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This spectacular new home designed by Richard Swatt of Swatt-Meirs Architects– in one of the Bay Area’s most coveted zip codes– is designed to be extended-family friendly.

1. How did you two meet and become business partners? Annette Zavala: We both worked for Daen Scheiber as assistant designers and gravitated to each other's work style and aesthetics. There was a yin & yang element between us that produced great results.

Where: 355 S Mansfield Ave., Los AngelesAsking: $3,249,000What: Architectural significance takes shape through this unapologetically modern, 4-bedroom, 6-bath home that’s standing tall on Mansfield Ave.

 James Hunter, principal at The Wiseman Group, has been winning the interior design game for years. But on July 12 in San Francisco, he walked away with another distinction: As the champion of the third annual California Home+Design Designer Mix-Off.

A secluded trio of structures built for one person, this Wine Country compound is a well-considered look at the notion of a retreat. With room for guests.

                  Eggersmann opened their West Hollywood showroom to host an intimate lunch with Cosentino and California Home + Design. Guests enjoyed food prepared by Savor Organico, a private chef service that creates fine dining experiences in your home.

 If you're traveling to the midwest later this summer -- to visit family, to check out the solar eclipse on August 21st, the Chicago Architecture Biennial or the Alexander Girard exhibit at the Cranbrook Art Museum -- consider putting Exhibit Columbus on your itinerary. Located in Columbus, Indiana,

The Neolith Tiny House rolled into San Francisco last week, and it is unlike any Tiny House you've seen before. Although it isn't large, the Jeffrey Bruce Baker-designed dwelling doesn't sacrifice luxury.

1. How did you get your start in the design world?In the seventh grade, my art teacher took me to Providence, Rhode Island to get good art supplies. I saw this magazine with a picture of a four-poster canopy bed and dolls. The magazine was Architectural Digest.

OpeningHotel Californian  Now is the time to visit the otherwise sleepy beach town of Santa Barbara.

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