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Those who’ve encountered a sentry of massive, totem-like sculptures currently occupying San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza and pondered the objects’ meaning will soon have a chance to hear directly from the artist who made them at a dedication ceremony for the city’s new public artwork tomorrow, Thu

The arts arm of talent agency UTA (United Talent Agency) opens their new Ai Weiwei-designed gallery in Beverly Hills with a show entitled "One Shot".The show focuses on the work of the so-called "Color Field" artists -- a group that includes Robert Motherwell, Jackson Pollock, Helen Frankenthaler an

When Choice Hotels, one of the world's largest hospitality companies, launched a line of properties tailored for business travelers, skeptics may have questioned the staying power of the offshoot known as Cambria.

When you experience Shantell Martin’s work in person, or hear her speak, your life changes. You begin to think in a more complex way and see the world from a new perspective.

1. How did you get your start in design?I backed into it. I had a career in business but always designed, remodeled and/or built my own homes. There was an inflection point at which the creativity and freedom of designing homes coincided with my need for a break from the corporate world.

Have a look at this impeccable condo on the Octavia Corridor by San Francisco’s Master of Minimalism. Open on Sunday, July 15 2:30pm-4:30pm.

When designing a 2,100 square-foot home on the Stinson Lagoon in Marin County, Cass Calder Smith - Architecture + Design was eager to step outside of the traditional beach house style and create a more modern, refined residence.

Full of visual excitement, beautiful detail, and set in an impeccable landscape.

Pop-UpCampaign @ Batch  The Emeryville-based online furniture company known for its thoughtfully designed sofas, chairs, and loveseats is popping up at San Francisco’s Batch showroom for part of the summer.

Perched in a high-rise atop San Francisco’s Nob Hill, this kitchen feels like it is floating in the clouds but, prior to an extensive remodel by designer Chloe Warner of Redmond Aldrich Design, it looked like it was created for the high seas.

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