San Francisco architect Julie Dowling rescues dilapidated stables in Marin with mathematical precision.
SPACES - July 2017
San Francisco's Ben Frombgen designs the best seats in the house.
Solid wood, steel and glass transform a trompe l'oeil artist's warehouse home.
SPACES Editor-in-chief Zahid Sardar gives an introduction to the latest issue.
A Sausalito designer redefines tile. Again.
Celebrate the summer.
Towers in San Francisco have always been indicators of a new awakening.
Design in unlikely places.
Designers' scribbles turn into airy, elegant, witty forms.
A 20th-century sculptor's interactive art for playgrounds.
Barbara Sallick, author of The Perfect Bath and co-founder of Waterworks, brings European style to the most important room in the house.
San Francisco gallerist Francis Mill's loft is now a soapbox for midcentury art and design.
Interior designers Jeff and Tray Schlarb mix shapes, colors and textures in their midcentury sea cliff home.
A Rock-and-Roll-inflected collaboration brings color and texture to the sumptuous interior of this otherwise unassuming San Rafael craftsman.
A Napa designer debuts his best work at home, alongside a garden by Katharine Webster.
In Kentfield, a temperate Zone 17 hillside is now a lush wonderland.
In Tamil Nadu, a Vedic-style retreat is restorative by design.