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San Francisco's certainly seen its fair share of change over recent years (was there really ever a time when jackhammers didn't provide the city's daily soundtrack?).

Franke, the world’s leading stainless steel kitchen sink manufacturer and a leading name in kitchen faucets, has opened a new retail experience in the California Bay Area.

Hanging over a canyon, this c.1955 pied-a-terre was completely remodeled to make it one with the view. Open on Sunday, December 10 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.

We love books any time of year but we indulge in coffee table books in the winter. There’s something about a coffee table book that feels luxurious and indulgent. And when it's dark and deary outside, their evocative words and glossy photographs encourage us to dream.

On November 29, 2018 textile manufacturer Alcantara hosted 'A Ride into Lifyestyle' at the Peterson Automotive Museum in L.A..

Designed by by the architect Lutah Maria Riggs in 1930, beautifully renovated and set in a mature landscape.

1. How did you get your start in the design world?Birth….lol. No seriously when I was 17 living in South Florida, I befriended Julio Iglesias’ ex-girlfriend in a club.

This classically rough-hewn Venice house is full of details in polished concrete and blackened steel and has a hidden pool house. Open on Sunday, December 3, 1:00pm-4:00pm.

LectureShaping Environments: Nate Cormier You’re just in time for the last talk in A+D Museum’s landscape lecture series. Up this week is Nate Cormier, principal landscape architect at L.A.’s Rios Clementi Hale Studios.

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