Posts by Bryan Anthony

Two years ago, with a winery to manage and a baby on the way, April Gargiulo didn’t have time to walk a designer through the reimagining of her high-rise apartment in SoMa.

The concept behind San Francisco's Contemporary Jewish Museum's latest exhibition, "Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought," was inspired by a commandment in the Torah that forbids the wanton destruction of trees.

Renowned Italian tile maker Bisazza has brought out the big guns for its new bathroom furniture line, Bisazza Bagno.

This weekend marks the debut of two of the summer's most highly-anticipated art shows hitting the scene. Plus, if you're looking for an exhibit with more scenic views, we've got a pick for you.

The Afterimage desks created by South Korean design firm Bomi Park made a splash at this year's DMY Berlin and left audiences rubbing their eyes in disbelief. The furniture collection made of wire grid appears to change and transform when viewed from different angles.

The ancient craft of stone carving is alive and well in a rambling hodgepodge of outbuildings along a gritty shoreline in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood.

The son of a carpenter, furniture designer Jory Brigham has been working with chisels and planes for as long as he can remember. Today, 15 years after opening his own studio in San Luis Obispo, his passion for the craft has only grown.

With typical color options ranging from army green to Day-Glo orange, tents don't often offer many avenues for self-expression. But the designers at FieldCandy are literally altering the landscape.

Obsessed with fabulously chunky Bakelite accessories? Get ready to spend big. This Sunday, West Hollywood's Bonhams 1793 will auction off an impressive collection of stylish and whimsical Bakelite and Lucite jewelry.

Since being named “Best New Dance” in 2010 by 7x7, San Francisco's Post:Ballet has been on a tear. Now, they're bringing their unique style of dance to the San Francisco International Arts Festival.

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