Category Archives: Inspirational Architecture
On March 21, the Danville Town Council recognized the achievement of Castle Companies for the rehabilitation of what has been the centerpiece of the historic downtown since the 1890s.
The making of quality wine is a complex endeavor, dependent on careful decisions and the management of many real and unpredictable conditions. The soil, topography and climate combine their influences to create, what the French call, terroir (tare-WAH). The experience of the winemaker, the skilled hands of field workers and terroir all find their voice […]
The 2017 International Builders’ Show (IBS) wrapped up on January 12th in Orlando, Florida. With more than 80,000 participants and 1,500 exhibitors filling the halls of one of the largest convention facilities in the world, you could truly say this show was “Yuge.” An underlying nervousness could be felt, however, in many of the presentations […]
Millennium Tower is one of the most glamorous and expensive places to live in San Francisco. A symbol of wealth, it is home to many of the City’s sports stars and tech moguls. With each of its units selling for millions of dollars, residents are understandably furious to find out the building is sinking.
After a three-year closure, the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) finally reopened its doors in May. The expansion includes 170,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor gallery space showcasing the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection, one of the world’s greatest private collections of contemporary art. SFMOMA Director Neal Benezra describes the […]
This is the first article in a series of articles to follow in the coming months regarding the Laguna Niguel ‘Crestavilla’ Seniors project. Crestavilla, currently under construction in Laguna Niguel, boasts numerous unique attributes. It is a hillside resort, offering “inspired coastal living for seniors.” The campus consists of 201 residential units comprised of Independent […]