Posts by Sarah Virginia White
On a remote slice of the California coastline, a founding vision is still thriving 50 years later.
If you're looking for the Swiss Army knife of stools, you're in luck. The new SR Ranger Stool from Los Angeles' Scout Regalia is a wizardly combination of useful features—in our world, that means that it's not only multifunctional, but that it's also a hot piece of design.
Ron Radziner, cofounder of Los Angeles architecture firm Marmol Radziner, sees his company’s 5,000-square-foot metal shop—housed in a wooden-truss industrial warehouse south of downtown—as just one more piece of heavy artillery in his design-and-fabrication arsenal.
Paul Foeckler’s artistic awakening occurred at the woodpile.
At this weekend's American Craft Council show at Fort Mason, I discovered the work of artist Kris Marubayashi, an Sacramento-based ceramicist who creates highly textured, detailed sculptures in inky black clay.
Part of the joy of living in California is waking up to a hot day and deciding, on the spot, that I need to head to the nearest swimming hole.
With a mass of black geometric shapes and a flash of heavy metal, the Welles lighting collection from Montreal-based design duo Gabriel Scott made a splash at this year's ICFF.
Inspired by his travels to Chile, Bolivia and Peru (to name just a few favorite outposts), the Jiun Ho Collection IV captures the landscape and culture of South America.
Nothing breathes new life into your bedroom like a fresh set of linens, and having just indulged in an expansive California King-sized mattress, I’m in the mood to splurge on some amazing sheets to complete my new space.
Amid the craziness that is ICFF, I stopped by the 100xbtr booth for a little dose of calm, where founders William Rollins and Brendan Sowersby chilled out and showed off their newest designs.