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An outstanding rendition of classic Modernism, built from the ground up by one of today's most influential taste makers and curators.

A radical, Mid-Century riff on Japanese temple architecture that could only have occured in Marin County.

A c.1954 Modernist gem in Bel Air, beautifully rejuvenated and expanded by a Neutra expert.

Tucked into a very private site between in Noe Valley, this beautifully reinvented cottage evokes the romance of Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City”.

With a nod to the mid-century Usonian houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, using materials the master could only dream of, in an incomparable setting.

Houses have personalities. This one’s a joy to be in.

In the best possible way, with handsome co-working spaces off the lobby that get you out of the house but not as far as the office.

The renovated ’60s home is as warm, intelligent and witty as its owner.

LA Developer Noa Strauss looks at every project as if it were his own home; the business of flipping allows him to be a stay-at-home dad.

Deep tones and great details bring this Fillmore cottage up-to-date.