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3/17/2014

There’s a reason that more people don’t have a glass observation deck attached to their home. It’s awe inspiring, it’s... More»

An arrangement by Jay Jeffers
3/10/2014

Some equate high design with clean lines and stark decor. Not so for local interior designer Jay Jeffers, who releases his first coffee-... More»

Oxgut furniture
1/22/2014

LauraLe Wunsch was raised in Clintonville, Wisconsin, a town whose main industry is building fire trucks. Her first San Francisco job was at Engine Company... More»

1/13/2014

One need only survey San Francisco’s Jenga-like crop of impending high-rises to glean that space is a scarce commodity here. So when... More»

1/8/2014

How do you double the size of a historic Victorian while preserving its facade? “Mole-hole it,” says designer Lauren Geremia,... More»

Jay Nelson's tree house.
12/27/2013

On weekends, you can often spot Jay Nelson tooling around town ... More»

12/3/2013

Every morning, Airbnb's 200 local employees face the enviable option of working from one of eight exotic locales. There's a Balinese single... More»

10/2/2013

When overhauling early 20th-century homes in San Francisco, the first steps typically involve knocking down walls, punching out skylights, and otherwise... More»

9/27/2013

“The key word here,” says architect David Yama, “is disco.” It’s an unusual admission from a designer best known for creating... More»

9/24/2013

With its macaron-colored single-family homes and flats, the Inner Richmond isn’t known for daring feats of architecture. Nor is it synonymous with new... More»

9/20/2013

Kathy Sloan, a retired builder, and Mike Moser, an artist, had been living in their secluded Mill Valley home for 14 years when Grandpa prompted them to... More»

8/1/2013

The American Craft Council’s annual show is known less for cutting-edge... More»