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What does it mean to live well? To be perfectly at ease, in comfort and style?

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DESIGN DISPATCH

The little black book of all things new and fabulous in the local community.

Radar

TERRAIN Landscape professionals discuss the importance of waterwise designs.

HOLISTIC

For architect Veronica Schreibeis Smith, the future of built environments begins with wellness.

RETREAT

Escape to four immersive destinations aimed at health and harmony.

EXPLORATION

In Montana, The Green O

In Montana, The Green O provides a stylish respite away from it all.

Market

MATERIAL

These feel-good mood boards star the latest fabrics and wallcoverings.

TREND

Indulge in pretty products inspired by today’s top tastemakers.

SPOTLIGHT

Head-turning furnishings make the case for repurposed materials.

Living

KITCHEN + BATH Wellness is the common thread in these beautiful kitchens.

THE REPORT

These mood boards star in pretty make is the common thread spaces are the home’s

Sanctuary spaces are the home’s new must-have room.

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Global Perspective

An architect travels the world before settling in San Francisco, where she uses her experiences to create a family home.

Call of the Wild

This Lake Tahoe dwelling is more than a cozy place to gather après ski—it’s a welcoming retreat for all seasons.

Man of Steel

Looking at rusted metal and weathered wood, most would see trash—but artist Eric Powell sees possibility.

Grand Revival

More than a century after it was built, this Pacific Heights manse realizes its full, glorious potential.

ON THE COVER: Architect Jill Lewis outfitted the living room of her San Francisco abode with a Beads Octo pendant by Winnie Liu for Innermost. The Raw Leather Argentina rug as well as the blue velvet sofa and ottoman made by De Levie in Buenos Aires reflect her family’s time spent living in Argentina.
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Last year I had a traumatic experience where I was in the hospital for 2 weeks and almost died. I am certain that it was my garden that helped me fully recover. It gave me a reason to get up in the morning and see what was blooming. The sounds of water in the garden, the soft movements and textures of the grasses and intoxicating smells stimulated my healing emotionally and physically.

At University, one professor was a wellness garden expert who taught us how to engage garden visitors. We learned to entice people to touch and feel the gardens, and the value of scented plants which bring up nostalgic memories. Many of our clients don’t know the healing power or the beauty of landscapes when they come to us - but after they experience a Zeterre garden, they become a little addicted. Healing is the best addiction."

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All’s Well

I’m writing this letter early on a Friday morning after completing a 10-minute meditation on my Calm app about building consistency. It’s just one component of my daily wellness practice, along with long evening walks, a plant-based diet and an ongoing edit of our home’s interior to make it more regenerative.

Coming out of the pandemic, we have a heightened awareness of the influence that our homes can have on our well-being and the broader environment. At Luxe, we’re taking a leadership role by engaging in this conversation with our readers as well as the greater design community. From conscious landscaping to wellness retreats and meditation rooms, you’ll find the theme woven throughout this issue. We also recently hosted our firstever Living Well summit in Los Angeles featuring a captivating lineup of speakers who inspired and educated our audience with topics ranging from the power of the downstate to universal rules about how to design with intention. I encourage you to learn more by tuning into our new wellness-focused channel, Wellness by Design, launching soon on designtvbysandow.com

Tune into our new wellness channel, chock full of content on sustainable practices, wellness architecture, mindfulness and more, launching this month on designtvbysandow.com. photo : chelsae anne horton
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An enticing new homewares shop has popped up on Main Street in Redwood City. At Whearley & Co., husband and wife Cliff and Natalie Whearley lead a close-knit team who share a passion for warm, timeless spaces and the beauty of everyday living. The shop is the couple’s latest endeavor to guide people on their journey to a beautiful home. whearleyandco.com

What sparked the idea for Whearley & Co.? Natalie Whearley: I was working with Cliff, doing staging and photography for his real estate listings, and people would ask us, “Where could I get that rug? Where can I get that table?” I spent so much time curating these things, and I loved that other people were interested in them too.

Tell us about the space. Cliff Whearley: It was built in the 1920s, and there’s a 100-yearold brick wall that’s exposed. We were also

attracted by the natural light—we’ve got two big skylights so it’s very bright.

Describe your aesthetic. NW: We’re inspired by the landscapes of Northern California, and we’ve also taken a lot of road trips through the European countryside over the years. We appreciate spaces that are full of natural materials that get better with age and have been curated over time. And I love the mix of old and new pieces. That just brings joy and a bit of nostalgia to a space and makes it special.

What types of items will people find at the store? NW: We’re really focused on handmade, small-batch lines from independent artisans. We have a mix of new and older pieces, so we have some vintage stoneware from France and tables made of solid wood that’ll be around for another hundred years.

CHECK IN

LINE SF

Travelers thirsting for the flavor of San Francisco should check out Line SF, a new boutique hotel embodying the city’s unique spirit and culture. The stylish retreat—located on a triangular block where the Tenderloin, Union Square and the South of Market district converge—puts guests steps away from world-class shopping, live theater and art. Upon entering, guests and visitors are greeted by a sculptural welcome piece by San Francisco multimedia artist Sasinun Kladpetch that integrates construction elements from the hotel’s development as well as regional artifacts and San Francisco lore. The piece is just one of various collaborations Line SF will embark on with notable local artists. The interiors, led by Knibb Design in collaboration with the Line team, are modern, urban and sophisticated yet decidedly comfortable. Guest rooms sport warm wood flooring, concrete ceilings, distinctive furnishings and art, and brag-worthy views. thelinehotel.com/san-francisco

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HEALTHY BY DESIGN

Kate Miller, the innovative artist and designer behind Elworthy Studio, has made a name for herself with her eco-conscious wallcoverings and textiles. Designers and homeowners alike appreciate her signature style—opulent and moody, romantic yet edgy—and that distinct aesthetic is on display in her latest wallpaper collection, Altered States, designed to promote both individual and collective healing. elworthystudio.com

How did you become interested in sustainability? When I was living in Shanghai, I started to have some physical problems—headaches, digestive issues, energy, things like that. And it’s known to be a place where there are a lot of environmental toxins that are outside of an individual’s control. I decided to educate myself as to how I could control the toxins I’m exposed to within my apartment. When I launched Elworthy Studio, I wanted to create products that were safe and had minimal impact on Mother Earth. I created a business plan that—from sourcing to production—factored in environmental impact. That means using natural fibers and finding mills that are just as committed to the environment as I am. And everything is printed to order, so there’s minimal waste.

What inspired your new collection? I’ve been going down a physical, mental and emotional healing path, which led me to multicultural shamanism. One of the practices is the shamanic journey, which usually involves the steady beat of a drum to put a person into a trance-like state. In these journeys, I noticed that I would get so much visual input—colors, shapes and scenes. I set an intention to journey specifically to gather imagery that could be supportive to people in their healing and well-being. The new collection was a result of months of taking journeys and gathering different ideas in my sketchbook.

OPEN HOUSE

Since 2020, de Gournay—maker of breathtaking handpainted wallpaper and fabrics—has been renovating its international showrooms. The brand’s new San Francisco space, located on Sacramento Street, has now opened its doors. The showroom is a celebration of California design with prominent installations such as Botanical Studies, a composition of large-scale illustrations of flora designed in collaboration with interior designer Michael S. Smith, and Redwoods, a woodland panorama created with designer Alison Pickart. Lovers of elegant style will also rejoice in the news that Poliform is opening a 9,000-square-foot showroom in Showplace Square helmed by co-owners Gioi Tran and Vernon Applegate. Offerings include six kitchen systems, a new selection of Day Systems (customizable shelving and storage), and exclusive lighting from two of the world’s most prominent hand-blown glass companies, Lasvit and Bomma. Inspiring living, dining and bedroom vignettes demonstrate the design possibilities. “The main showroom has beautiful, modern coffered ceilings that accentuate the beauty of our pieces,” Tran says. Poliform is currently open by appointment for previews, with a full opening planned for December. Beginning in 2023, the showroom will also host experiential events.

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Imagine brewing your morning coffee in your chefdesigned kitchen, then heading out to your private wraparound terrace to soak up treetop views before heading to Healdsburg Plaza—just steps away—to peruse the shops. Residents of Canopy at Mill District don’t have to imagine. Occupying a 10-acre former lumber mill, this new mixed-use development marries modern luxury with high style right in the heart of Sonoma’s wine country. Designed by Olson Kundig, renowned for designs that seamlessly blend indoors and out, the homes feature airy interior spaces and sliding glass walls. Canopy at Mill District comprises tree-level Penthouses with expansive terraces, lofty Garden Homes with double-height living rooms, and spacious single-level Flats with views of Canopy’s redwood preserve or Fitch Mountain. With niceties like wine storage and community gathering spots, not to mention quick access to celebrated restaurants and wineries, Mill District was designed for wine country living. milldistricthealdsburg.com

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WHAT: Eye candy galore—from sculptural palm seed pods to mimosa branches resplendent with bright golden blooms, their beauty frozen in time.

WHY: To add a burst of nature to your home’s interior spaces that will last (nearly) forever. Kuwayama’s aesthetic is simple and natural, and she dries flowers and foliage with air and sunlight—no bleach or chemicals.

IN HER WORDS: “I love lunaria and bracken fern. You don’t have to do anything with lunaria—just put a bunch in a vase to elevate any space. Bracken fern is typical when it’s green, but when it changes into that golden color at the start of fall, I think it’s the most beautiful thing.”

