Extensively renovated by Shubin Donaldson, this 1949 gem by Kenneth Lind is a paragon of indoor-outdoor California living.

Recently, when Lindsay Meyer walked a journalist through Batch, the immersive, shoppable new showroom she founded in San Francisco, she was calm, confident and witty. But three years ago, her overriding feeling was one of concern as she faced aggressive, unremitting sexual harassment.

1. You studied sculpture in Japan and graphic design in Los Angeles; how did you eventually transition into interior design?I never liked the 2D of graphic design, so sculpture was perfect for me because I was able to work in 3-D.

We had a lot of favorites in 2017. These are the top three, and they're still for sale.

FairFog Design + Art This cutting-edge contemporary art fair graces San Francisco for its fifth year, bringing a highly curated selection of work that speaks to the city’s pioneering spirit of experimentation and innovation.

A master class with California design icons As the design industry continues to evolve, we all want to know: What does the future of design hold? What styles will emerge? What color will dominate 2018? How will technology advance the design of homes and change the way we do business?

Sustainability in architecture and design isn’t just a trend, it should be the mandate of the A&D community to create carbon neutral buildings and reduce the overall carbon footprint.

1. How did you get your start in the design industry?As a native Angeleno, I spent much of my childhood living in historic homes, which sparked an affection for all things aged and beautiful.

The Liddel is not your grandparent’s Westwood condominium.

The question of where to meet someone for cocktails is often cause for consternation. Where’s a place where the drinks are great, the presentation is beautiful, the atmosphere is inviting and the decor is elegant, even a little bit glamorous?The aptly named Bibo Ergo Sum is the answer.


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