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Inside Mid Century Mobler's Goldmine of a Furniture Warehouse

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Just how far a passion for discovering covetable design can take you depends on how far you’re willing to go to get it.

Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area to Hit Up Now

Hung Liu

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Hung Liu is one of the most significant Chinese painters working in the U.S., and for the first time a major retrospective of her exquisite and thought-provoking artwork can be seen at the Oakland Museum of California.

The Vision Behind Freda Salvador's First Store

The Vision Behind Freda Salvador's First Store

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After three widely successful seasons of designing shoes, Freda Salvador finally has a San Francisco storefront to call its own.

The de Young Showcases Floral Design with Bouquets to Art 2013

Natasha Lisitsa, Waterlily Pond Floral Design

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If you take a stroll through San Francisco’s de Young Museum this week, not only will you be hit with sweet smells of roses, jasmine, and lilies, but also you’ll probably notice replicas of much of the art on display.

March's Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area

Passenger Train, I-680, Benicia, CA. by Johnna Arnold. Courtesy of Traywick Cont

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Massive desolate urban landscapes, sometimes dotted with one lone figure make Johnna Arnold’s large-scale photographs both eerie and captivating. 

The Abbot's Cellar Honors its Architectural History

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Located in a historic brick and timber building in San Francisco’s Mission District, The Abbot's Cellar is on the site of the former Valencia Hotel, which was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake.

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