Live out your Post + Beam fantasies in this classic beauty.

1. How did you first get started in design?I was originally working as personal trainer and decided I needed a different trade and went back to school. As a student, I also took a job at a lighting store and then onto an Ethan Allen Furniture store to support myself.

In the best possible way, with handsome co-working spaces off the lobby that get you out of the house but not as far as the office.

It takes a lot to make an impresssion at the San Francisco Decorater Showcase, the annual event that features the transformation of a home by some of the Bay Area's best design pros. Geddes Ulinskas Architects made a statement with boldly textured walls and an innovative use of materials.

The renovated ’60s home is as warm, intelligent and witty as its owner.

1. How did you two meet and what motivated the decision to found Martinkovic Milford Architects? Justin: I founded the company in the depth of the 2001 recession. I was 25. I had leads for a couple of projects, and I was just ambitious enough and just naïve enough to strike out on my own.

FairArt Los Angeles ContemporaryThe New Year kicks off again in 2018 with a smattering of art fairs, and L.A. closes the month with the ninth annual Art Los Angeles Contemporary, showing work from galleries around the globe. Expect a strong emphasis on local L.A.

In Half Moon Bay, global construction methods that look to the future instead of the past in a design by Nomos RED.

Designed by Richard Harrison and built in 1957, originally decorated by Arthur Elrod, this desert compound was preserved and expanded by its owner/architect.

On January 11, DECASO and R&Company hosted light bites over conversation in celebration of the Fog Design+Art fair, with contemporary artists Simon Haas, Rogan Gregory and Kelly Lamb. Simon Haas, Kelly Lamb, Evan Snyderman of R&CompanyDan Burns and Adele Cuningham of Nicole Hollis Interior D


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