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Every year Meg Touborg and Keith Granet, co-founders of the Leaders of Design Council, spend countless hours plotting a conference for the world’s top designers and architects.

 Join us for the grand opening of the first-ever Franke Design Boutique – a festive celebration with dueling chefs, hand-crafted cocktails, and more.On Wednesday, November 29, Franke – Europe’s leading luxury plumbing brand – will bring a new retail experience to the Bay Area with the opening of its

Sensitively updated, this handsome 1966 residence features both privacy and views. Asking $4.3M.

In 1906, a man named W.E. Sloan had a good idea that, 111 years later, impacts the lives of millions of Americans on a daily basis. To put it simply, Sloan came up with a better way to flush a toilet, and he called it the Royal Flushometer.

1. You and your brother Casey were raised in a family of artists. How did your dad (a high-end custom home builder) in particular influence your professional passion?As a kid, I loved going to his job sites.

Here's a secret about Los Angeles: the cool factor of many restaurants is that they are hard to find or in unexpected places, like mini malls, hotels, facing an auto body shop, carved out of a former church or at the end of an alley.

A restaurant should do two things: leave you feeling full and happy. With a robust food scene, many L.A. restaurants can do both, but some have a way of doing it better than others. If you want to go somewhere you feel comfortable and familiar.

Living the good life– in a sublimely simple farmhouse designed by famed architect Howard Backen and interior designer Erin Martin.

The 2017 WestEdge Design Fair held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica was once again a great success.

1. How did you both meet and what inspired the decision to launch Stewart-Schafer?James and I met at a mutual friend’s barbeque in New York and we began dating shortly after.

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