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Summer FunPizza On The LawnHead over to the legendary Redwood Cellar tasting room at Charles Krug Winery, which recently won a prestigious award for architecture and landscape design.

On Saturday, August 22nd, 2015, The Drever Family Foundation will be having its annual Hotbed Gala in Tiburon benefitting nonprofit 10,000 Degrees (which provides college access programs and scholarships) and co-hosted by noneother than Sharon Stone and Joe Jonas.Every attendant is treated like a ce

If you’re looking to fold a bit of history into your visit to Vancouver, consider Skwachàys Lodge. Forging a connection to the area’s Aboriginal heritage, the hotel, atop a complex which offers affordable housing for Aboriginal people, promotes a unique model for the socially conscious traveler.

In Pasadena, there really is a place called Bungalow Heaven, and this bit of paradise is open Saturday and Sunday, August 15-16, from 2:00pm-4:00pm.

1. Who is your biggest role model?Would have to say my parents. They had such  great style and a love of design. 2. Which movie or play do you wish you could have designed the set for?A Single Man. The sets were perfection! 3.

"LEEDing The Way: Domestic Architecture For The Future" by author E. Ashley Rooney, explores over 50 homes while reflecting on the strong environmentally aware trend in both architecture and design and incorporating energy efficient choices within their scope of specified products and schemes.

Californians have a few go-to's when it comes to mini getaways and a small town tucked alongside the San Jacinto mountains is one of them. It’s Palm Springs, the one-time Old-Hollywood hangout that’s resurfaced as the ultimate weekend hideaway in recent years.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk.Posted by: Amy AzzaritoThe subway tiles that have invaded kitchen and bathrooms around the world, really did get their start in the New York City subway. The 3″x6″ ceramic tiles were designed in 1904 by George C.

This piece originally appeared on Design Milk. Posted by: Gregory Han Though tea may be the more civilized beverage, it’s the roasted bean of coffee which flows within the veins of many designers and non-designers alike.

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