Category Archives: Design

Monday Morning Photo(S) Australia Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we have a project by Cumulus Studio, they have recently completed the Devil’s Corner Cellar Door and Lookout in Tasmania Australia.  The geometric building made out of shipping containers is surrounded by the Devil’s vineyard and combines a visitor’s lookout, cellar door and food vendors. The stunning views played a great […]

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Now that Summer is getting closer Condé Nast Traveler editors select the most outstanding hotel openings around the world based on design, service, amenities and location, for their annual Hot List. Here is a list of some of  the top hotels to visit this year in the USA. To see the entire Gold List click here […]

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Monday Morning Photo(S) Frank Lloyd Wright Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we take you inside Gwyneth Paltrow‘s Goop Mrkt here in San Francisco. Interior Designer Steven Volpe was in charge of the overall design of the store inside the iconic and historical building by Frank Lloyd Wright. Goop MRKT launched in the fall of 2008 out of Gwyneth Paltrow’s kitchen as a homespun […]

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ASID Graduation Party!

We invite you to join us for a graduation party next Thursday. The SFSU ASID student chapter has put together a night of fun for all Interior Design  graduates in the city. The event will be held at Urban Hardwoods from 7-10pm. Hope to see you there.    

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Outdoor Kitchen In Australia

As part of a design renovation to a small house in Sydney, Australia, architecture firm Benn+Penna designed a kitchen that flows uninterrupted from the inside of the house to the outside. The idea came in order to extend the narrow dining kitchen space to allow for entertaining and summer BBQ parties. A bench was included into the […]

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Swarm by Zaha Hadid

The Swarm “chandelier sculpture ” was designed by the one and only Zaha Hadid, as we already know Hadid is mostly known for her extraordinary, sculptural buildings that push the boundaries of engineering and technology. The Swarm is an incredible hanging sculpture located in the lobby of the Victoria and Albert museum in London, an abstracted […]

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Monday Morning Photo(S) SF MOMA Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos we take a peek inside the new SFMOMA. It’s been almost three years since the shut down their doors to go under an massive expansion, finally on May 14th we will be able to so see the incredible design by structure to exhibit the museums expanded collection. The design was […]

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Landscape Architecture in Berkeley Inspire by Light and Shadow

The owners of this home in Berkeley, California, decided to update their narrow and dated backyard and turned to Mary Barensfeld Architecture to get a fresh new outdoor space that would accommodate their family needs. The backyard is only 23’ wide and 50′ deep, however, the backyard has a 17′ elevation change, making some creative thought a must! […]

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Penthouse Apartment in Tel Aviv by Pitsou Kedem Architects

Pitsou Kedem Architects designed the interior of this penthouse apartment for an art collector in Tel Aviv, Israel. The apartment’s walls and corners are filled with the owner’s unique collection of artwork that create focal points throughout the apartment. The apartment is located on the 31st and 32nd floor of the building. The outside deck is a […]

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Monday Morning Photo(S) Dior Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we take you into the recently opened Dior boutique here in San Francisco, the multi-story building  is located in the heart of Union Square, surrounded by other luxury brands like Gucci and Saint Laurent.  The interior design was done by New York city based architect Peter Marino, who has worked […]

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