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World View
By Allison McCarthy | October 23, 2015

Making the move from city to suburb is never an easy one for urbane world travelers, but after seven years of living in San Francisco, tech-industry vets Richard and Laurie Hashim were ready to settle into an everyday home for their growing...

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Artful Lodging
By Cindy Hirschfeld | October 23, 2015

One of the first things you see as you enter the new 165-room luxury hotel officially named The ART, located in Denver’s Golden Triangle, is “Wall Drawing #397,” a...

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Creative Pursuits
By Maile Pingel | October 23, 2015

“My goal is to make sexy houses,” says Bradley Bayou. As the former creative director of Halston and author of the best-selling book The Science of Sexy, he’s got what it takes. Bayou was an artist before...

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State of the Art
By AnnaMaria Stephens | October 23, 2015

Perched on a canyon above the sea, the Gallery House doesn’t just frame a panorama of La Jolla’s coastline. The concrete-and-glass stunner also showcases the owners’ collection of world-class contemporary art. From...

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State of the Market
By Laura Eckstein Jones, Amanda Friedman, Meg McGuire, Maile Pingel and AnnaMaria Stephens | July 24, 2015

San Francisco
What do you call something that’s beyond luxurious, and beyond chic...

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Destination: Second Home
Produced by Beth Weitzman | Writing by Ayesha Khan | July 23, 2015

Park Lane Ala Moana
Honolulu, Hawaii

Design Appeal ...

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Italian Masters
By Patti Dickey | July 23, 2015

Neighbor to a gleaming modern skyscraper, sporting a glistening new wing and located directly across from Milan’s iconic train station, Milano Centrale (modeled after Washington, D.C.’s Union Station, and a magnificent structure in...

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Soft Landing
By Maile Pingel | July 23, 2015

“It’s a house I would love to live in,” says interior designer Birgit Klein of the Beverly Hills home she recently completed for a couple and their five children—and for whom she is also designing their nearby, not-yet-...

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It's a Mod World
By AnnaMaria Stephens | July 23, 2015

It’s the kind of place Slim Aarons would’ve photographed with gusto. Tucked away in San Diego’s tony Mission Hills neighborhood, the midcentury-modern gem feels custom-made for sun-drenched pool parties and chic...

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Open House
By Allison McCarthy | July 23, 2015

Starting a family often means upgrading to a roomier home, but such was not the case for San Francisco power couple Michael and Beatrix Seidenberg. At 5,500 square feet, the striking Pacific Heights Craftsman cottage the two bought as newlyweds in...

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Key Fixtures
By AnnaMaria Stephens | July 22, 2015

She may be one of S.D.’s most sought-after interior designers, but Jules Wilson never takes herself too seriously. “Ego is dangerous to my creativity,” says Wilson, who...

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Natural Blend
By Wendy Bowman | July 22, 2015

When Orange County-based residential developer Brad Kuish commissioned a 6,600-square-foot, two-story residence within The Strand, one of the most exclusive gated communities in Dana Point, he wanted to try something new. Most of the homes that...

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