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It's no secret that we are in love with everything from The Future Perfect, including the latest bedroom collection by Pinch, on display at the Future Perfect's newly expanded San Francisco gallery, The Complex.

Craig Ellwood’s sublime pavilion, built in 1958 and recently restored.

Entering Downtown’s Los Angeles Athletic Club feels like stepping back to a much more glamorous time.

A favorite material of artists ranging from Joseph Beuys and Robert Morris to Kiki Smith and Andrea Zittel, felted wool captivates with its sculptural properties and sensual hand.

In Napa, a town known for its concentration of 19th century Victorians and rustic farmhouses, the 2,050 square foot Telesis House stands out as the only post-World War II home with Cultural Landmark status.

When Ruby Skye and Slide, the sometimes-loved, sometimes-loathed San Francisco concert and club venues closed their doors last year, music fans began buzzing about their potential replacements.

1. How did you get your start in architecture?I knew I wanted to be an architect when I was six or seven.  I really enjoyed playing with blocks and when I found out there was a job that would allow me to play with blocks all day long, I thought, this is good.

Warm woods and space for books inspire the contemplative life. Open on Sunday, June 10 from 2:00-5:00pm.

The backyard designed by John and Danielle Steuernagel of Sculpt Gardens gives new meaning to the term “groundbreaking.” It’s filled with stunning elements, but to get there the team had to excavate 450 cubic yards of dirt from a steep San Francisco lot.

Approaching the design for the offices of a brand with a long-standing history comes with its own unique and potentially dangerous set of pitfalls. “It would have been easy for us to kind of lean on the history of Fender.

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