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Sandra Jordan Prima Alpaca has launched its first rug collection, joining forces with Brian Erden, founder of custom rug maker Erden. The collaboration was born from the duo’s explorations of the potential of Prima Alpaca, among the world’s rarest natural fibers. “Brian and I traveled to the Andes together to source Prima Alpaca fiber,” Jordan says. “I love talking with Brian and working with him. We have a shared passion for natural fibers and are always learning from each other.” The collection, hand-crafted by Erden’s skilled artisans in Nepal, comprises three styles inspired by Jordan’s rural headquarters in Sonoma Valley and her effortlessly elegant textile designs. “When we are together, we do what we both love to do most,” Erden says, “which is design, create, think and explore.” sandrajordan.com

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Green Movement

AS WATER BECOMES INCREASINGLY PRECIOUS, LANDSC APE DESIGNERS OFFER GUIDANCE—AND HOPE—FOR CREATING BEAUTIFUL DROUGHT-TOLERANT GARDENS. WRITTEN BY MAILE PINGEL
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With decades of experience gardening through droughts, landscape designers across the West Coast have themselves become a precious resource. Their collected insights and ideas offer a path forward that reduces water consumption and aides in the overall improvement of our environment. From big changes to concepts as simple as using native plants, the West’s take on waterwise gardening—the practice of selecting plants that require less irrigation—is a wellspring of inspiration.

Many in the industry agree that a first step is changing our mindset: Waterwise doesn’t mean unattractive landscapes. And outdated language like xeriscaping (a term coined by Denver’s Department of Water in the 1980’s) hasen’t helped win anyone over. Landscape designers today are moving the conversation beyond gravel and cacti and showing just how inviting waterwise gardens can be. “People are getting into it now,” says Charlie Ray of The Green Room Collaborative in Phoenix. “They’re seeing how a dynamic native garden adds to the atmosphere

of their home.” Montecito Landscape’s Lisa Cullen has similarly shifted the dialogue with clients. “Nobody wants to do something because they have to,” explains the California-based organic gardener. “Rather than selling waterwise, we focus on the benefits and how pretty it can be.”

“We’ve overwatered environments for decades because of inappropriate material choices,” continues Ray, who carefully considers which flora and fauna to use for each project and often starts by adding shade trees, which create a micro-climate under their canopy. “Layer shrubs, massed for drifts of color and texture, and then lots of wildflowers—you’ll see the birds and butterflies come right in,” he adds.

For Forestoration’s David Noftsinger there is such joy in seeing blanket flowers grow wild in nearby Glacier National Park, and equally happily in his own garden. “Planting natives helps develop a sense of place and an appreciation for the bounty of your area,” explains Noftsinger, who recommends homeowners familiarize themselves with natives unique to their state. Visiting

local botanical gardens for inspiration can also be helpful. “Become a member, go to workshops, volunteer—they’re a key resource for local communities,” says Ray.

All in all, the approach to gardening and landscaping happening on a local level along the West Coast can be replicated across the country. And as Noftsinger believes, “the more pieces we put back together, and incorporate what’s supposed to be there, the more change we’ll see— every bit you can do is beneficial.”

Above: Forestoration created a unique garden oasis at the foot of Montana’s Columbia Mountain. Top: In Southern California, Montecito Landscape used colorful, drought tolerant plantings. Previous page: The Green Room Collaborative focused on bringing native plant material back to an Arizona project. top photo: courtesy holly lepere, bottom photo: shiva solaimanian.
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VERA ICONICA ARCHITECTURE’S VERONICA SCHREIBEIS SMITH BREAKS DOWN THE IMPORTANCE OF WELLNESS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT.

I like to say we design experiences and architecture happens to be our medium. Whether you call it wellness architecture or something different, what we’re seeking to do—not just with every project, but with every space—is nurture the soul, optimize people’s lives and elevate the human experience. Architecture is the practice of creating your surroundings and it can influence everything from an inhabitant’s emotions and cognitive performance to relationships and the ways in which we gather and interact. Did you know we spend 90 percent of our time indoors? How we sculpt and model that

interior really impacts every single part of our lives.

Buildings are powerful. There have been neuroscientific studies done where EKGs are performed on people who are then taken into unique buildings like a temple, Grand Central Station or the Salk Institute. Their frontal lobe actually shuts down once inside. This is what happens in meditation, when you enter a non-dualistic or flow state, which is your highest level of being. So people who can tap into this and work from their flow state are often high-performing businesspeople, musicians or creatives— they feel super productive and happy. I try to create spaces that support how people want to operate and are tailored to their

inhabitants in every way because when homes have a proportional or harmonic resonance, you will ultimately feel better.

At the end of the day, humans are a part of nature and if we fight that or try to shut it out, we end up hurting ourselves. I make sure that natural materials and plenty of light are present in every project. Using local resources also creates a sense of culture, belonging and identity which is really important to our existence. But everything comes back to being in harmony with nature and taking care of our planet. veraiconica.com

A Jackson Hole, Wyoming, project by Vera Iconica Architecture features an abundance of light and a layout that optimizes mountainside living. headshot: dan krauss, photo: aaron kraft.
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FROM CALIFORNIA TO THE CATSKILLS, THESE NEW HIGH-DESIGN DESTINATIONS ARE AIMED AT IMMERSIVE WELL-BEING.

If the latest crop of wellness hotels, retreats and fitness clubs across the U.S. have anything in common, it’s that exactly none of them adhere to the ubiquitous spa aesthetic of recent decades—dependably soothing but often dull. The future of luxury destinations takes a more full-bodied approach and looks

to improve your physical, emotional and spiritual states through elevated experiences and sophisticated spaces. From luxe resorts and nature-focused bootcamp-style getaways to exclusive, über-stylish gyms, these wellness hot spots will have you longing to pack your bags and take a deep exhale upon arrival.

RESET Telluride, Colorado

The rugged San Juan Mountains were undeniably influential for architect and designer Stephanie Malsed when creating the interior scheme for Reset’s wellness center, the hub of an ultra-luxe, intensive nature-focused retreat in Colorado. The state-of-the-art facility for sweating, recovering and mindfulness practice harnesses the five elements—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—and draws in colors from the outdoors, namely pine green and warm pink tones from alpenglow. Guests engage in guided half-day treks and self-care rituals surrounded by nature or in the comfort of the wellness center. At the end of the day, retreat to a private section of the Madeline Hotel & Residences with amenities that include algae-infused slippers, a hydration bar and customized aromatherapy. resettelluride.com

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THE RANCH Hudson Valley, New York

The Ranch, a results-oriented fitness retreat, which began in Malibu in 2010, is ready for its East Coast debut after taking over the legendary 200-acre Table Rock Estate in upstate New York. Designer Steven Gambrel oversaw the interior and historical restoration of the 1902 structure, devising a total transformation of its rooms, including the former ballroom reimagined as a gym for yoga, meditation and fitness sessions. Guests can kick off their morning with hikes through nearby Ringwood and Harriman State Park. Organic, plant-based meals, naps and daily massages are additional hallmarks of the idyllic but intense regiment. theranchmalibu.com

SENSEI PORCUPINE CREEK Rancho Mirage, California

A sense of calm and Japanese Zen penetrates the light-filled 22-room and -villa Sensei Porcupine Creek. A sister property to Lawrence Ellison and Dr. David Agus’ Sensei Lanai in Hawaii, the newest location promises guests a similarly bespoke journey toward living healthier, longer lives. Ellison oversaw all design details as a 230-acre private estate in the Santa Rosa Mountain foothills was converted into the ultimate wellness destination offering patrons three pathways to follow: Move, Nourish and Rest. The sunny and lush property—complete with gardens, a lagoon pool, golf fairways and hiking trails—is as much a part of the recipe for well-being as the Sensei Guide-led practices and treatments (think Abhyanga four-handed massage), plus five-star cuisine at Sensei by Nobu. sensei.com

HEIMAT Los Angeles, California

This fitness and wellness concept club, located in a refurbished 1930s industrial building in Los Angeles, is the future for the gym-going, Soho House-belonging, health-conscious set. The members-only outpost boasts stained glass panels dividing custom strength machines from a studio of specially designed Pilates reformers. The light-filled cardio area, complete with a cacti garden, resembles a chic hotel lobby while the locker rooms, conceived by Germany-based design studio Inco Media, are fitted with marble, hand-crafted wood paneling and Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona daybeds. Upstairs, famed architect and designer Martin Brudnizki enriched the interiors of Michelin-starred chef Michael Mina’s Mother Tongue restaurant, which lives alongside a sparkling pool and exuberant co-working space awash in yellow. heimat.com

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Wellness in the Woods

A LUXURIOUS MONTANA RESORT PROVIDES NATURE FOR NURTURE.

It turns out that you can get pretty close to nirvana by taking a mindfulness walk. I’ve recently leaned into the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who encouraged the practice of mindful walking. Yet, to truly deepen the connection, one needs to be in a place where the magical properties of wellness can take hold. For me, that was on a trip to The Green O.

Nestled into a quiet ponderosa pine forest hillside, the resort sits on 37,000 sweeping acres outside of Missoula, Montana, and envelopes visitors like a soft hug. One part luxury ranch and two parts nature immersion for body and soul, the all-inclusive, adults-only property is an exclusive assemblage of 12 design-forward, glass-boxed villas constructed with sustainable principles that dot the land like works of sculptural art. Of all the semi-secluded “haus” designs, my favorite was Tree Haus, which sits on stilts rising 23-feet above ground and features a spiral staircase running through its three-story spine. I enjoyed lavish comforts sheltered inside while simultaneously immersed in the panoramic landscape, glimpsed through towering floor-to-ceiling windows that provided views of wildlife and a hint of warm twinkling lights from Green Hauses beyond.

Among The Green O’s 12 rustic-yet-refined accommodations is Tree Haus, which sits on stilts offering an elevated view of the surrounding landscape.

