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The Surfacing Revolution

It goes without saying that Thomas Keller, chef at the iconic French Laundry, knows kitchens. After all, he holds multiple three-star Michelin ratings, and he’s the only United States chef with the honor.  Read More...

The Agenda: Converso Modern, Donald Judd “Specific Furniture,” and Napa The Nobu Way

ShowroomConverso ModernRare furniture and decorative arts dealer Lawrence Converso has been showcasing his finds since 1993, originally in Chicago and then in Manhattan. Now, he’s finally made the move West with a 2,200-square-foot showroom on Beverly Boulevard in the former Lawson-Fenning space.  Read More...

Open Studios: The Fearless Flower

Floral design is commonly associated with Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, weddings and funerals. However, Los Angeles-based artist Sarah Lineberger sees the craft differently.  Read More...

From Pitch to Press

           Join us at Porcelanosa in West Hollywood on June 28 for the "From Pitch to Press" discussion, where Nick May and an all-star panel of designers including Roxy Sowlaty, David Dalton, Jeanne Chung, and Lori Gilder will discuss how to get the right press for your work. To attend, RSVP HERE!   Read More...

Remembering Wendell Castle by Oliver M. Furth

A couple of years ago, I was invited to design a public installation in Beverly Hills.  Read More...

2018 Design Award for Residential Efficient Design: KAA Design

Like many architects, I think about solving the housing crisis,” says Grant Kirkpatrick, founding partner at KAA Design in Los Angeles. His idea: Make prefab housing easier and greener.  Read More...

2018 Design Award for Residential Interior Design: Nicole Hollis

For some projects, every element seems to come together to create something remarkable. For this home, it was a trifecta of a scenic site, an amazing art collection and the right team. As with most great projects, it starts with the site.  Read More...

2018 Design Award Winner for Restaurant Design: Wildhawk by Jay Jeffers

When tasked with overhauling one of San Francisco’s most iconic watering holes, Jay Jeffers and his team asked themselves, “What would Lola want?” Formerly known as the Lexington Club, the new restaurant and bar is called Wildhawk, which inspired Jeffers to seek inspiration from the historic San Fra  Read More...

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