State of Style
Under banners of colorful artwork, Dan Michiels has spent two days a week for the past five years hunched over his painstakingly precise marker masterpieces.
The modest, low-slung worker's cottages of Venice are disappearing, replaced with grand houses by notable architects. This one by Patrick Tighe FAIA delivers nicely on the question "Where do we put the pool?"
Average stairs, meet the perfect DIY.
When Atlanta-based designer Chris Hardy was approached by Design Within Reach for a custom commission, he got a clear idea of what the company wanted—a series of tables that incorporated walnut, brass and a warm stone top.
The seasonal transition from spring to summer in San Francisco is evident in more than just the daily mood swings of Karl the Fog; it can be seen in the detailed art of centuries-old Japanese paintings as well.
A. Quincy Jones was one of California's most glamorous architects, designing opulent Mid-Century dwellings for the rich. He was also involved in the post-WWII social experiments that attempted to solve the housing shortage, and a house designed for the Crestwood Hills cooperative project is on the market.
Check out what's going on in the world of art and design in San Francisco!
Power on your tablets because the 8th annual San Francisco Design Week is right around the corner!
Need a reminder how solid architecture and good design can come in all shapes and sizes? Look no further than these mini abodes!
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