This communal-like setting is crowned by Social Haus, the property’s heart center that functions as dining room, bar and central gathering spot. Architect and designer Kristen Becker of Seattle-based Mutuus Studio worked alongside interior designer and executive co-owner Nadine Lipson to conceive interiors that cast a smoky Modernism vibe with cozy campfire-style seating, leafy green hues and shou sugi ban wood reflective of the woodland surroundings. The Michelin-worthy culinary experience, led by executive chef Brandon Cunningham, impresses with nightly curated nine-course tasting menus, gourmet wood-fired pizzas available for delivery to your private hot tub, and artful delights by James Beard-nominated pastry chef Krystle Swenson. It could well be that her rosé-soaked rhubarb cake and dark chocolate brown tart with conifer green gelato ice cream were all the wellness I needed!

I spent my days learning how to flyfish on the Blackfoot River accompanied by a patient guide; riding ATVs through sprawling pastures; stopping off at the equestrian center for a bit of horse therapy and luxuriating in a mineral mud bath at the spa. But the most profound part of my stay was the stillness of early morning strolls in the woods, practicing mindful breathing and walking— and connecting to the wonders of the earth. thegreeno.com

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Erinn V. x Universal is coming to High Point. Described as bold and progressive, the collaboration between Los Angeles interior and product designer Erinn Valencich and Universal delivers a fashion-forward collection with modern European, Japanese and California influences. See the collection this fall at the market.

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Add the perfect pop of color to any space, with the Bevolo Mid-Century Modern collection of art glass lamps, handmade fiberglass shades and unique glass finials. It features pieces from Blenko Glass Company, Murano Glass, St. Clair Glass Company and more. bevolo.com

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NEWPORT BRASS

The long, curvilinear silhouette of Newport Brass’ Stripling faucet, with its bishop-style form, projects elegance and refinement. With thoughtful design details and streamlined engineering, it’s a distinctive choice. newportbrass.com

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The Empire commode in bleached walnut showcases J. Tribble’s long history of designing and producing custom sink bases—now extended to repurposing antique treasures for modern homes. jtribble.com

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A bold contemporary design with a touch of nostalgia, New Moon’s Gammon rug blends high style with sumptuous materials for an elegant statement in any space. It is hand-knotted in Tibetan wool, Chinese silk and natural nettle fibers. Price available upon request. newmoonrugs.com

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CIRCA LIGHTING

The intricate design of Julie Neill’s Talia Large Chandelier is inspired by the reflective qualities of glass, with clusters of handblown orbs in a round canopy shape. The light dances and shines, filling any space with a magical glow. Priced at $2,529. circalighting.com

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Step into a world of beauty, where the lines between dream and reality fade. Introducing, Onirika by Nina Magon, which unites the poetic and unique beauty of natural stone with Dekton technology.

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Hamilton Sinkler’s faux horn pulls are a striking and sophisticated take on a modern hardware. They can be translucent and yet reminiscent of marble, agate, alabaster or a truly dark and honeyed horn. Custom sizing is available. Price available upon request. hamiltonsinkler.com

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After a sabbatical in France in 2016, visual artist Jamie Beck uprooted her life in New York City to start anew in Provence. Since then, her Instagram feed reads like a siren song to hundreds of thousands of followers slower-paced, chockfull of and successful photographer the likes of clients, turned her photography years, archived book, Provence jamiebeck.co

Clockwise from top right: Empress Coral Rug by Guo Pei / From $6,960 / therugcompany.com Arlene Dinner Plate in Sepia by Casa Lopez / $95 / aerin.com Summer in a Bottle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2021 / $26 / wol er.com Aristocat Satin Ballet Flats in Black / $250 / the-sleeper.com Marchese Chaise Lounge / Price upon request / ebanista.com An American in Provence by Jamie Beck / $40 / simonelement.com Cary Silk Square Cushion in Pink by Madeaux Home / $215 / gingerlily.com Velvet Bow Barrette / $128 / jenniferbehr.com Empress Coral Rug by Guo Pei / From $6,960 / . Arlene Dinner Plate in by Casa Lopez / $95 / PHOTO CREDIT: JAMIE BECK.
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Flamingo Estate is a modern-day Garden of Eden tucked away in the hills of Los Angeles. Founded by Richard Christiansen, the seven-acre property, ripe with herbs, fruit trees, flowers and native plants, morphed from a personal residence into a full-fledged lifestyle brand in 2020, garnering a dedicated following across the country. Christiansen’s wideranging offerings of earthly delights—from extra virgin olive oil to shampoo—always have an eye toward sustainability and ethical farming. flamingoestate.com

Clockwise from top right: Chevron Tablecloth in Clay / $130 / thompsonstreetstudio.com Zinc Watering Can in Green / $120 / hudsongracesf.com Garden Essentials Artisanal Bar Soaps and Roma Heirloom Tomato Candle / $100 and $50 / flamingoestate.com Fluted Planter by Atuto / From $58 / bloomist.com Callanish Dining Table / $4,395 / oka.com Merritt Cabinet / $4,099 / arhaus.com Cotton Rope Dog Leash in Olive Ombre / $62 / foundmyanimal.com PHOTO CREDIT: COURTESY OF FLAMINGO ESTATE.
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Upcycled Utopia

CRAFTED FROM REPURPOSED MATERIALS, THESE ARRESTING FURNISHINGS HELP TO BETTER THE WORLD AROUND US.

LAYERED LOUNGER

Stackabl, a digital platform by Toronto design firm Stacklab that allows users to create one-of-a-kind pieces from leftover, locally sourced materials, has joined forces with New York-based gallery Maison Gerard to launch its inaugural collection. As part of the platform’s introductory designer capsule series, Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson of Drake/Anderson, designed this Madame Chaise Lounge. Layers of stacked felt remnants (a Stackabl signature) form a modern version of a traditional chaise, while the jolt of pink is an ode to midcentury fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli. maisongerard.com

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James Shaw’s colorful and tactile Plastic Baroque Chairs prove that a problematic and mundane material can be reimagined into something beautiful. Shaw has worked with plastics for nearly a decade and created a special extruding tool allowing him to further push the limits of the material’s assumed potential. The fruits of his labor are on display with the whimsically imperfect arms and legs of these lightweight chairs, which are topped with removable patchwork corduroy cushions. objectivegallery.com

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PET Lamp is on a mission to rethink plastic bottles through lighting design. The Madrid-based company conceives pieces featuring a bottle at the center, embracing the humble material rather than concealing it. The Eperara Siapidara model is made by artisans in Colombia (the company works with a network of craftspeople around the world who specialize in unique designs) and boasts a colorful woven shade made from paja tetera palm tree leaves—an abundant resource in the region. goodeeworld.com

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British designer Jane Atfield’s RCP2 chair, inspired by Dutch furniture designer Gerrit Rietveld’s 1923 Military Side Chair, was one of the first pieces of furniture made exclusively from recycled plastic. Now, a series of re-editions have been commissioned by Emma Scully Gallery in New York City to celebrate the design’s 30th anniversary. A thought leader in conscious design, Atfield’s original RCP2 chair is featured in the permanent collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. emmascullygallery.com
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rich craft traditions of India are at the heart of Tantuvi, a rug company founded by former fashion designer Arati Rao in 2015. The Malachite Rug, shown here, is made by artisans in Rajasthan using reclaimed silk remnants collected from the sari industry. Its geometric step-like pattern is a nod to 400-year-old stone staircases—some of which still stand today—found in Northern India that were built to access water sources. Featuring yarn carefully colored by hand, each design can take up to two months to complete. tantuvistudio.com L U X E S O U
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Crafting wellness-minded kitchens and serene spaces are top of mind for industry leaders.

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Follow the Light

THREE TOP KITCHEN DESIGNERS SHARE THEIR HEALTHY APPROACH TO CREATING CULINARY HAVENS.

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SMART STYLE

When it came to her own kitchen in the greater New York City area, French-born, Manhattan-based interior designer Laurence Carr designed the space to serve as a central wellness area for her family of five. “My husband and I have three teenagers, and this is a place where we can work, socialize and cook together,” explains Carr, who collaborated with architect Jordan Rosenberg to conceive the contemporary home. “Biophilia, plenty of natural light and sustainability were also important considerations. There are large windows that provide a connection to the garden, and the

amount of light entering the space is important in minimizing the electricity and lighting that’s necessary.” Carr kept the palette clean and simple, employing a mix of dark gray and cream cabinetry, Calacatta marble and wood accents. “Cream is much softer than white, and the gray lends a contemporary touch,” says the designer. To create a look that’s seamless and streamlined, Carr paneled many of the appliances and even included a hidden door—made to look like one of the cabinets— that leads to a walk-in pantry. “The space feels timeless yet modern.” laurencecarr.com

Interior designer Laurence Carr’s kitchen in the greater New York City area is a contemporary-yet-timeless, light-filled space that serves as command central for her family of five. photo: kelly marshall.
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CALMING FORCE

