From garden to table.
SPACES - January 2017
Finding wonders in unlikely places.
Globes, cool curves and familiar bent forms to counter sharp edges and shiny polished steel.
How decommissioned Bay Area military bases became the first to garrison creativity.
This San Francisco sculptor has found a way to make something positive from the remains of the city’s construction boom.
With a few elegant moves, Sausalito designer Martin Kobus gave a tired Belvedere kitchen and living space a much-needed face-lift.
"SPACES" Editor-in-Chief provides an overview of changes.
Readers respond to the Summer/Fall 2016 issue of "SPACES" (previously Marin at Home)
An exhibition celebrating the Summer of Love links hippies to DIY architecture and tech innovation in the Bay Area.
A Bay Area craftsman’s low-relief impasto techniques elevate gypsum, clay, slaked lime and marble aggregate to the level of art.
When Airbnb executives wanted someone to provide a better and more consistent experience for users of the service, they naturally turned to Chip Conley.
A San Francisco hideout, whose spare, art-filled interior opens to spectacular views, a tiered garden and decks, is designed for living inside and out.
A creative couple's Sausalito house has one overriding design feature: the natural canvas of the Marin landscape.
Figurative artist Christopher Brown sketched himself a dream home and then built it.
With smoked mirrors, architect William Duff transformed a modest barn in Napa into a luminous sculpture.
A painter's prized collection of Baroque relics offers grand gestures at every turn inside this light-filled San Rafael home.
Fun infuses this garden of pathways, ramps and mounds that doubles as land art and exhibition space for sculpture.
Overlooking the Sea of Cortez, home to whale sharks, dolphins and sea turtles, the town of La Paz, Mexico, has a distinctive outpost that lifts the architectural bar.