When brothers with different styles compete over architectural details, everybody wins.
Architect Charles Debbas and designer Lane McNab transform an architectural oddity in Berkeley into a visual haven.
In San Francisco, a hilltop address is nothing without an unlimited vista.
Bold coffered ceilings and echoes of traditional boiserie lift a classic but timeworn Russian Hill pied-à-terre.
At the Oakland Museum of California, an unsung designer/artist finally gets the limelight.
Solid wood, steel and glass transform a trompe l'oeil artist's warehouse home.