Yes, there is a neighborhood in San Francisco called Sherwood Forest, and this slightly mad fantasy is perfect for you and your merry men, seven dwarves, or private Renfair Open on Sunday, February 16 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.
Their design partnership started when Jemy Massie and Emily Ellis were young moms trying to map out their professional futures. “We actually considered nursing school,” says Ellis.
Waterfalls are the most soothing influences that feed our soul and help us relax, relieve tensions that result from our busy, hectic lives, and provide a lovely backdrop for meditation.
Christopher won the 2014 CH+D Award for Emerging Designer (Architecture)
A CH+D Awards Gala is never complete without a photobooth pitstop. Check out your snapshots and download them in various sizes!
“I was looking to do a very minimal table that still had a dynamic form to it,” says San Francisco–based furniture and accessories designer Ted Boerner of the impetus behind Thicket, his collection of spare, glass-topped metal tables that have been drawing raves for their glamorous lines since debuting in September 2013.
As a child growing up in Cleveland in the 1970s, David Scheid dreamed of living in California—a desire spurred by the palm trees and glamorous lifestyles that flickered across his television screen.
“It’s purely emotional—like love at first sight,” says Kelly Wearstler, wistfully.
Congratulations to our talented and deserving CH+D Awards winners! Keep an eye on our House Tours as the stellar designs go up online.
San Francisco shoe designer Martha Davis gravitates toward the unexpected. From her studio garage–cum–showroom in Hayes Valley, she carries out her vision for sculptural designs that are also supremely wearable, inventing geometrically complex heel shapes and topping them with butter-soft vachetta leather.