Posts by Michelle Konstantinovsky

There's no greater fantasy than stepping inside your favorite fictional universe, and for fans of the Emmy-award winning Prime Original series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, that fantasy has become a reality — through December 8.

Late last year, the closure of San Francisco's Eastside West left a glaring vacancy in one vertice of the infamous Marina Triangle.

1. How did you get your start in design?After a major remodel of my own home and deciding that my kids' fashion company was no longer making me happy every day, I decided to pivot my creative juices in a new direction.

2019 may seem far off in the future, but it's already time to snatch up tickets for the FOG Design+Art's Fair's sixth edition, taking place at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, January 17-20.

 1. How did you get your start in design?Looking back, I suppose I was always interested in design, but with a twist. My doll house was totally decked out, for a family of trolls. Creating environments, from forts to haunted houses, was how I would always spend my time as a kid.

History buffs and hospitality design connoisseurs have a new must-see San Francisco travel destination: Joie de Vivre Hotels’ The Marker.

Almost 15 years ago, art historian and curator Robert Flynn Johnson attended a vintage paper fair in Concord, California and came across a series bordello scenes shot by photographer William I. Goldman.

1. How did you get your start in design and architecture? It all started with Lego, and some crayons and paper. I was four or five. I liked to make things, to create things, to dream things.

The abstract concept of "Los Angeles" conjures up all sorts of mental imagery for non-locals: marathon spending sprees on Rodeo Drive, sunsets over the Santa Monica Pier, unexpected run-ins with A-list celebrities at overpriced juice shops, etc.

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