Posts by Abigail Stone

It’s awards season and the stars of music, television and film are celebrating at full tilt.

 If you love design, you're moved by the beauty of your environment: the way a restaurant plates their food, how the twist of a belt finishes off an outfit, the simple typeface on your favorite yoghurt. And, when you travel, you bring this finely tuned sensibility with you.

Outside, the downtown streets of San Francisco are teeming with a mix of 9-to-5ers and out-of-towners, their chatter and the honking of car horns providing a soundtrack for this Friday afternoon.

Midcentury modern style flourished in Los Angeles for good reason.

Montana is one of those places that seems to evoke an American majesty that is almost mythological. Skiing its mountains in the morning, fishing in its rushing waterways in the afternoon, hiking its trails as the shadows grow long.

The area around Melrose and Highland is quickly becoming the center of Los Angeles’ newest design district.

 Hotel Arts Barcelona’s new iLounge supports the business traveler with a sleek functional space. In partnership with Apple and modeled after an Apple Store, the space taps into the store’s familiar sleek iconography to create a workspace that feels immediately inviting to travelers far from home.

When Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick of Major Food Group which own Carbone in New York (as well as Parma, Dirty French, Santina and Sadelle's) decided to open a Las Vegas branch of their popular Italian restaurant in Las Vegas, they called on San Francisco-based interior design Ken F

Paris has always been in our hearts...even more so now.

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