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The West Hollywood abode of an all-star composer, where glass and concrete create a perfect harmony
Rapt Studio is setting the standard for working hard and playing harder
Six pioneers of the modeling industry prove they only get better with age
After dark with Mark and Jonnie Houston
Take a tour of his sleek midcentury house
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Having lent their sleek urban style touch to the likes of Facebook’s and Google’s California offices, the L.A. Shake Shack, and the Ferry Building’s Hog Island Oyster Co.,
Marcus Shingles’ to-do list is daunting to say the least—at the top: Make exponential progress on the world’s biggest problems and do it all on a defined timetable.
The Race of Gentlemen was founded four years ago in Wildwood, N.J., on a formula of sand, sun and speed.
Originally in film production, John Wolf began researching the L.A. art scene in 2009 when he started his own collection—
With his midcentury San Diego home, architect John Ike, of celebrated firm Ike Kligerman Barkley, puts a new spin on California’s indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
Inspired by California seaside homes in his family’s storied past, architect Lewis W. Butler built a Stinson Beach retreat for his parents to enjoy year-round.
With the Bay Area’s spectacular scenery as a backdrop, this private basketball Setup is the stuff hoop dreams are made of.