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1. How did you get your start in design?My cousin is also an interior designer who participated in the 2012 decorator showcase. I visited her and toured showcase, and saw interior design as a real career for the first time.

A couple of years ago, I was invited to design a public installation in Beverly Hills.

Like many architects, I think about solving the housing crisis,” says Grant Kirkpatrick, founding partner at KAA Design in Los Angeles. His idea: Make prefab housing easier and greener.

For some projects, every element seems to come together to create something remarkable. For this home, it was a trifecta of a scenic site, an amazing art collection and the right team. As with most great projects, it starts with the site.

When tasked with overhauling one of San Francisco’s most iconic watering holes, Jay Jeffers and his team asked themselves, “What would Lola want?” Formerly known as the Lexington Club, the new restaurant and bar is called Wildhawk, which inspired Jeffers to seek inspiration from the historic San Fra

Designer Christopher Miniello packs a lot of fabulous into three levels.

For interior designer Grant K. Gibson, principal at Grant K. Gibson Interior Design and author of the forthcoming book The Curated Home: A Fresh Take on Tradition, traveling to India has been a lifelong dream. After years of planning, he recently made the journey.

1. How did growing up in Poland influence your perspective on design?I grew up during communism, and the stores did not have any unique clothes. So I began picking out my own fabrics, designing my own clothes, and having them made.I also grew up in a small apartment.

The grand opening of Lido House, part of the Autograph Collection Hotels by Marriott International and developed by R.D. Olson Development, celebrates the casual yet sophisticated style of Southern California that is sure to attract Newport Beach’s locals and visitors alike.

OpeningTina Frey Designs Bayview Studio The San Francisco-based design company known for its clean, minimalist designs in resin has just moved into a roomy new 7,500-square-foot space in the up-and-coming Bayview neighborhood.

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