One house in the hills of Echo Park proves itself a model of adaptable architecture
From accessories and art to fabrics and furniture, the latest from the forefront of L.A.’s high style
A house redo in Santa Ynez takes its cues from the surrounding idyllic countryside
Style, spirit and taste—and premier designer Jane Hallworth—define the late Laura Ziskin’s Santa Monica home
In the realm of arts + ideas: Cleopatra reigns supreme, La Cienega spiffs up, Carroll Dunham gets his due
This month, it's design of the times, as we report from the trenches of architecture, interiors, cars and Hollywood
Harry Gessner gets his due, Mickalene Thomas explores the universe—and Pedro Guerrero shares his secrets
In a special tribute to the nuances of noir, the best of the genre weighs in on books, bad guys and weapons of choice
The confluence of art display and living area in a Westside home creates harmony between art and domesticity
Palm Springs’ new kid on the hotel block, the Saguaro, is a bright and happy place
In the realm of art and ideas: Cliff May’s home front, Rosson Crow’s climate control—and truly wearable art
On Lily Collin’s magical spell, spring fashion’s wallop of color—and the new trend seeping into cocktails
The reimagining of Beverly Hills’ Temple Emanuel is the perfect intersection of hallowed and forward thinking.
The things that unite our city can be found in all corners.
by MAYER RUS Contemporary Art Gallery 604-681-2700 / contemporaryartgallery.ca A show of 1960s work by...
A curated guide to what’s up in Vancouver: hotels, bars, art, architecture and shopping.
Just a little old place in Los Feliz for a designing couple to transform into a home.
A trio of Los Angeles designers that defies categorization and eschews trends duly rises from under the radar.
In the realm of arts + ideas.
Brothers Grimm tales, verklempt over Vermeer and L.A.'s upcoming FYF-dom.
by MAYER RUS San Francisco Museum of Modern Art / sfmoma.org The museum’s big expansion—designed...
A curated guide to what’s new in San Francisco: art, architecture, restaurants, bars and retail.
The new bridge over the river Colorado wasn’t designed as a work of art, but necessity became the mother to grandeur.
Architect Roy McMakin and garden designer Art Luna find an owner who revels in the theory that even a landmark house needs to change with the times.
Windowless, wrapped in a skin of panels and holding the collection of world’s richest man Carlos Slim Helú, Soumaya Museum brings a new kind of attraction to Mexico City.
In the realm of art and ideas: an exploration of beauty, classic films in L.A.'s classic theaters...and the dark visions of Tim Burton.
Our May issue hones in on the arts of architecture and design—two always seen but not always appreciated applications of practical magic.
In the realm of art and ideas: the annual L.A. Antiques Show, the magic of Harry Houdini...and a celebration of Alvin Ailey.
In the realm of arts and ideas—from Hedi Slimane’s design of a decade to Michael McClure’s signature growls and whispers.
In the realm of arts and ideas—from a rapper’s delight to Variations of Jane Fonda to John Waters’ vaudeville for a new generation.
With recent developments in everything from architecture to hotels to retail, there’s still no place like Gotham.
In the realm of arts and ideas, from seminal photography tomes to art shows for the generations.
One idiosyncratic getaway takes mechanics to new heights in its aim to be a home where bonding with your loved ones and your surroundings is paramount.
London’s design scene flourishes anew in endless hotels, restaurants, galleries and shops, from the toniest stretches of Mayfair to the recently fashionable Shoreditch.
Fritz Haeg will change the way we see the world, starting with the lawn and gardens right outside our windows.
Can real-estate development be a path to progressive social action? Frederick and Laurie Samitaur-Smith believe so and are proving it in Culver City.
Pierre Koenig’s modern-architecture masterpiece Case Study House No. 21 exhibits global balance with an owner who showcases Eastern art through a series of visiting installations.
Robert Stone sets his sights on the stories buildings tell, the personal and cultural iconography they manifest—and even the feelings they evoke.
Photographer Dewey Nicks’ seaside Santa Barbara home is a handsome, modern mix for a handsome, modern family.
Designers Patrick Kinmonth and Antonio Monfreda translate Missoni’s classic undulating fashion lines to its new Beverly Hills space.
Whimsy is not typically associated with serious contemporary architecture and art. But for Pae White and Tom Marble, the quality of playfulness is essential.
In the realm of arts and ideas.
From his offices in Silver Lake, Maltzan has developed one of the most groundbreaking architectural practices in the nation—an achievement that led to his being named a finalist for the 2009 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award.
Without a trademark style, architects Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee challenge the lone-draftsman romantic ideal. “Our common thread is that we try to have as much complexity in a project as possible while maintaining its coherence and directness." A winning formula indeed.
A look at the Las Vegas lives of Jenna and Michael Morton—the N9NE Group, tackling local causes and the magnificent house they built overlooking Red Rock Canyon.
Intérieurs home and garden shop in WeHo, Sally Sohn baubles, French design firm Baccarat, Don Freeman's portrait of Ted Muehling, the new Andaz West Hollywood on Sunset and more.
The Brentwood home of Nancy Heller and Fred Specktor is a kaleidoscope of aesthetic tastes and personal passions.
See photos of the refurbished Garcia House, one of John Lautner's midcentury gifts to L.A. in addition to his landmark projects like the Chemosphere and the Elrod houses.
Editor in Chief Annie Gilbar talks intimately with Gehry about his recent architecture, daily routine and plans for future work.