Before she died in 2007, Linda Pace, the artist and philanthropist whose foundation created ArtPace, worked with world-renowned architect David Adjaye on plans for a clean-lined, crimson-hued building to house her extensive contemporary art collection (as befits a complex called Ruby City, Pace envisioned it in a dream). When completed in 2019, the striking structure will be the centerpiece of an arts campus extending from South Flores Street to the San Pedro Creek Culture Park. Two parts of the campus are already open: Chris Park, at 150 Camp St., a one-acre sculpture garden dedicated to (and named for) Pace’s late son; and the adjacent Studio, an auxiliary exhibition space focused on feminist works.