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Interior designer Mark Weaver, who divides his time between Los Angeles and Santa Barabara, has been a force for the art and design communities in Southern California since launching his firm in 1970.
Venice-based interior designer Stephanie Hauptli may have grown up in Zurich and Paris, but we’re going to claim her as an Angeleno.
Hansgrohe has long been at the fore of kitchen and bathroom fixtures. Founded in Germany’s Black Forest region in 1901, the manufacturer, which also produces Axor, its designer line, has won numerous awards for such inventive products as the multiple-spray hand showers and special water-saving technologies.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Canadian manufacturer Blu Bathworks. Designer and founder Michael Gottschalk has developed an internationally renowned brand that melds bold architectural bath ware that balances form and function, while keeping sustainability and environmental factors at the core of its philosophy.
One of our favorite purveyors of luxury wellness designs for the home—a booming market, is Purificare. We’ve blogged about them in the past (like our post on their Jee-O outdoor shower earlier this year) but we wanted to show you just a little bit more of what offer, like their bold range of tubs, sleek outdoor foot showers, and their incredible architect-designed home spa concept, Sasha by Jacuzzi.
A look at three of our favorite items: the PacoJet ice cream maker, BlueStar's new refrigeration line and Jenn-Air's sleek new glass cooktop.
Since 1899, German manufacturing firm Miele has been producing luxury appliances in their signature minimalist style. Every year brings exciting additions to their coveted lines but what remains a constant is the brand’s signature delivery and installation offer. Miele’s unique concierge program is often what seals the deal for our clients because it adds an extra level of assuredness to the purchase.
Thomas Callaway, a triple-threat designer of interiors, architecture and gardens, has been a fixture on the L.A. design scene for some twenty-five years, creating homes for well-know clients including Larry David and Alan Ladd, Jr.
What comes to mind when you hear of Switzerland, or when you hear about Swiss design, in particular—watches and Swiss Army knives, Le Corbusier, or maybe Toblerone’s triangular chocolate bars?