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Heath Ceramics

Worth a visit, this stunning new home has soaring interior spaces and perfect interior details, hiding behind an austere facade. Open on Sunday, August 14 from 2:00PM-5:00PM.

Asking $3M, this composition of polygons in redwood, Douglas fir, and glass by one of the Bay Area’s best Mid-Century architects is on the market. Open this Sunday from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.

Sure, Black Friday is coming up and all sorts of stores will be hosting discounts and deals to die for, but this is what we truly wait for all year.

"Design in Time" marks Catherine Bailey and Robin Petravic’s 10th anniversary as co-owners of Heath Ceramics and takes place simultaneously in both the San Francisco and Los Angeles showrooms.

Last year Heath Ceramics sold gorgeous limited edition ceramic canisters with black American walnut wood lids.  They were a collaboration between renowned potter Alma Allen, Heath Ceramics Director Adam Silverman, design firm Commune, and Heath Ceramics.  This past weekend in Los Angeles, Heath unveiled a new collection of one-of-a-kind pieces from the same talented group.

The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is the design and architecture branch of the Smithsonian. So, that alone makes them something of a big friggin’ deal.

Get in on the Bay Area Bauhaus debate for a chance to win two tickets to AIA SF's Home Tours.

The San Francisco Ferry Building has become something of a pleasure den catering to the unique fetishes and cult-like cravings of the NorCal urbanite:

What is the point of a tea towel, exactly? If you've got to wipe something up, wouldn't it make sense to use something that's actually absorbent, like a dish towel? I've always been perplexed by this, and therefore my home remains decidedly tea towel–free.