An overview of the latest issue of SPACES.
SPACES - January 2018
This little-known San Francisco landmark is a seminal tribute to its maker.
Winter Through Spring: A Bounty
Atypical towers and modern butterfly-roof cottages at the new Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa — designed by San Francisco’s SB Architects — buck the nostalgia trend in the Cayman Islands.
A midcentury Forest Knolls tract home meets minimalist tranquility.
At Eglomisé-Atelier, the work of two Marin painters literally shines.
This office garden is one designer's living room.
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.
A pair of modernists live in harmony with nature in Sonoma County.
In San Francisco, a hilltop address is nothing without an unlimited vista.
The joys of a finely tuned balancing act.
Design in unlikely places.
At the Oakland Museum of California, an unsung designer/artist finally gets the limelight.
The small house syndrome goes upscale with dressed-up Wheelhaus trailers in tony ski resorts such as Mountainside at Northstar and a new concierge moving/storage company called Trove.
At a point when most careers peak, Sonoma arts philanthropist Steve Oliver is still building one. Bigger.
Bold coffered ceilings and echoes of traditional boiserie lift a classic but timeworn Russian Hill pied-à-terre.