Posts by Sarah Virginia White

Among the local landmarks that simply scream San Francisco—the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay Bridge among them—Sutro Tower belongs to the city alone. The otherworldly antenna straddles the hilly divide between those of us who are fogged-in and those who are fog-free.

As a child growing up in Cleveland in the 1970s, David Scheid dreamed of living in California—a desire spurred by the palm trees and glamorous lifestyles that flickered across his television screen.

San Francisco shoe designer Martha Davis gravitates toward the unexpected. From her studio garage–cum–showroom in Hayes Valley, she carries out her vision for sculptural designs that are also supremely wearable, inventing geometrically complex heel shapes and topping them with butter-soft vachetta leather.

Koreatown is quickly moving up the list of LA's up-and-coming neighborhoods, and the recent opening of the 388-room Line Hotel at 3515 Wilshire Blvd. is only going to boost its cool quotient.

San Francisco International Airport gets another gorgeous upgrade with its renovated Terminal 3 Boarding Area E, which opens for flights today.

Photographer Todd Selby takes his raw, up-close-and-personal style of photojournalism to his five favorite Airbnb properties. Check out our peek at his images of this Venice space.

We’re auctioning off 16 custom commissions designed just for our 2013 State of the Art column (and featured in our magazine).

It is high time San Francisco had its own modernism fair, and the inaugural FOG Design + Art will satiate even the most discerning design appetites. Kicking off today and running through Jan.

Win one of these gorgeous books on design grande dame Eva Zeisel from our friends at Chronicle Books!

Bonnie Heras was raised among farmers in the Sacramento basin, but her bucolic upbringing hasn't stopped her from delving into more man-made manipulations as a metalsmith and jewelry designer.