Open Sunday: A Victorian condo in Pacific Heights with a no-holds-barred remodel by the partners in Green Couch Design and in SOMA, an austere 3-level townhouse condo by Adele Naudé Santos, elegantly recalling the neighborhood's original warehouses.
Don't be thrown off by the tidy baby-blue house cantilevered off of University of California, San Diego's Jacobs Hall, a hulking concrete building that's the complete antithesis of its preciously crafted newest addition.
Sunday night’s Mad Men fifth season finale ended on a sultry note with Nancy Sinatra singing the title track of the fifth James Bond film, You Only Live Twice. While we can’t be sure, we’d like to think that the scene was, in fact, Mad Men creator Matt Weiner’s nod to the original Mr. Suave.
After a week-long celebration filled with lectures, workshops and events San Francisco Design Week is sadly coming to a close. Luckily for you, this means that Arkitektura’s Design Assembly is hosting a closing celebration and you all are invited!
Blue skies may be calling, but there are plenty of reasons to stay indoors this month in Los Angeles. Check out our can't-miss art shows to catch before they close this summer.
Set sail for San Francisco’s Randall Museum, where local artist Charles Sowers’ latest work is causing heads to spin. Funded by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Windswept is a 20-foot-high by 35-foot-wide permanent installation made up of more than 600 freely rotating directional arrows.
It’s been more than eight years since San Francisco-based artist Mary Button Durrell has exhibited her unique paper sculptures. This month, she returns with Flash: New Works by Mary Button Durell at SF’s La Boutique, a contemporary gallery-cum-shop in Jackson Square.
Los Angeles is full of vast, stucco condo buildings— few of which are especially interesting. Here are three recent projects open this weekend really worth a look.
Summer is upon us, providing perfect weather to go outside, explore wine regions, discover hidden gems and treasures and celebrate our icons.