Claire Staszak of the Chicago firm Centered by Design is known for what she calls a holistic approach, combining her love of interiors with a passion for wellness (she is also a certified yoga instructor). So, it’s no surprise that when she was tasked with the renovation of a 1930s Colonial north of Chicago, she whipped up a kitchen for a young family that feels calm, balanced and serene. Staszak was limited to working within the kitchen’s existing footprint, however she was able to make a few key changes—including closing off an opening to the dining room, removing a window to add symmetry and adding a larger window to bring in more light—that make all the difference. “In doing this, we were able to fit in everything we wanted, including a large island and a coffee bar,” notes the designer. “The clients wanted something fresh and beautiful with a mix of Southern charm and the feel of a French bistro.” With that in mind, Staszak installed custom cabinetry from her firm’s in-house line in a light taupe shade, cafe-inspired lighting, natural wood accents and periwinkle backsplash tile from Ann Sacks. “Custom cabinetry provides the opportunity for a variety of details tailored to the homeowners’

needs, such as arched doors and open shelving,” Staszak explains. With the clients being avid cooks and entertainers, storage was a major focus. The designer incorporated hidden compartments for appliances, bakeware and utensils, while niches flanking the range hold cooking essentials such as oils and spices. Meanwhile, easy-to-clean quartz surfaces lend durability to the hardworking space. “Health and well-being are important to this couple, and I really tried to be a calm and grounding presence during the renovation process,” Staszak says. “My job is always to take the stress off my clients, make the process feel like a true collaboration, and channel a Zen attitude.” Most importantly, adds the designer, “a space doesn’t have to be boring in order to feel balanced.” centeredbydesign.com

headshot: heather talbert, kitchen photos: aimee mazzenga. In a Wilmette, Illinois, kitchen, Claire Staszak of Centered by Design chose Benjamin Moore’s Bruton White for the custom cabinetry paired with Tob Knobs hardware and a tiled backsplash by Ann Sacks.
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NATURAL INSTINCT

When Los Angeles−based decorator Mandy Cheng set eyes on the magical treetop views from this Woodland Hills kitchen—which sits three stories above the ground thanks to the home’s hillside setting—it became clear that nature should take center stage in this renovation. “The view inspired the design and dictated the palette,” Cheng explains. “I wanted to bring the trees in and tie the design to the outdoors.” Cheng chose a combination of white oak upper cabinets and open shelving, which recalls oak trees outside, and green to channel the leaves. “When colors are consistent between indoors and out it gives the illusion of more space,” Cheng notes. Furthermore, the designer installed windowed cabinetry that not only references the residence’s Craftsman style, but “maintains that open, airy quality. We wanted to keep the cabinetry from feeling too heavy.” Low-maintenance quartz countertops, unlacquered brass fixtures that will develop a patina over time and a “natural-looking” textured tile backsplash round out the scheme. To address the client’s need for additional storage, Cheng installed custom drawers for cooking utensils, a nook for storing paper towels and wooden crates to hold potatoes and onions. “The previous layout discouraged cooking and eating well because it didn’t function properly,” Cheng says. “Now it feels clean, calm and inviting.” mandychengdesign.com

photos: madeline tolle. Inspired by the home’s lush surroundings, Mandy Cheng opted for a beautiful green hue—Vintage Vogue by Benjamin Moore— along with a Newport Brass faucet, Wolf range and Zephyr hood.
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With homeowners relying less and less on natural gas, many are turning to electric induction technology when it comes to their kitchens. Gaggenau’s 400 Series induction cooktop features a fully customizable surface depending on the owner’s needs, whether it be an electric or teppanyaki grill. gaggenau.com

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Inspired by the silhouette of a tulip and available in six finishes, Brizo’s Tulham SmartTouch Pull-Down Prep Kitchen Faucet promotes a clean work environment by allowing the user to turn the water on and off by tapping anywhere on the fi xture’s surface—the perfect solution for dirty hands. For those wanting a completely hands-free experience, voice-command technology can be added. brizo.com

STEAM DREAM

Health-conscious cooks praise steaming for its ability to retain more nutrients than other methods, and Fisher & Paykel’s new Series 11 24-inch Combination Steam Oven is equal parts sleek and efficient. In addition to steam, there are options for convection-only baking and combination cooking modes. Plus, a water line isn’t necessary thanks to the oven’s 50-ounce water tank. fisherpaykel.com

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Keep the Peace

WELLNESS ROOMS HAVE EVOLVED FROM AMENITY TO NECESSITY.

As our world grows increasingly complex and connected, the need for places to get away from it all grows too. From Luxe’s bird’s eye view, seeking escape doesn’t necessarily mean looking outside the confines of home— quite the opposite, in fact. Take this Glendora, California, meditation room by designer Norm Wogan, which perfectly illustrates today’s artistic, deeply considered approach to at-home escapism. May these magical wellness spaces, from Brooklyn to Hawaii’s Big Island, inspire you to create your own slice of sanctuary.

Designer Norm Wogan scoured local Indian and Moroccan shops for unique artifacts—including an antique altar and aged copper pendants—to outfit his client’s Glendora, California, healing and meditation room. wogandesign.com

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“My husband and I took meditation classes years ago. Afterwards, we set the intention to do a daily 20-minute meditation in the morning and another in the afternoon,” shares designer Lisa Kahn. For Kahn, maintaining a morning practice was easy. An afternoon practice amidst the activity of office life was another story—so she crafted a meditation room in her Naples, Florida, headquarters. To encourage

midday respite, the designer wrapped the space in a Kravet raffia, adding comfortable pillows in a HomArt batik fabric and live-edge wood stands to display healing objects. “We believe meditation is an important element of the day to gather a sense of self when the bustle feels all-consuming,” she says. “It helps us stay connected to our larger purpose for being here.” lisakahndesigns.com

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RECHARGING STATION

When hired by clients with an appreciation for the Japanese bathing ritual of a shower to cleanse the body followed by a bath to cleanse the soul, designer Lindsay Anyon Brier saw a unique opportunity for an exterior wellness space. Specifically, when she viewed their Piedmont, California, home’s deck, set conveniently off a gym, she envisioned a soaking tub. In collaboration with Berkeley Heat, she conceived a cedar hot tub seemingly dropped within the tree line. Underscoring the home’s commitment to sustainability, the creation boasts a drainage feature in lieu of chemical maintenance. (Wastewater is then used to irrigate the property.) Adding a touch of sparkle to the scene, decorative screens with a Moroccan motif “create a sense of privacy and intimacy while focusing the eye on views of San Francisco Bay,” notes the designer. anyondesign.com

HEAVEN SENT

An enchanting yet derelict Hawaii Island property brought together the team of designer Marion Philpotts-Miller, architect Paige Wilburn and landscape designer David Tamura. Together, they restored the home’s old growth teak ceilings and beams, infused light and flow throughout the interiors and reimagined the grounds, whose pièce de résistance is an entry courtyard designed for peaceful repose. A lanai illuminated by vintage Japanese lanterns and outfitted with an antique bench flanked by bronze Burmese guardians offers the homeowners a particularly contemplative space to enjoy the sights and sounds of several water features. Not the least of which is a hidden shower garden tucked behind a retractable teak screen. philpotts.net

DREAMING IN COLOR

Leave it to designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to kick any notions that neutral and wellness must walk hand-in-hand to the curb. Exhibit A: This exuberant massage room set high on a cliff in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Bullard confidently swathed the space in Benjamin Moore’s Covington Blue, a languid, ocean-green tone that plays to the Sea of Cortez beyond the windows. A medley of natural woven sisal and abaca furnishings—all nods to indigenous Mexican arts and crafts—join a 1970s painting scored at an antique shop in Mexico City, which Bullard admits is his favorite element of the room. “The vibrancy holds you captive whilst still maintaining calmness due to its abstract nature and ear thy pigments,” he explains, adding, “it has a distinct and welcoming warmth reminiscent of Cabo’s famous sunsets.”

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When designer Cheryl Settino Mosher’s clients tasked her with crafting a prayer room within their Brooklyn apartment, she did her research first. For visual inspiration, Mosher referenced Owen Jones’ The Grammar of Ornament, looking to motifs of ancient civilizations.

Ultimately, she landed on a quartet of Schumacher wallpapers in sepia tones, which were deconstructed then put together in a bespoke pattern intended to evoke the feel of a sacred space modernized for contemporary

living. Meanwhile, for the layout, she used a Qibla compass to place the family’s beloved prayer rug directed toward the Kaaba. Bathed in diffuse sunlight, the room, with its cozy, velvet-covered divan, has become a reading room as well as a place for worship. “It’s an area to recharge,” says Mosher. “Now more than ever, we need these spaces. Whether you have a large home or an apartment, you have to make time to sit and find quiet—whatever that means for you.” brooklyn.studio

Now more than ever, there is an emphasis on health and wellness. In home building and design, “home health” might mean an abundance of natural light or the addition of blackout shades for sleep. It may include using advanced water and air filtration systems or placing value on sustainability in construction materials and products. When wellness matters to the owner, the home must-haves could include a gym, greenhouse or a location in a walkable neighborhood near a park. In this section of Luxe Interiors + Design, learn how today’s experts are creating stunning variations of healthy homes in a multitude of ways and bringing a focus on health into all aspects of luxurious living.

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When purchasing new appliances and cabinetry, exceptional quality, comprehensive design and expert installation are key to creating beautiful, functional, healthy spaces. As the president and CEO of Atherton Appliance & Kitchens and BSC Culinary, Tom Papageorge leads a team of dedicated professionals who bring the best brands, makers and services to their discerning clientele. “Whether you are a homeowner, designer or builder, we offer the finest appliances and kitchen cabinets anywhere,” Papageorge says. “Sub-Zero, Wolf, Asko, Gaggenau, Thermador, Kalamazoo, La Cornue, Cove and Miele are just a few of the premium brands our sales strategists will introduce you to in our showrooms. Our team will then visit your home for a pre-site inspection to ensure a perfect fit before our in-house installation experts deliver your new appliances and cabinetry safely, efficiently and exactly as you ordered.”

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“Our design service team creates transcendent sanctuary spaces,” Papageorge shares. “From professional-grade kitchens to spa bathrooms, home offices, wine rooms, outdoor kitchen and living areas and much more, we are the leader in custom design concepts that feature world-class appliances and products installed with expertise, and carrying a five-year warranty.”

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• What feature brings health and wellness to any home.

Whole-house water filtration systems provide great drinking water and help us take better care of our skin, hair and bodies.

