Perfectly content in San Francisco, the Pfeiffers couldn't help falling in love with a charming mid-century house, across the Bay in Oakland, with stunning views, plenty of trees, and a murky past.
No piece of furniture has more aptly paved the way to connubial bliss than the love seat.
These twin sun-drenched San Diego abodes prove that two decks are better than one.
Los Angeles architect Ray Kappe built a multilevel house for his family back in 1967, and the results still resonate today.
From the deck of this waterfront house, the scenery is abuzz with Northern California wildlife–but there's not a utility bill in sight.
It may not be to Queen Anne's tastes, but 1234 Howard is true to its context.
Taking cues from the flora, fauna, and rocky cliffs of Big Sur, California, Mickey Muennig's brand of organic architecture doesn't stop with the terrain.
Magis—The Steelwood chair from Magis is a product of experience—the suppliers who punch the sheet metal for the back, which adroitly supports four legs and a beech wood seat, are among…
This “landscaped outdoor room” near Farrar Pond, Massachusetts, uses simple construction to create complex effects.
It might seem that the Post Carbon Institute casts too wide a net.
When Carlo Petrini spoke out against the opening of a McDonald’s restaurant in his native Rome, he couldn’t have guessed that he’d be heard around the world.