DIGStv with Constance Dunn gives you a exclusive behind the scenes look around Meridith Baer Home’s massive Los Angeles interior design and home furnishing warehouse lead by famed interior designer and home stager Meridith Baer herself.
Meridith Baer discusses how she transition from screen writer in her 50s to become one of the most well known names in interior design for the last decade, with all the challenges and the payoffs — an inspiring storying of a self made woman in business.
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DIGStv talks to Steve Glenn, founder and CEO of LivingHomes, a well known eco-friendly company that work with leading architects to create lines of homes that feature modern form and functionality plus an unprecedented level of healthy / sustainability materials and energy systems.
Steve Glenn takes us through the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum home in the world, built in 2006 that features green products and appliances from literal floor to ceiling, inside and out.
DIGStv with Constance Dunn takes you back into the late when 1800’s a carpenter named Micajah Thomas built his home in Redondo Beach: a two-story Queen Anne Victorian with three bedrooms, a parlor, and all the latest trimmings—from a decorative ceiling in the foyer to a second floor cooling porch flush with lace-web porch supports.
More than a century later, the oldest-standing home in town rests upon a sedate block of S. Francisca Avenue, preserved in impeccable state, all the way down to its original details, including gleaming wood floors and brick parlor fireplace to panes in the windows and crystal cut knobs on raised paneled doors.
“There’s a theory that it might have been built in 1888,” says Horrell, granddaughter of the firm’s founder Kay Horrell. “But there were no city records prior to 1892, so they officially dubbed it, ‘The Birthday House.’” One that is well worth celebration.
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In this episode of DIGStv we talk to Tyler Gugliotta, Torrance-born head chef of new Hermosa Beach restaurant Baran’s 2239. Tyler cooks us a new dish on their menu and gives us a few tips along the way! Come with us to see a little behind the scenes at Baran’s and what makes their homemade pasta so delicious.
Food Photographer — Lori Hirsch Stokoe
502 PACFIC COAST HIGHWAY
HERMOSA BEACH, CA 90254
424.247.8468 | http://www.barans2239.com
DIGStv looks at the real estate impact of the NFL moving into Los Angeles. The LA Rams have finished their first season back in Los Angeles, and the now LA Chargers are on their way for the 2017-2018 NFL Season. Without a doubt, the new Inglewood stadium effort, much more than merely a stunning new complex, will have wider macroeconomic effects in Los Angeles. Constance Dunn discusses the stadium effort and the wider real estate impact with NFL Network’s Dan Hellie, plus SportStar Relocation and nationally ranked realtor Ed Kaminsky.
In this episode of DIGStv we talk with fashion icon and NBA super-fan, James Goldstein, often known for his eclectic fashion sense and his persistent court-side attendance to Lakers and Clippers games in Los Angeles. James Goldstein’s home is perhaps what he’s most well known for, coined the Sheats Goldstein Residence, which is a property with a star studded history.
Appearing in The Big Lebowski, Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, fashion magazines the world over, and numerous music videos including Snoop Dogg and Pharrell William’s 2004 hit “Let’s Get Blown,” Nelly and Jeremiah’s 2015 hit “The Fix” and many others, its most easily recognized by its triangular architecture.
This home has hosted a huge number of Hollywood elites, private parties and the private club included on the property can be rented out at your leisure for $25,000 a night! We talk with James about the story of this incredible home and the decision to donate the home to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
In this episode of DIGStv, we take a look at architecture from three very different perspectives: Architects, Realtors and the Owners. How does a home become a work of art? How do you preserve them for generations to come? We take you through the stories of three iconic architectural homes, and discuss the history of each home and the people involved, including Edward Niles, Zoltan Pali and Dion Neutra.
We also talk with Realtors Cosby Doe of Crosby Doe Associates and Ari Afshar of Compass Realty about the challenges and what it takes to sell architecturally significant homes to the right buyer who will help take initiative to preserve each home as a piece of art.
DIGStv sat down with Profession Surfers Alex Gray and Cheyne Magnusson, both sponsored by South Bay locals Body Glove. Get a little taste what’s it like to live the endless summer, leaving town at a moment’s notice.
Not to miss an achitectural gem in Malibu, California right up against the water, perfect for a surfer at heart. Kite Boarders were even hanging out that day down the beach!
DIGStv met up with Raju Chhabria of Shorewood Realtors in the South Bay of Los Angeles at his Torrance office to discuss his success and a couple active projects.
In 2015, Raju Chhabria was nationally ranked in the Top 15 Realtors by sales volume, selling nearly $300,000,000 in home sales in the Southern California real estate market. Raju talks what helps him stand apart from other agents. Then Raju Chhabria takes DIGS through a couple of his recent listings listings in Palos Verdes Estates and Manhattan Beach.
Growing up in a family heavily involved in real estate, James Sanders learned the industry’s many ins-and-outs at a young age. After earning a degree in real estate finance from USC, Sanders quickly rose as a top agent for Re/Max Palos Verdes Realty, where he has been a consistently high producer for over 20 years, earning numerous accolades, including being inducted into Re/Max’s Hall of Fame.
Here, Sanders talks with DIGS about his passion for selling real estate, keys values as a broker and involvement with the South Bay community.
Then DIGStv takes a look inside several active luxurious Ocean front and Strand homes in the South Bay Los Angeles, from Redondo Beach to North Manhattan Beach.
DIGStv sits down with famed artist and graphic designer John Van Hamersveld, creator of The Endless Summer film poster, to discuss some of his past, present and future.
Also an inside look at the Thom Mayne and Pritzker price winning architectural masterpiece in Hermosa Beach, California deemed the tallest home in Hermosa Beach. Located directly between the Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach piers, well-known Realtor and Architectural home specialist Gerard Bisignano of Vista Sotheby’s International takes us through this gorgeous home.