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“I have the most amazing playground in the world right in front of the house,” says David James, owner of a contemporary Manhattan Beach dwelling that he commissioned prolific Beach Cities architect Michael Lee to design.
Even by Studio Rick Joy’s standards, Tubac House is of uncommon stature. Located south of Tucson, roughly 25 miles from the northern Mexico border, the project exploits and explores a relationship to worlds both immediate and distant.
The sunlit Palos Verdes villa offered by Megan Neel—approximately 11,000 square feet in size—is perched on approximately 200 feet of peninsula oceanfront, and no matter where one roams on the five-bedroom property, one is always aware of this happy fact.
Marketers continue to preach quick fix “silver bullets” and sure-fire tactics that will single-handedly hit the target and create instantaneous success. Better to think in terms of butterflies.
Interior designer, Kelly Hoppen saw her future home and channeled over a year’s worth of work into transforming the 7,000-square-foot space into what now is a showcase of her signatures.
A striking brownstone-inspired structure composed of light brick cladding and steel-frame windows to capture the sunlight reflecting off of the aquatic waterways, replete with bright and airy interiors boasting a breathtaking mix of modern features and timeless details.
1615 Blue Jay Way commands views of the city and a choice locale near the Sunset Strip— just a few reasons why this newly built tri-level residence in the Hollywood Hills is an ultra-hot commodity offered by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland and Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker.
DIGS officially turned 10 this month, and I’m in awe how fast the time has passed. For me, it can be summed up as 240 reasons to be thankful – that’s how many South Bay DIGS magazines have been published since the very first one on October 7th, 2010.
520 13th Street is a striking new Manhattan Beach home, steps from downtown and with a neat floorplan marked by strong lines decked in super-fine features, notably Italian marble, exemplifies this idea offered by Lauren Forbes and John Corrales of Compass.