Posts by Lindsey Shook

The Santa Clara Valley chapter of the American Institute of Architects invite you to tour four homes in Palo Alto and Los Altos in celebration of sustainable design.  The dwellings feature cutting edge, modern, environmentally sensitive residential design with a focus on sustainability.

We invite all California-based design professionals to submit their most innovative recent project for consideration in our annual California Home+Design Awards. One winner will be selected from each of the 14 categories listed below.

We caught up with three of the California art scene’s leading women to gather their insight on the artists we should be paying close attention to. Check out the full story in our summer issue!HOLLY BAXTER, VP of Restoration Hardware Contemporary Art - GlobalFormer international art advisor and galle

Known for his structural playfulness, artist Daniel Arsham’s work pays homage to the past while making us question the future that we are leaving behind.

Triptych of Amalfi.Champagne in Capri.Considered Italy’s most scenic coastline, this desirable destination houses a number of romantic hotels, magical markets full of handmade goods, and no-frill restaurants with the freshest cuisine.

California Home + Design has gone digital! You can now read every issue on your iPad, Nexus, Galaxy Note, and more by downloading via your App Store. Through our digital editions you can find out more about our print products, features, advertisers and more, with a simple click on your tablet.

Alex Ray, founder of Five Senses Art Consultancy, worked as a photographer's assistant for both Nick Knight and Herb Ritts and as an editorial photographer, before launching Five Senses Interiors in 2002.

Summer is here and we want to see how you celebrate the Solstice in style.  Instagram a photo of your outdoor entertaining space and tag us @cahomeanddesign with #ShareMySummer. On July 1st, our editors will select their favorite entry.

LA has long been celebrated for its star-studded culture, palm trees, and almost perfect weather. It is a place where in a typical day, a local can squeeze in a high-profile lunch, perhaps a rooftop sunbathing session, then finish the day with a film opening.

Now in its 38th year, the 2015 San Francisco Showcase House has once again left us grinning from ear to ear. The vibrant colors, rich textures, and fearless mixture of prints give this year's dynamic class of Bay Area design talent bragging rights for years to come.