4,500 square-foot single-family home, situated in the Melrose district neighborhood, was designed to meet the economic demands of maximizing square footage while preserving indoor-outdoor living.
A project located at the base of a canyon in the Big Sur area of Northern California.
On a down-sloping wooded site in Martis Valley, this home carves a serpentine form in the topography that simultaneously provides privacy toward the street while opening towards expansive meadow and Pacific Crest mountain views beyond.
Built in 1963, the residence was designed by John Lautner.
Elvis Presley’s former home, now a showroom for the Manhattan-based gallery and design store – The Future Perfect.
The sprawling house, by Faulkner Architects, was designed as a restorative retreat for a New Yorker.
Surreal vision of California in infrared.
Sunken into a Brentwood hillside, the Barrington Residence is a geometric marvel designed by Eric Rosen Architects.
For this four-story family residence, the architects experimented with vertical circulation and crisp white materiality to create a spacious, vibrant, and geometrically engaging house.
San Francisco California is known for its foggy weather. The Fog in the bay area feels like it has a mind of its own.
Designed by Airbnb’s Environments Team with local architecture studio WRNS.
This 3,000-square-foot ultramodern home is situated in Santa Barbara’s coveted Riviera neighborhood.
No.One is an independent footwear brand borne from the converging disciplines of art, craft and technology. They hand make sneakers in Venice, California.