San Francisco Arts Commission Brings Provocative Political Art To City Hall

Those who’ve encountered a sentry of massive, totem-like sculptures currently occupying San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza and pondered the objects’ meaning will soon have a chance to hear directly from the artist who made them at a dedication ceremony for the city’s new public artwork tomorrow, Thu  Else>>>

San Francisco Gears Up For October's Fall Art & Antiques Show

October may feel light-years away, but based on previous experience (see: every year that's ever come before this one), summer will be over in a snap and fall festivities will be upon us any second.  Else>>>

15 Minutes with Shantell Martin

When you experience Shantell Martin’s work in person, or hear her speak, your life changes. You begin to think in a more complex way and see the world from a new perspective.  Else>>>

Modern Lagoon

When designing a 2,100 square-foot home on the Stinson Lagoon in Marin County, Cass Calder Smith - Architecture + Design was eager to step outside of the traditional beach house style and create a more modern, refined residence.  Else>>>

The Agenda: Campaign Pop-Up, David Hockney, and The French Laundry

Pop-UpCampaign @ Batch  The Emeryville-based online furniture company known for its thoughtfully designed sofas, chairs, and loveseats is popping up at San Francisco’s Batch showroom for part of the summer.  Else>>>

Kitchen in the Clouds

Perched in a high-rise atop San Francisco’s Nob Hill, this kitchen feels like it is floating in the clouds but, prior to an extensive remodel by designer Chloe Warner of Redmond Aldrich Design, it looked like it was created for the high seas.  Else>>>

Save the Date: LifeSpa Wellness Discussion

                  Join Andreas Dornbracht, thietkequancafe+Design and a panel of industry experts as we continue to explore luxury bathroom and spa design for a healthy well-being.DATE: Tuesday, July 17TIME: Welcome Cocktails at 6PM, Discussion at 6:30PMPANELISTS:Andreas Dornbracht, Dornbracht Group  Else>>>

Framing the View

It’s not uncommon for new buildings to be inspired by what already exists on a site.  Else>>>


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