy dogs, an amazing husband and partner and is sometimes succeeding in the goal of re-learning the maddening game of golf.