Style + Design
Famed architect Earl B. Bertz built houses all over San Francisco's Lake Street, El Camino del Mar, and 28th Avenue in the 1920s. This pricey mansion is one of the only homes that retains many of its original jazz-age touches.
“We wanted to bring elements of our Berkeley store in here,” says Randy Brewer of his new boutique, Convert Man, in Hayes Valley. The 1100-square-foot space expands the retailer’s Made-in-USA and eco-conscious philosophy into SF’s famously indie neighborhood, and joins Convert Shoes and the original Convert, both on Fourth Street in Berkeley.
Over the last few days, Andrey Melnichenko‘s stunning yacht “A” has been spotted around the San Francisco Bay. One of the most famous yachts in the world, it was designed by Philippe Starck, and was completed in 2008 at a reported cost of $323 million.
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This two-level, circa-1900, Edwardian condo in Lower Pac Heights is a thousand times sexier on the inside than it appears from the sidewalk.
The traditional gift for a fifth anniversary is something made of wood. To celebrate its own fifth anniversary, San Francisco-based design shop Marine Layer, home of super soft cotton and beechwood fiber clothing decorated with 1970s-esque graphics, is gifting you with designs of t-shirts past.