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Heath Ceramics Brings Timeless Design to Wall Clocks Exhibit

Originally published on California Home + Design

In these days of high-tech gadgets, smartphones, and smartwatches, it seems like wall clocks are quickly becoming relics of the past - but not for Heath Ceramics. The famed artisan pottery company is kicking off its Design in Time exhibition that’s all about these classic timepieces.

Bay Area Design Agenda

“San Francisco” by Rebecca Sutherland

Originally published on California Home + Design 

Check out what creativity is being unveiled in your 'hood with this week's design roundup! 

New Exhibit at the Museum of Craft and Design Showcases the Everyday Unique

Museum of Craft and Design

Originally published on California Home + Design

All objects that we come across in our daily lives include elements of design, whether it’s the home we live in, a toothbrush, or even potato chips. Some designers focus on function, others on beauty, and many aim to combine several factors. A new exhibit at San Francisco’s Museum of Craft and Design explores new design spins on everyday objects.

SF Agenda: Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area

Originally published on California Home + Design

Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) is hosting its annual Dining by Design San Francisco gala dinner this month.

SF Agenda: Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area

San Francisco Design Center

Originally published on California Home + Design

Coming from Andean llamas, alpaca fleece is known as one of the warmest and softest natural fibers around. The San Francisco Design Center is hosting a talk about this magical fiber and the different kinds of textiles that use it.

This Week's Bay Area Design Agenda

Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com

One of the biggest design festivals of the year kicks off this week: Architecture and the City.

Don't-Miss Design and Arts Events in the Bay Area

GG Bridge

Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com

Millions of people from around the world have visited the Golden Gate Bridge just to witness its sheer beauty. When this bridge and its sister bridge, the original San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, were constructed, they were considered to be two of the most impressive engineering feats of the century.

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