This month's Design Spot features great items to add to your home, as well as learning about architecture in San Francisco and Berkeley.
SPACES - July 2016
Editor-in-Chief of Marin At Home, Zahid Sardar, shares what you'll find in this midyear issue, celebrating indoor/outdoor homes across the North Bay.
Inspired by a love of old-time villages and community, Jim Rosenfield reimagines and refines a local shopping mall.
Here's who contributed to the midyear issue of Marin At Home.
Secrets beyond guidebooks and our editors’ best picks of restaurants, stores and hideouts.
In West Marin, a legacy of design and ideas continues.
San Francisco architect Julie Dowling transforms a quirky 1960s ocean-side cottage into a modern lookout to live in year-round.
Following Charles Eames’ adage that “eventually everything connects — people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality,” we celebrate some remarkable modern designs that feature imaginative juxtapositions of materials, poetic conjunctions and creative joinery.
Former ballerina Marika Sakellariou adds renovation and expansion of her modernist home in Corte Madera to her long list of accomplishments.
The Hyde Street Pier and Maritime National Historic Park offer a fascinating before-the-bridges look at an important time in Bay Area transportation history.
In Tiburon, Blasen's lush hardscapes and shaded lanais have come of age.
Architect Ross Anderson brings the high life to rural Napa Valley.
A Swedish matriarch's midcentury-style compound near Healdsburg is a multigenerational playground rooted in the landscape.
Readers respond to the premiere issue of Marin At Home.
Transforming a Belvedere entry courtyard into a modern living space.
More than just another Italian hill town, this reborn romantic village is a design and culinary adventure.
Interior designer Ingrid Ternynck updates a classic Victorian with a preservationist's heart.
A library full of design books and record albums competes with vertiginous views of San Francisco Bay.