The founders of Milan’s gorgeous Six Gallery space just created a shoppable hotel in the same 16th-century monastery.
The local chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognizes the West End and Cleveland Park libraries
The 495-square-foot apartment comprises a monochromatic plywood and pine wood interior that gives the space a tawny glow.
The exhibit features more than 125 architectural objects depicting animals and opens on April 20
Glimpse inside the new facility, housed at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
A talk in NoMa earlier this week highlighted pioneering projects that promote visual communication
The common spaces are especially satisfying, with an earthy, rusty-chic palette that designers say were inspired by the colors of Southern California.
Ergonomics, size, and construction are a few of the key things to keep in mind when buying furniture.
Scandinavian, European Arts and Crafts, and Art Nouveau movements influence Sebastopol-based Zito Schmitt Design.
- From Curbed SF
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.