A dose of what's happening in the Golden State the next couple of weeks.

The Post & Beam Style changed the look of Los Angeles' residential design after WWII, and architect Richard Dornan was one of its most skilled practitioners. This house he designed in the late '50s– since then, extensively renovated– is open on Sunday, June 22 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

Wine, dine, and design near the food capital of France.

Designer Sean Gaston and Bee Renovated give a classic '50s Post & Beam a new look. Open on Sunday, June 25 from 2:00pm to 4:30pm.

In a large, sun-drenched raw loft you can explore design and indulge in the experience of moving from object to object. From the handbags to the furniture, everything takes on a sculptural quality and serves as art.

This beautifully scaled waterfront house has grand details – plus a dock for your boat – in a compact package.

The picturesque Painted Ladies at San Francisco's Alamo Square Park have inspired their fair share of artistic expression (especially if you count the Full House opening credits among them), but our newest fave is from Texas-based leatherworker Julia Gabriel.

Basically a new house behind the Edwardian facade, this "Passive" Pacific Heights residence is a technological dream that takes physical well-being as its core value.

Downtown creatives have a new place to get their Warby Parker sunglasses for summer. The two brands collaborated to create a unique shopping experience in the downtown arts district.

The LA-based modern Scandinavian design haven, Huset, offers a selection that's both clever and lively.


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