Simple, vernacular forms and a masterful eye for carpenter details resulted in the Howes-Kaplansky House at Pasatiempo near Santa Cruz, one of the first planned residential communities.
If you’re seeking a singular table design, the Periodic is a shining example.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission district, Aldea Home + Baby is a local haven for design addicts. The frequently changing displays offer fresh inspiration with every visit, and the broad selection includes a little something for all aesthetics.
It’s last call to enjoy Mark di Suvero’s monumentally scaled sculptures that grace Crissy Field in San Francisco. The yearlong SFMOMA exhibition comes to a close on Monday, May 26.
Not just a design store, Austere strives to become an idea incubator while playing host to design lectures, exhibitions, screenings, and more.
When it comes to sourcing vintage odds and ends to fill his unique collections, there’s no corner of the world too distant for him to explore on his quests for hidden treasures.
With great views and outdoor spaces, this late-30s bungalow got a mid-50s remodel by a noted East Bay architect and more recently, a going-over by Sogno Design Group tying the hillside structures together.
This Boston native juxtaposes history and tradition with the avant-garde to create fresh interiors that are oh-so-sophisticated.
An important exhibition at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco looks at the subtle and enduring contributions of Jews to Mid-Century Modern design in America.
This home has it all: A serene setting, knockout bay views included, and with admirable staging done by San Francisco design arbiter Ken Fulk.