• Where does your team turn for wellness inspiration? Internal, company-sponsored wellness programs and seminars keep us energized, healthy and ready to share the latest wellness news with our clients.

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“Because delivery and installation of appliances can be such a challenge, we hire and train the best personnel to schedule, handle and complete delivery and installation,” Papageorge says. “In addition, we offer our Constant Care Delivery & Installation program , which ensures a seamless client experience each and every time.”

Top A stunning statement range defines this modern space. Left Contemporary and transitional features and integrated appliances make this space both sleek and warm. Right As a table and storage hybrid, this island feels like fine furniture.

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BALLON STUDIO

Interior design that is stylish, sophisticated and highly functional can also promote healthy living and spiritual well-being. This is a fact that Sabra Ballon, founder and principal designer at ballonSTUDIO, understands intrinsically. “We are obsessed with the human factors of design because the body’s ability to move with grace and ease in a space is the essence of a healthy home,” she says. “Ergonomics, geometry, materiality, air quality and light are all characteristics that influence the way we feel.

healthy home is also one that is sustainable and has a limited impact on the environment. We accomplish this by specifying handmade furniture that stands the test of time and by working with our network of local upholsterers, metal workers, cabinetmakers and other artisans who create pieces that bring beauty, purpose and well-being to our lives, our community and the planet.”

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Sabra Ballon shares her top tips for a healthy home.

• Install a “smart home” system that operates lighting, entertainment, air filtration, heating and cooling, and window shades. This reduces energy consumption and allows for easy control of your environment.

• Use non-toxic building materials and furnishings to reduce chemicals in the air, which means a healthier home and purer environment.

• Increase natural light by removing walls and adding windows, doors and skylights. Not only does this save electricity, but it promotes sensory well-being.

• Discuss your emotional needs and aspirations for your spaces with your designer. A good question to ask is, “How do I want to feel when I open my front door and step inside my home?”

Above A wall was removed in the renovation of this kitchen to allow natural light into the adjacent family room. Top left The sofa sectional was upholstered in sustainably-created natural leather from Moore & Giles. Top right This 100-percent-wool area rug from Erden is a natural product and a renewable fiber source.

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It’s through conscious design and intentionally sourced materials that beauty, function and homeostasis are achieved. This ideal is at the heart of LOCZIdesign’s award-winning work. “Creating a healthy home is akin to the process of supporting and maintaining a healthy body,” says founder and creative director Paige Loczi. “With this in mind, we design spaces that seek balance—serving both the homeowners and the planet in equal measure. This unique approach to design is one of the ideals that sets the LOCZI team apart in the industry. Our relationship with place stems from an awakened awareness of space. Our mission as designers is to expand our cognition of the environment that we’re working in. The wider the purview, the easier it is to create balance in that environment and cultivate a sense of joy and harmony.”

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“We work with a number of local makers and craftspeople who use sustainable materials and, in some cases, support the communities in which these elements are made,” COO and culture keeper Mike Ufferman says. “A few favorites include Hare & Arrow, Fireclay, Heath, Fabricut, Lee Industries, Henrybuilt and The Rug Establishment.”

GREAT DESIGN DEFINED

Ufferman shares insights into building exceptional spaces and an outstanding team.

• How do you incorporate successful live/work spaces into your designs?

It starts with our team. Because we all spend a lot of time working remotely, we know that work/life balance is paramount, so we asked our staff to create spaces in their own homes that can be “closed” at the end of the day so that they can tend to their families without the urge to check Slack messages.

• In what ways are you incorporating green concepts into your work? We like to work with general contractors who focus on LEED-certified projects. Additionally, we are part of the Good Future Design Alliance, a collective of makers, designers, builders and vendors who offer advice on sourcing and building in an environmentally-conscious way.

Top Natural quartzite countertops, custom cabinetry by Quality Kitchen Cabinets, whimsical wallpaper by Lee Jofa and eye-catching artwork by Peter Combe bring playful sophistication to this luxurious laundry space.

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Elegant design that is both environmentally friendly and promotes healthy, thoughtful living is a top priority today. This is something that Ellen Nystrom and her diligent team at Nystrom Design know well and incorporate into their designs and the materials they choose. “Nystrom Design is a boutique interior design firm dedicated to enhancing our clients’ lives,” Nystrom says. “Our unique talent lies in our ability to envision the hidden potential of a physical space, and then design and execute timeless homes that delight and nurture our clients for years to come.” The Nystrom Design team’s commitment to creating a healthy home is focused on reducing waste. “We emphasize the integration of pre-owned furnishings and enhancing existing architectural features. When sourcing new products, we seek out high-quality pieces with enduring appeal from manufacturers who share our environmental concerns.”

RECYCLE IN STYLE

“Our resources for pre-owned furniture include Chairish, 1stDibs and MCMSF,” Nystrom shares. “We also partner with Revitaliste and other local workrooms to give old furnishings a fresh look. And when clients have pieces they’re ready to part with, we recommend donating them to Make It Home Bay Area, a non-profit with a dual mission of waste reduction and providing furniture to people transitioning out of crisis.”

Above The entry foyer of this West Clay Park residence includes the client’s Chippendale chairs updated with zebra print fabric. Top This Berkeley Hills bedroom’s vibrant color scheme was informed by the homeowner’s vintage glass sconces—refurbished by Nystrom Design—and a vintage dresser sourced from MCMSF. Far left Nystrom Design reimagined their client’s antique settee with turquoise windowpane plaid fabric in this Noe Valley residence. Left Nystrom Design integrated an antique chest into this bright and cheerful West Clay Park living room’s media nook.

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In her more than 25 years of experience as a designer, Lisa Staprans has developed a guiding belief: “It is what I call neuroscience and beauty, and that design heals us. There is a deep connection between our brain, our soul and the spaces we inhabit. The beauty of our surroundings has a profound ability to heal us, and that is a great responsibility we have as designers.” In her mission to provide that peace to every client, Lisa ensures that her firm, Staprans Design, prioritizes working with makers and trade pros who share the vision. “It is very important that we know the ethos and character of the people with whom we work. Our projects are highly personal, and the craftspeople, architects and builders in our circle understand and honor that just as we do.” And they’re on board with Lisa’s intentions surrounding sustainability. “We always use the healthiest materials, products and systems. But sustainability is also about worldview, and our efforts have a ripple effect on that.”

HUMAN-CENTRIC DESIGN

One of Lisa’s recent endeavors is that of designing for adults with Down syndrome and autism, through which she has discovered characteristics of space that would benefit everyone. She shares a few:

• I use natural materials and welcome a lot of natural light and views to nature.

• Everything is organized to have a sense of path and place, so you can see others in the environment and feel connected while still enjoying moments of quiet and pause.

• There are no sharp corners; all rooms are ergonomic and contoured to fit the human body—you can sit comfortably leaning up against a wall or the back of a sofa.

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Asked to share her recommendation for a home that supports wellness, Lisa says, “Every home should have a meditation room or space that is quiet with no technology and elements that offer gratitude. Even a simple flower in a corner of a room can be this.” She emphasizes, “This is as important to the mind as the home gym is to the body.” Koi pond and water elements are often extensions of these rooms, as well as gardens that support meandering.

Top Reclaimed wood, as used in this rectangular outdoor dining table, is an environmentally-friendly design choice. Far left Being in nature reduces anger, fear and stress, and increases pleasant feelings. Enter, outdoor space. Left Natural stone helps to improve energy efficiency, absorbing ambient temperature to store heat from the sun or cold air from air-conditioning systems.

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Global Perspective

A well-traveled architect brings her vision home to create a one-of-a-kind San Francisco Victorian.

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The front façade of this San Francisco Victorian hints at architect Jill Lewis’ playful reimagining inside. A contrasting color scheme of Sherwin-Williams’ Westhighland White and Caviar complements stair tiles from Cement Tile Shop.

Conjuring a sense of home in an unfamiliar country is no easy feat, but establishing new roots is something architect Jill Lewis has done often. The Seattle native has practiced her profession across several countries, from Italy to China to Argentina. Along the way, she designed various abodes for her growing family.

Three kids later, Lewis and her husband returned stateside, this time to San Francisco. With them came their trove of artisanal treasures and the design philosophy the architect had honed abroad: “No matter where you live, your home should be driven by context, culture and history of place,” she explains. “I wanted us to feel a connection here.”

Her vision became a reality when they found their quintessential San Francisco Victorian. Spared from the 1906 earthquake (and the subsequent fires that stopped just one block away), the dwelling boasts arched windows, tall ceilings and ornate molding. Its corner-lot location also made way for side windows that flood rooms with light, creating atypically luminous Victorian interiors.

Yet Lewis had no interest in executing a bythe-book restoration, an ethos shaped during her earliest professional years in Italy. “There, architects know how to do a modern intervention that still brings out the best historical parts of a home,” she says. Her own contemporary interpretation of San Franciscan Victoriana focused on accentuating the millwork, which required a partner deeply ingrained in the local vernacular. She found conspirators in brothers and general contractors Christopher and Jason Lennon, who understood the inner workings of this architectural style. Their team restored all the existing windows, doors, hardware and trim, even hunting down period-matching hinges “to keep the original aesthetics of the house,” Jason says.

The molding disappeared in the rear rooms, so matching pieces were crafted to continue the distinct Victorian language. Replacing the upstairs carpet, they installed oak planks to coordinate with the flooring downstairs and unified both levels with a rich espresso stain. The team also removed a few walls to streamline transitions between spaces. But notably, Lewis’ plan preserved the enclosed layout overall. “If you try to make Victorians open, you lose their essence,” she explains.

