The house, which retains the renowned architect’s original spirit and volumes, has been otherwise meticulously restored by Studio Tim Campbell. Open on Sunday, May 7 from 2:0pm-5:00pm.

On April 20, The NeoClassicists of the Southern California Institute for Classical Architecture & Art co-hosted a lively Design Night with Neptune Glassworks at their converted warehouse located in the Los Angeles Arts District; not far from Downtown.

This icon of the Post + Beam Style was originally designed by architect Thomas Dismukes in 1971 and updated by architect Barbara Bestor about a decade ago.

1. What was the inspiration for starting BaBoo?BaBoo is inspired by a decided interior taste that represents a well traveled, affluent lifestyle that San Francisco, is (was) really missing.

Sleek and updated, this 1987 home by architect Steven Hill is open Sunday, April 30 from 2:00pm-5:00pm, plus Saturday, May 6 from 1:00pm-4:00pm and Sunday, May 7 from 2:00pm-5:00pm.

Mexico City’s Fernando de Haro has already made a name for himself in the architecture world and his latest Baja California-based project is stirring up international buzz.

Flowers and chocolates are nice, but nothing says "thank you for putting up with me through those teenage years" like a beautiful brunch. This Mother's Day, treat mom to a special spread at one of these high-design spots that offer up visually stunning views to go along with your midday meal. 1.

 Where: 222 20th Street Santa Monica Asking: $7,795,000What: Bringing traditional East Coast architectural charm to Santa Monica, this Ken Ungar designed home is a coveted piece of real estate for a multitude of reasons.

It’s a big year for the San Francisco Decorator Showcase, the 40th. In honor of the program’s ruby anniversary, they have a jewel of a house: 2698 Pacific Avenue, a Classical Revival mansion on the corner of Pacific Avenue and Scott Street.

A 14-acre estate set in preserved grazing lands, this rustic compound only seems remote.


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