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12/26/2012

AS A RETIRED VIRGIN AMERICA AIRLINE EXEC, Fred Reid knows a thing or two about a bird’s-eye view. Though he already had a sprawling home (designed by... More»

10/16/2012

Space-cramped city dwellers, aspirational decorators, and design Pinners take note: This Saturday, you can... More»

10/19/2011

It all started back in 1971, when the famous French songwriter Maxime Le Forestier, inspired by the blue Victorian at 3841 18th Street, composed the song... More»

11/22/2013

1. Marlow (Polk Gulch) 1800 Van Ness Ave. A breath of like on the avenue... More»

7/11/2012

Long before gas hit the $4-a-gallon mark, the most serious environ­mental­ists around here were already driving Priuses. Similarly... More»

4/18/2012

Imagine you’re a novelist, a poet, a playwright, a composer. You’ve been handpicked by a jury of... More»

2/6/2012

 Strange but true: At the same time that many smaller, cash-strapped museums have been forced to close, major arts institutions seem to be in the... More»

12/16/2011

In August San Francisco featured a magnificent rendering, of what is essentially a... More»

11/23/2011

For two bright architects who throw around expressions like “geometric disturbance,” “formal energy of space,” and “post-... More»

10/19/2011

You could say that Healdsburg artist Quinn Scheibal channeled the late, great San Francisco interior designer John Dickinson when he made his new concrete-... More»

4/23/2010

Three years ago, at a two-day retreat in the Presidio, San Francisco architect Craig Hartman appeared before a crowd of urban-planning types at a... More»

12/28/2007

Contemporary The best of right now Limn “I go to Limn to get an overview of what’s happening in furniture and design. The... More»