Posts by Katherine Nelson

What happens when a working winery is also an architectural gem?This was the challenge faced by the new general manager of Turnbull Wine Cellars, Zoe Johns, whose family purchased the Oakville property in 1993 from the late architect William Turnbull Jr.

Check out the full story in our Spring Issue!Edge from Fireclay Tile puts an old technology to new use.

Check out the full story in the Spring issue! NEAT ON THE ROCKSWhen is a nice guy also a wise guy? At the new LA restaurant The Nice Guy, the h.wood group envisioned a clubby eatery that channeled the glamour of an old-fashioned mob hangout.

Avant-garde pioneer Ralph Pucci reflects on the evolution of his business and why California is a great place to break the rules. Check out the full story in our Spring Issue!CH+ D: Your Los Angeles showroom is coming up on its 10th anniversary in 2016.

Furniture and print maker, sculptor, and jeweler. Design great Harry Bertoia was a man of many talents, but musician?

Healdsburg has come a long way since this tiny Sonoma Valley town was once proudly known as “The Buckle of the Prune Belt.” Located a little more than one hour north of San Francisco, Healdsburg today sits at the crux of three world-class wine growing regions—the Russian River, Alexander, and Dry Cr

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