After fortifying the home’s historical core, Lewis leaned toward unconventional finishes to

invigorate the period details. Think petroleumblack paint or graphic abstract wallpaper on the ceilings, which draws attention to the crown molding. Or harnessing the interior’s expansive heights by cloaking entire rooms in a single atmospheric hue, from the library’s twilight blue to the upstairs hallway’s foggy gray. Lewis nodded to the Victorian love of marble but eschewed statuary white for bolder patterns, like the living room’s black Nero Marquina fireplace and the powder room’s Amazonia vanity dappled with citrus-green markings. Meanwhile, a host of industrial and midcentury modern light fixtures hang from elaborate ceiling medallions. “I like to juxtapose these beautiful contemporary designs within classic buildings,” Lewis notes.

The traditional and unexpected converge in the kitchen, where more bold marble—gray-veined countertops and Nero Marquina herringbone floors—takes center stage while unlacquered brass imparts patina onto the minimalist fixtures and sink. Accounting for the old home’s uncommon dimensions, the brothers custom built the glossy black cabinets on site, doing “everything but chopping down the tree,” Christopher laughs.

The family’s past life abroad is still woven into their new abode, with pieces memorializing places and relationships. Argentina lingers in the creamy cowhide rugs, the living room’s classic butterfly chairs, and the custom dining table made of canella wood by Lewis’ favorite carpenter in Buenos Aires, who convinced her to have the top burned inky black, shou sugi ban-style. Her friendship with a Beijing furniture workshop produced her collection of contemporary Chinese tables and cabinets, like the armoires she adapted into grand bedroom nightstands. This mix of styles and materials produces an organic eclecticism that could only emerge from travel. “If we had never left the U.S., our furniture would probably be more elegantly consistent,” Lewis says. “But we’ve really embraced those idiosyncrasies, absorbing all the places we’ve lived.”

Indeed, her design imagination grows richer with each new family home she creates. “I’m no longer the minimalist architect I was 20 years ago when I left Seattle,” she confesses. “We’ve witnessed a lot of change, traveled a lot of miles, and have grown into a typical family of five with all the bright and dark, small and large moments that come with that. Our house reflects those contrasts. There’s a lot going on, yet somehow it all makes sense to us.”

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Right: Benjamin Moore’s After Midnight and a Sarus Mobile chandelier by David Weeks Studio make a statement on the dining room ceiling. Jonathan Adler’s Puzzle Table Lamps and a gold leaf mirror add more gilded accents.

Opposite: A Beads Octo pendant by Winnie Liu for Innermost highlights the living room’s tall ceilings. Lewis outfitted the space with a Raw Leather Argentina rug, Bensen lounge, and custom blue velvet sofa and ottoman made by De Levie in Buenos Aires.

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Above: The kitchen features custom black cabinets with perforated brass doors as well as a backsplash and countertops from Da Vinci Marble. Brass further accents the Rachiele sink, Newport Brass faucets and Ilve range. An Estiluz fixture hangs above the island.

Opposite: In the dining room, Lewis kept a beloved table crafted of canella wood and steel she had custom made by Bonarda BA while living in Buenos Aires. It is joined by Carl Hansen & Søn chairs and a creamy Flor rug.

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Benjamin Moore’s Thousand Oceans envelops the library, where Lewis created a cozy family area with an Oromanta sofa, RH coffee table, armchairs by Buenos Aires’ Cull Deco and a Gino Sarfatti chandelier designed for Flos. The photo, Shanghai Fashion Week, is by Bess Friday.
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Right: Ann Sacks tile clads the walls of the primary bathroom, where the team also installed a vanity painted Dunn-Edwards’ Nightlife. Arabescato marble countertops, Forge Hardware Studio pulls and Illuminate Vintage sconces complete the space.

Opposite: Subtle details underscore the home’s unconventional bent, like Thatcher’s Le Freak wallpaper on the ceiling and the perforated brass detailing of the custom closets. Next to the West Elm bed is a Louis Weisdorf pendant.

CALL OF THE WILD

Northwest of Lake Tahoe, a spacious contemporary abode is redesigned for year-round adventures.

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Interior Design: Jay Jeffers, JayJeffers Inc. Home Builder: Robert Morken, Robert Morken Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Jaclynn Neu, Rock & Rose Nursery + Landscape A protected outdoor living room invites year-round enjoyment. The RH sofa and armchairs are upholstered with woven fabrics by Perennials and paired with Teak Warehouse tables as well as a blue side table by Pfeifer Studio.

Having designed dwellings in the Lake Tahoe region for a decade, Jay Jeffers has had a front-row seat to changes happening within luxury communities like Lahontan and Martis Camp. “I’ve watched the architecture become much more modern,” he says. “And owners are using their homes year-round now.” In this case, San Francisco-based couple Rob Darby and Chad Abbott, who also have an abode in Palm Springs, wanted an alpine escape from the city—one designed to feel as airy in the summer as it does cozy in winter. “Chad is from Alabama, but I grew up in Oregon. We went camping often, so mountains are my happy place,” Rob explains. Jeffers, who had worked with the couple previously, knew just what to do. “This project focused on three things: the architecture of the space, the geographic location and how the clients wanted to live,” he says.

The four-bedroom Martis Camp residence was built several years ago by Truckee-based Kelly & Stone Architects and required only a surface refresh. “We came into this wonderful structure with floors, kitchen, bathrooms all done,” Jeffers recalls. He brought back general contractor Robert Morken to help with a few tweaks, “but he did such a great job on the home originally, there wasn’t much to do,” the designer says. “We changed out the lighting and enhanced what was already there.” The biggest challenge was harmonizing the materials used on the great room’s steel-clad fireplace wall. To one side of the chimney was wood paneling, but to the other was white space. “It was too strong a contrast,” Jeffers says. Covering the double-height expanse of white with an understated blue tartan wallcovering added texture and a tailored feel. “Modern can be cold, so we wanted to warm up the house,” Rob says. “The design is a mix of mountain style and urban sophistication,” Chad adds. “But there are a few unexpected things, too.”

The wallcovering also established the home’s color scheme. “This couple likes strong, but not bright, hues and wanted a neutral palette that felt natural in the mountains without being cliché—this isn’t your average log cabin with antler chandeliers,” Jeffers explains. “But there’s also such strong daylight at this elevation that you have to mute colors to make them feel right,” he adds, explaining that a neutral gray paint can look bright

white in the mountains. Geometric patterns, too, repeat throughout the rooms. “These aren’t floral people,” he says of the clients. “Plus, geometrics can surprise and delight—they might read as one shade, but as you look closer, the pattern reveals itself.”

To furnish the great room, Jeffers found comfortable pieces, like a large sectional upholstered in a soft cotton-linen blend (“You don’t want a big, brown leather sofa here—the temperature could be 100 degrees!” he notes), and vintage European pieces, including a 1970s bar cabinet by Italian furniture designer Aldo Tura and 1950s dining room chairs by midcentury French firm Guillerme et Chambron. “They wanted the rooms to be easy and breezy. Comfortable for themselves, their guests and their beloved Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Winston, too.” Another important component for Jeffers was incorporating pieces from the couple’s art collection, especially paintings by Jennifer Pochinski, Matt Gonzalez and Tricia Strickfaden.

In the more private spaces, Jeffers shifted the palette to greens (a soft sage for the office, a deep pine for the media room) as well as darker rusts and blues, as seen in the primary bedroom. There he again harmonized bold architectural features (this time a glass door and windows of varying sizes) with dark blue walls and matching Roman shades that make the space feel “intentional and cocooned,” he says. Fitting neatly into the bedroom’s picture-window nook is an Eames chaise and ottoman upholstered in plaid. “That was really fun to do,” Jeffers notes. “You can play with a mountain theme—I love having those plaid, cozy elements—but it’s important to not go too far.” Other subtle “mountain moments” in the house include the guest bedroom’s rope lamps and a charcoal-finish bench in the hallway.

Outdoor spaces, especially a covered deck area between the living room and the couple’s bedroom, were designed for any season. “It’s the perfect shady spot in summer, or for a cup of cocoa and a fire in the winter,” the designer says. It’s also the ideal place to commune with the surroundings—the majestic forest that brought the couple here—and enjoy the natural environs that were enhanced with the help of landscape designer Jaclynn Neu. “You can have a mountain abode without making it thematic,” Jeffers adds. “This home has a sophisticated air about it, and it represents the evolution of Tahoe style.”

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Above: The entryway doubles as a reading nook with its Lawson-Fenning armchair and Holly Hunt ottoman. Joining the Aldo Tura bar cabinet, found on 1stdibs, are an Amorph lamp and a collage by Matt Gonzalez. The Yerra rug is from De Sousa Hughes. Opposite: A Montauk Sofa sectional and geometric coffee tables by Jay Jeffers for Arteriors anchor the living room. The Dutch armchairs are upholstered with a Pollack print, and the artwork above the fireplace is by Shawn Savage.
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Right: Benjamin Moore’s Dollar Bill Green and artwork by Matt Phillips set the mood in the media room. A sofa from HD Buttercup and swivel chair by A. Rudin offer cozy seating. The window covering is Casamance fabric with Pindler trim, and the carpet is by Stark.

Opposite: The passage the owners call “the bridge” offers a close-up look at the Aesthetics Wallcoverings wallpaper, sourced from De Sousa Hughes, and a painting by Tricia Strickfaden at right. The bench is by Four Hands.

“THIS COUPLE LIKES STRONG, BUT NOT BRIGHT , HUES AND WANTED A NEUTRAL PALETTE THAT FELT NATURAL IN THE MOUNTAINS WITHOUT BEING CLICHÉ.”
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With a custom headboard upholstered in a Zak+Fox stripe and shades made of a Mark Alexander fabric, the primary bedroom is a cozy retreat. Brownstone Furniture stools complement an Eames lounge chair covered in a Ralph Lauren Home plaid.

