Posts by Abigail Stone

Founded 28 years ago as an art magazine, Frieze has morphed into a worldwide event, with art fairs in London and New York. Now, with its arrival in Los Angeles, the first Frieze LA cements the City of Angels as a player on the world’s art stage.

In the interest of promoting French design around the work, VIA (Valorisation de l'Innovation dans l'Ameublement) unveiled le FD 100 on January 16th.

Desert X, the biannual art installation in the desert, knits together the romance of a road trip with the excitement of a treasure hunt. Its second itineration, which runs from Saturday, February 9th through Sunday April 21st, expands its ambition.

It was only a little over five years ago that Hem  came to our attention.

Clint Nicholas and Lene Schneider of Haus of Design are known for creating luxurious, understated homes.

A spec home would seem to be a designer's dream. There’s no client to please and the only limits are budget and imagination. But, as interior designer Trip Haenisch explains, referring to the home he created in conjunction with developer John Saca and architect C. J.

It's no secret that the historic Los Angeles district of West Adams is hot. Boosted by the construction of the Expo Line, one of city's oldest neighborhoods is experiencing a rebirth.

Vanessa Alexander formulates a stunning compound that defines Malibu’s legendary casual elegancePeople often view Malibu as a coastal version of Beverly Hills. But the reality couldn’t be further from that vision.

Have you been down to ROW DTLA yet?

Because of its size and the way it's designed, with cars being the primary mode of transporation, Los Angeles can be a lonely city for newcomers.