Posts By: Rebecca Bedrossian

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Look Closer: SFDW Kicks Off Strong

On the evening of June 4, over 2,500 people gathered at Pier 27 for the start of SF Design Week. The impressive cruise ship terminal transformed into the center for all things design, where lighting and furniture met interactive play, and guests mingled amidst the monolithic letterforms of SFDW and played digital ping pong thanks

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Inside Out: Judy Kameon of Elysian Landscapes

Article originally published on the Heath Ceramics blog.  Bringing the inside out (and the outside in) is a big part of Heath’s design DNA. Coming of age as we did in California, the outdoors was an inherent part of who we were. In fact, you could say that we and our tile were instrumental in

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Architecture Abounds in San Francisco

Take a look at San Francisco’s skyline and you’d be hard pressed to pinpoint one particular style—and that’s a good thing. From skyscrapers to Victorians and everything in between, there’s no shortage of beautiful buildings. Think Gothic Revival, Beaux-Arts, Modern, decorative flourishes, adaptive re-use, and even Byzantine. These architectural styles converge in a way that’s

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Bohlin Cywinski Jackson SF Celebrates 50 Years

This Thursday, join Bohlin Cywinski Jackson for a special exhibition celebrating 50 years of architectural practice. Images and artifacts from projects completed during the past five decades will be on display at the San Francisco office. This is a great opportunity to add some architecture and history to your First Thursday evening. April 2, 2015 |

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Looking Closer

We are constantly shaping the world around us. From the buildings we work in to the roads we used to arrive at them, from the tools that we work with to the ways we unwind—nearly everything that surrounds us has been designed. And, as it often should, much of this great design amidst us goes