Above: Muted reds and blues tie the primary bath to the couple’s bedroom. The shades are crafted from a Mark Alexander textile, and the ceramic stool is by Pfeifer Studio.

Opposite: Streamlined and unfussy, the guest bedroom is outfitted with a CFC steel side table and Palecek pendant lamps. The bed is dressed in linens by Serena & Lily and Williams-Sonoma Home; a Designers Guild fabric shade filters the light.

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MAN OF STEEL

Artist Eric Powell embeds history, archeology and collective memory into his metal sculptures and public projects.

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Eric Powell harvests the raw material for his singular steel sculptures from a variety of places: the bay at low tide, abandoned mines in the Nevada desert, junkyards, flea markets and old machine shops.

A master of bricolage, Powell deftly embeds such objects as rusted old tools, tractor parts, and even a dredged-up, sea-battered boat into his work—which ranges from fine art to large public installations to residential commissions, such as gates and other architectural metalwork.

“There is something powerful about giving these obsolete mechanisms new life,” Powell says. As such, his Berkeley studio is filled with kinetic sculptures and abstract works.

The artist’s love affair with steel started at age 9 when he made sculptures out of coffee cans. Powell later studied art at the California College of the Arts in Oakland before moving to Santa Fe for a time, where he learned to weld.

“Steel is magical, alchemical,” Powell enthuses. “It’s the strongest and most common building material, yet it’s as malleable as clay. Given the right amount of heat and force, you can pound, mold and bend it into virtually any shape.”

Powell’s affinity for using steel to describe the story of a place enriches the functional art he makes for private residences and public spaces. One San Francisco entry gate, for example, is composed of plow and tractor parts unearthed at his client’s Kentucky farm: removed from their original context, they are an elegant reminder of her home. When the Oakland Cultural Affairs Commission enlisted the artist to craft a welcome gate for Bella Vista Park using local artifacts, he combined these with the embedded busts of noteworthy denizens, such as Gertrude Stein.

For the public art piece Archaeology, Powell abstracted objects excavated from the former Wallis Ranch in Dublin, California, to create a powerful, site-specific sculpture that can be climbed on as well as admired. Fabricated in steel with internal armatures, the Stonehenge-scaled pulley, hook, horseshoe and gear illuminate the area’s agrarian history, creating a visual bridge from past to present.

“I love creating work that becomes an integral part of a cityscape or landscape,” says Powell, who recharges with pilgrimages to the desert, where he builds work that is left to the elements. This meditative practice helps hone his creative focus—and allows him to forage for a new trove of discarded treasures to be rendered into art.

Bold metal pieces, including The All Seeing Eye (previous page, right), fill Eric Powell’s studio. The artist uses tools such as a grinder (opposite) to shape his work. Large, finished sculptures (left) and in-process pieces (below) are found throughout the space. Powell displays a collection of welding masks near Portunas an artwork using a boat he salvaged from the bay (bottom). L
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Grand Revival

Architecture: Richard Beard, Richard Beard Architects Interior Design: Jeffry Weisman, Andrew Fisher and Bryn Brugioni, Fisher Weisman Brugioni Home Builder: Tim McDonald, Centric General Contractors
within the envelope of a classic San Francisco manse, a design team expands the space for modern living.
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In the main stairwell, a Fisher Weisman Collection chandelier illuminates a vibrant painting by Chinese artist Song Wei. Phillip Jeffries’ Silk & Abaca II wallcovering wraps the space, extending into the entry hall and adjacent living room.

One might assume that when this elegant Colonial Revival house was built on a Pacific Heights hill back in 1916, its full potential was immediately realized. After all, it was designed by Bliss & Faville, the prestigious architecture firm behind San Francisco’s St. Francis Hotel and Bank of California Building earlier in the century. But, as in other grand homes of the era, the bottom and top floors of this four-story mansion were for staff and storage— and finished sparingly as was the custom of the age. More than 100 years would pass before the opportunity finally came for every one of its nearly 10,000 square feet to shine.

In 2017, established Pacific Heights residents Sean and Jennifer Jeffries purchased the property after consulting with their longtime interior designer, Jeffry Weisman, who confirmed that the home’s upstairs-downstairs floor plan could be converted to meet the needs of their modern family of five and frequent guests. “I love to look at a house like it’s an empty box and see what we can do with the parts that can be moved,” says Weisman, who worked with colleagues Andrew Fisher and Bryn Brugioni. In the case of this historic property, “if we didn’t touch the shell of the house, we pretty much had carte blanche to change the interiors as we wished.” Which is exactly what ensued when architects Richard Beard, Michael Juckiewicz and Rebecca Lischwe, along with general contractor Tim McDonald, signed onto the project. “We literally preserved the outside, propping it up and removing everything within—save for walls in the living room, dining room and entry,” Weisman says of project’s scope.

“Fortunately, the original design had large windows for the style and period that were assets to include,” Beard recalls. “But there were two separate stairways that went to different floors, creating a maze of circulation.” The first order of business was to simplify things by replacing the original stair (which only connected the second and third stories) with a new version that linked all levels of the house, followed by inserting an elevator in the space the service passageways once occupied. The lower floor, formerly a warren of utility rooms, was then reorganized in a way where hardworking spaces (garage, laundry and mudroom) live alongside oases of relaxation (a pair of guest suites, a wine cellar and a project room).

“By connecting everything, it really began to feel like a family house,” Weisman says.

Next, the design team expanded the primary bedroom. They incorporated an adjacent guest room and bath to give the owners a vestibule entry along with a pair of dressing rooms and baths. The kitchen was also reconfigured to better accommodate dinner parties and the baking exploits of three teenage girls. With that same trio in mind, the attic was reimagined with a lounge and bedroom suite.

Never ones to completely do away with a client’s existing furnishings for the sake of a clean slate, the designers incorporated many of the family’s treasured pieces, from antique carpets and artworks to a pair of Chinese lacquered armoires. These helped inspire a serene color palette punctuated by fabrics in rich teal and berry tones as well as a peacock-hued powder room and a butler’s pantry lacquered top to bottom in deep blue.

In the formal dining room, Fisher took cues from the sunlight flooding the space when designing a scheme devised “to glow and seduce,” Weisman says. Hand-painted silk in a warm shade of apricot wraps the walls, its swirling pattern continuing onto valances that crown coral-andgold draperies. Seemingly floating in the plane between a sunburst-patterned carpet and the gilded tea-paper ceiling are twin chandeliers and a pair of dining tables finished in shimmering gold.

When creating such pieces for a historic home, “we don’t really look to the past,” Weisman notes. “We’re making a new vision—here it was about using classical roots in a fresh way to produce something that functions for how people live today.” For example, the Jeffries family unapologetically watches movies in their formal living room; to facilitate this, the designers sourced a wall-mounted television that’s so thin, a painting can be hung over it. For the girls’ attic lounge, they chose a fanciful hanging sofa for study sessions, and, in the kitchen, there’s a large island for casual meals and afterschool hangouts. “I’ve always wanted ours to be the house where the kids and their friends could come and feel comfortable,” Jennifer says. “A place that’s open and warm with nothing too precious.”

Glamorous though these rooms may seem when a gilded surface catches the flicker of evening candlelight, the design team has given her that here. “We were able to create a feeling of low-key luxury from the front door straight to the back,” Weisman says. “In every direction, it feels like a soft, beautiful journey.”

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Above: The entry hall’s antique rug introduces rich color and texture into the home. A 1960s Mexican lacquered bar cabinet is flanked by a pair of chairs upholstered in an Opuzen mohair. Opposite: A vintage carpet in shades of blue, tan and brown echoes the patina of a coffee table by Philip and Kelvin LaVerne. The palette extends to a Lee Jofa-upholstered sofa and Jean de Merry chairs in a Neisha Crosland stripe.
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Two 19th-century Chinese lacquered armoires flank a fireplace with a carved marble surround by Chesneys. Placed above it is artwork by Gary Ruddell. The custom armchairs are covered in Rose Tarlow Melrose House’s Armadillo fabric.

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Right: The new pantry’s cabinetry by IK Design, Inc. is lacquered in a deep blue and accented with Nanz brass hardware. Above are nickeland-glass lanterns by Vaughan.

Opposite: Painted in Benjamin Moore’s Super White, the kitchen cabinets are topped by Calacatta Michelangelo marble from Integrated Resources Group. Alison Berger Glassworks’ Word pendants feature hand-blown glass globes with etched script.

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Right: The top-floor living space

“seemed right for a bit of fantasy, so we made this hanging sofa— and it’s the eldest daughter’s favorite place to study,” says designer Jeffry Weisman. The wool-and-silk carpet is by Mark Nelson Designs.

Opposite: “The client has three daughters, so we got to do a very girly playroom,” Weisman notes. He furnished the former attic space with a bespoke writing table, a Venetian glass chandelier and a Liaigre daybed upholstered in Glant Textiles’ Cord du Maroc fabric.

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ICONS + INNOVATORS

Within any industry, profession or creative community, there are icons and there are innovators. Those in the first group—the icons—have a storied history and abiding level of expertise that has placed them at the very top of their field. While the second—the innovators—are discovering new ideas and ways of working that bring energy and ingenuity to their craft. And an important point not to be overlooked is that in many instances icons and innovators are one and the same. In this special section, Luxe Interiors + Design celebrates these enduring leaders and forward-thinking visionaries whose commitment to what they do and the people they do it for is both far-reaching and long-lasting.

