Flats were the multi-family dwelling of choice for San Franciscans at the turn of the 20th Century. Their romantic vibe still holds, and here are three– in very different neighborhoods– open this Sunday, August 3 from 2:00pm to 4:00.

Much to the delight of Inverness locals, Luc Chamberland fulfilled a 20-year dream with the opening of Saltwater Oyster Depot.

Designed by San Francisco’s master of Minimalism, Stanley Saitowitz, 1515 15th Street brings a gleaming new look to a gritty intersection.

This Modernist extravaganza on one of Venice’s few surviving canals checks off a lot of boxes – including an elevator.

Based in San Francisco, Van Maren Concepts celebrates modern bespoke design.

San Francisco's de Young museum is the only museum in the nation to showcase this extraordinary body of modern art.

Less bedroom, more entertaining space plus luxury finishes in a renovation designed by Jean-Pierre Berthy. Open on Sunday, July 27 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Downstairs at the new Ace Hotel in LA, all is civilized. But take the elevator up 14 stories to the rooftop lounge, where the music is playing and a bar and pool await, and things really get going.

In the hands of a skilled architect and interested developers, what could have been an ordinary condominium project is exactly the opposite.

We love a designer with a propensity for black and is not afraid to use it.


Subscribe to