Where: Yellow Hill Retreat, MalibuAsking: $12,500,000What: The burgeoning question of “what does $12 million get you in Los Angeles” is no doubt answered in Yellow Hill Retreat.

1. How did you first get started in design, and what led you to starting your own company?I worked in visual merchandising before moving to interior design. I had a friend in New York that knew a designer looking for a design assistant. The rest, as they say, is history. 2.

An exquisite home designed by Gerard Colcord in the late '30s and seamlessly expanded in the '90s is open this Sunday, February 26 from 1:00pm-4:00pm. [Updated]

   Since establishing Urban Pacific in 2005, managing member Tom Wilson and his team have conceived and constructed more than 40 homes in the tech-centric Bay Area hub of Silicon Valley.

 February in Southern California is permeated with a festive MidCentury Modern vibe couresy of Modernism Week in Palm Springs, a ten-day celebration of the clean, functional aesthetic that gives the desert town its distinctive cool look.

Los Angeles property developers, Jonathan Nash and Jamie Davis of W One, were looking for a designer for a new project.

Palm Springs Modernism Week is officially underway. As designers, design enthusiasts, friends of design and the who’s who of the design community come together, there is no doubt that many will leave inspired and craving something new or old.

1. How did the idea for HEWN come about?In 2012, we decided to close our successful retail store, JAK Home and were plotting our next move.

Art Festival Desert X  Think of Desert X as the next wave of Burning Man-inspired site-specific outdoor art exhibits—minus the bartering and hype.

And everything in between. This stunning modern house by Coscia Day is on the market and open Sunday, February 19 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.


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