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Los Angeles' famous Wattles Mansion, a mission revival estate built in 1908, will host its second annual Designer Showcase, to be unveiled March 22nd and open to the public March 23rd-April 16th, 2017.

A brick and timber classic, this beautifully renovated unit in an historic condominium building is fresh to the market this week.

1. How did you and Annette start ArtHaus and what was the motivation behind it?  JB: Picture it; San Francisco, 1996. We were co-directing Martin Lawrence Gallery’s flag ship location in Union Square. It was my day off. I phoned Annette and asked her to meet me at the Red Room.

Designed by architect Rebecca Binder of Binder Architects, the minimalist structure wears a subtle, contiguous mural by Nancy Monk and Randy West. Open on Sunday January 8 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

Art Fair  The L.A. Art ShowGallerists, designers, curators, and collectors, listen up. L.A.’s premier art fair kicks off 2017 with 150,000 square feet of exhibition space featuring more than 90 galleries.

It's officially Awards Season. Are you ready? From this Sunday's Golden Globes all the way to the Academy Awards February 26, you'll want to be glued to your television screen for all the memorable red carpet moments, heartfelt speeches, and (fingers crossed) cringe-worthy fashion disasters.

Where: 1174 Hillcrest Road, Beverly HillsAsking: $30,000,000A little less conversation, a little more down to business.

With architect Bobby McAlpine, designer/developer Rena Gleason spent over a decade creating one of the Wine Country’s exceptional estates. It’s on the market for $21.5M

1. Who is your biggest role model? The great minds of the mid-century modern movement - who have introduced a whole new philosophy of design, production and use. Depending on the pieces we create, we often find inspiration through the works of such greats as Calder, Aalto, Prouvé, to name a few. 2.

Three listings this past year that somehow evoked a deep personal connection.

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