When the Loma Prieta Earthquake hit San Francisco in 1989, the plant you are about to see in the photos was shut down. It had previously served as storage for grain that was brought in by train and then shipped out by boat for export. It is now a piece of art that looks normal during the day but reveals its wonders at night!
The San Francisco waterfront is currently undergoing major construction and renovation to make it more welcoming to visitors.
The art on the silos at Pier 90, Bayview Rise, was created by Haddad/Drugan and is supposed to stay in place for a minimum of five years. Feel free to click on the link to their website to understand the 3-dimensional nature of this piece of art. Here is another website you can go to for more info on the project.
I did my best to try to capture it, but it was really windy both times I went, making it hard to have nice reflections in the water.