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SPACES - Summer / Fall 2019
An addition by architect Cary Bernstein becomes life-changing in an already lyrical setting.
From Vienna To Krakow, passions for old designs shine through amid the new works of art at Vienna Design Week.
With a lot of TLC, a ho-hum cabin and its long-neglected environs are reimagined as an idyllic retreat.
The Bay Area furniture maker approaches his work with the meditative reverence of a medieval monk.
A house with no view other than sky looks within.
Design in unlikely places.
Pablo Pardo seeks the human element in lighting design.
Marin Art & Garden Center celebrates its past while moving into the future.
Quietly agrarian and environmentally conscious luxury developments speak loudly now.
Designing sustainable and stunning guest rooms of identical measure.
For a San Francisco condominium, designer Eche Martinez highlights timeless works of beauty in a finite space.
A stylish St. Helena garden turns down the volume.
A small Glen Park house is now twice its size but retains its friendly, diminutive character.
Furniture and decor in a beautiful balancing act.
Spaces Magazine explores the the top home designs for summer.
At the 2019 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, Sausalito interior designer Susan Collins Weir’s transformation was nothing short of spectacular.
The LED light artist talks about his new light installation he created for the 1,070-foot Salesforce Tower.
In changing San Francisco, a wine bar and store with a big dash of old Europe.