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There are many window and door manufacturers, but they don’t all strive to bridge industry gaps. Enter, Glass Concepts. After working as a sales rep in the trade for 10 years, Jeff Wilcox noticed an issue no one else seemed to be addressing: direct, collective communication between the architect, homeowner, builder and manufacturer about the selection and installation of windows and doors wasn’t happening. “I founded Glass Concepts and made solving this my mission,” he shares. Today, the firm has become a go-to resource for trade pros and homeowners alike. It is known for the smooth process and expert advice its team offers. And that team is what Wilcox is most focused on. “At this point in my career,

excited to be working with my young sales team—to have the opportunity to teach this generation my craft and appreciation for the beauty and function of window and door design.”

ON THE FRONTIER

Wilcox shares the details of his most innovative moments.

• An inventive story. In 2002, an architect came to me to craft a push-out casement window that was not available except through custom design. I went down to a local hardware store, grabbed a few things, put them on a Loewen clad window and sent it back to the factory. Within a year, Loewen was launching its push-out casement window at the annual International Builders’ Show. Fast-forward 20 years, every manufacturer has one.

• Lasting legacies. I’ve been on the forefront of quite a few industry trends, including bifolding door systems, thermally-broken steel windows and doors, exporting Loewen windows to China, featuring full-size designs in our showroom, minimizing window frames, exterior anodized finishes and more.

Top In the Seadrift house, application of windows and doors is on masterful display. This project was a collaboration with Steve Wisenbaker Architects and Kasten Builders. Bottom Designed by Steven Wisenbaker Architects and built by Kasten Builders, the Goodhill estate takes advantage of its breathtaking views.

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When old-world artistry is combined with multigenerational expertise and a passion for innovative ideas, iconic design is the result. For more than a century, the family behind Phoenix Day has been designing and customcrafting exceptional lighting fixtures in the Bay Area. “We are proud to be considered San Francisco’s sixth-oldest continually-operating business and to remain family-owned and operated,” says Tony Brenta, who’s been leading Phoenix Day since 2008. Producing many of San Francisco’s most iconic lighting fixtures put Phoenix Day on the map as a leading lighting manufacturer and their continued commitment to quality craftsmanship and innovation keeps them there. “We’re currently focused on new product design, while maintaining our full-custom capabilities. It’s a challenge doing both, but

have become quite good at adapting and evolving over the past hundred-plus years.”

AN ENDURING ICON

• Describe the materials and styles that define your pieces. We fabricate our fixtures primarily out of solid brass, but also work in copper, steel and aluminum. These materials are often machined, soldered, finished and assembled in-house. When you buy a Phoenix Day fixture you will receive a handmade product with heirloom quality.

• How is technology playing a role in your work?

We are excited about LED technology. It is simply inspirational and has had an amazing impact on our new and custom designs and our projects.

• What’s new?

A new design that we are very excited about is a cast glass sconce and matching pendant that is offered in three sizes. It began as a custom project we then modified into a product line. Our friends at our local glass studio are making the cast glass and a perfect blanket of warm dimmable LED light illuminates it.

• Talk about the legacy you wish to leave behind.

Top Phoenix Day recently restored the Curran theatre’s 100-year-old crystal chandelier, which was originally built by their predecessors. Right When Phoenix Day restores one of their historic pieces the original drawings come along with the refreshed piece.

To be remembered for the outstanding projects we’ve worked on, from designing and fabricating the fixtures for the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite to our stunning Pharmacy Floor Lamp for the home.

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“Our enduring mission is to handcraft quality products that combine our historic traditions with a modern aesthetic.”
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We are among the few leading manufactures of high-quality, handcrafted lighting fixtures in the country whose product is made entirely in the United States.

Blending old-world artistry with designs that are at once classic and cutting-edge is what makes an icon truly innovative. Celebrating 50 years of excellence, Thos. Moser continues to break new ground using traditional forms, the highest-quality hardwoods and superior craftsmanship to produce simple, yet sophisticated furniture. “Thos. Moser was founded with the intent of restoring the lost art of making furniture well,” says regional manager, Philip Collins. “Today there are some 70 men and women in our workshop who craft pieces the same way we did at the start: one piece, one craftsman, one signature.” To mark this important milestone, Thos. Moser introduces an elegant, limited-edition chair. “The 1972 Chair pairs Tom Moser’s iconic design motifs and the sculptural influences of his son, David. Like all of our designs, it is enduring, timeless and, most importantly, comfortable.”

LEARNING FROM THE PAST

“Tom Moser had a lifelong love for furniture and fine antiques,” Collins shares. “Through a process of discovery and exploration, he learned to scribe dovetails by reading old tool marks, to create lasting through tenons by examining ones that had failed and to understand the unique characteristics of each hardwood species. By studying the mastery of past designs, he developed a deep understanding and appreciation for the inner architecture of the pieces made by craftspeople who came before him.”

CRAFT AND CONVERSATION

Thos. Moser uses only the finest American hardwood in their designs. Collins says: “We’ve developed close relationships with our suppliers, all of whom practice sustainable harvesting methods to ensure the health and longevity of the forests. Additionally, we avoid using paints or stains and instead opt for a finish that highlights the wood’s natural beauty.”

Top Sculptural in form, the Edo Collection blends high style and sophistication with the mellow beauty of walnut. Far left The Vita Bed’s distinct lines and artistic form make it as timeless as it is innovative. Left Crafted in walnut, the Studio Lounge Chair and Ottoman invite one to relax in comfort and style.

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“We build simple, graceful furniture that celebrates the natural beauty of wood and is crafted for a long useful life.”
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Making the most of each property’s assets has become increasingly important to homeowners. Since 2008, Randy Martin and his team at Trailscape, Inc. have been designing and constructing trails that maximize each property’s unique potential and increase value and safety. “We build trails for both private residences and public entities that connect people to nature, protect families and homes from fire, are a desirable selling point and provide a legacy for future generations,” Martin says. Trailscape’s enduring success is based on their unique knowledge. “Trail building involves both art and science,” Martin adds. “The art is augmenting nature’s beauty and giving the user a sense of flow, while the science is solving multiple terrain challenges to create a trail that will provide delight for decades to come.”

HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU

Randy Martin shares his insights on what it takes to build a beloved trail and an iconic firm.

• Share the key to your firm’s success.

Hiring a good, solid team. Our crews are made up of people who care, communicate and listen, listen, listen.

• What services set you apart? We recently launched a maintenance initiative with a highly-skilled crew that can service the approximately 350 miles of trail we’ve built over the past 14 years.

• What’s new and next? We’re in the midst of creating approximately 15 miles of ski lift-accessible biking trails at Dodge Ridge Ski Resort that provide access to its scenic beauty year-round. We’ve also engaged with East Bay Regional Parks to build trails that will be enjoyed by thousands of people and animals. In addition, we are hosting a series of “Open Trail” parties where family, friends and neighbors can hike some of the amazing trails we’ve created on California’s most stunning private estates.

Top Trailscape works with the beauty and rhythm of nature to provide greater access and heightened safety for those who love the out of doors.

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“Our trails allow access to previously impassible land and act as an effective fire break to protect families and property.”
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Using innovative marketing, cutting-edge technology, exclusive off-market opportunities and unmatched expertise, the Stafford Real Estate Group delivers proven results for their sellers, buyers and investors. The confidence of partnering with these premier local experts is a true luxury. Contact the Stafford Real Estate Group to achieve the ultimate in real estate goals. staffordgroupre.com | 760.807.1514

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TIDAL INTERIORS

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S O CAL’S PREMIER APPLIANCE RETAILER HOWARD’S

Proudly serving customers for over 75 years, Howard’s is Southern California’s premium independent appliance retailer offering exceptional appliances, TVs and mattresses. With knowledgeable product experts, an expansive array of products and 15 locations, Howard’s helps customers purchase great products for their homes. howards.com | 844.469.2737

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Securing valuable jewelry and watches in an elegant safe provides true peace of mind. Casoro’s ready-to-ship and custom-designed safes combine maximum burglar and fire protection, convenient organization, programmable watch winders and exotic woods with expert design assistance and white-glove delivery.

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DORA BRIGHAM INTERIORS

After 26 years in the interior design industry in Orange County, Dora Brigham Interiors continues to provide unique and functional spaces for its clients. The team’s experience spans from contemporary to traditional, custom new builds to remodels, with every design reflecting the client’s look and lifestyle. dorabrighaminteriors.com | 714.743.9247

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PAYTON ADDISON, INTERIOR DESIGN ATELIER

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LETICIA DEMEUSE FINE ART

Reflecting both her extensive travels and the beauty of everyday life in Southern California, Leticia Demeuse is a Brazilian-born, SoCal artist whose celebrated works can be found in private collections across the U.S., Europe and South America. Always fascinated with Brazilian modernist architecture, Demeuse loves to deconstruct its forms in order to find them later in her work. Visit Demeuse’s online gallery to explore her paintings and make a unique impact with bespoke abstract art.

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CUSTOM GLASS SPECIALTIES

As expert custom glass contractors, Custom Glass Specialties serves both residential and commercial clients in San Diego County. They design, cut and install custom glass showers, glass doors, glass walls, glass stairs, custom mirrors and glass storefronts. If it involves top-quality custom glass work, Custom Glass Specialties can do it!

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D CHRISTJAN FINE CABINETRY

D Christjan creates handcrafted cabinetry that has the look and feel of fine furniture. Their exceptional workmanship and unique designs result in outstanding cabinets and storage solutions that enhance every space and elevate every lifestyle.

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ZOOI DESIGN STUDIO

Award-winning design studio, Zooi, has arrived in the United States to provide comprehensive construction and design services. A trusted Ukrainian firm, they take on residential and commercial projects of every size and scale. For more than 15 years, Zooi has delivered unique, comfortable interiors that elevate daily life.

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