Not Your Grandmother’s Kitchen Sink: the eUnit Kitchen

“Smart homes” have been getting more and more attention in the contemporary design world, and for good reason. With the uptick in appliances and home systems that foreground precise, remote control, homeowners have the opportunity to conveniently and ecologically manage their highest-consumption rooms. In California, where water recycling and conservation are hot topics, we’re especially […]

Mid-Century Modern Dimensional Tiles

Creating a distinctive, high-impact interior design requires a special attention to finishes. After all, the very same footprint can go in wildly different directions depending on materials, colors, and texture. All of this influences the ultimate feel of your space. In this post, we highlight the custom mid-century modern dimensional tiles by Heath Ceramics: an […]

Made in the Shade: Lighting Control Systems

In this post, we look at systems for efficient, elegant, and adjustable lighting and shade control in residential and commercial spaces alike. J|Geiger Shading Technology J|Geiger is a patented window shading system designed to be exposed, eliminating the need for fascias, valances and boxes. This unique design means the end of unsightly wires, screws or fasteners. […]

Robert Stacy-Judd, 1884-1975 Guest house in the Indian Village at Soboba Hot Springs (San Jacinto, Calif.)- Maricopa, circa 1928 hand-colored postcard- 3 1:2 x 5 1:2 in. Robert Stacy-Judd Papers, Art, Design + Architecture Museum, UCSB

Cliff May and the California Ranch House Ideal

Above image credit: Robert Stacy-Judd, 1884-1975 Guest house in the Indian Village at Soboba Hot Springs (San Jacinto, Calif.)- Maricopa, circa 1928 hand-colored postcard- 3 1:2 x 5 1:2 in. Robert Stacy-Judd Papers, Art, Design + Architecture Museum, UCSB In this post, we take a look at the illustrious career of Cliff May, the American […]

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