425 Magagzine's Resort Home of the Year is located in Lake Chelan. A mix between modern and farmhouse, the resdience is designed with entertainment in mind during the summer and winter. Christy Lynn Abram gives us on an inside look in "Meet me at Lake Chelan".
San Francisco Chronicle recently published this stunning Tiburon, CA remodel in the article titled Retractable glass walls create exemplary indoor/outdoor living in Tiburon that uses multiple NanaWall HSW single-track sliding systems to completely open up the home to panoramic views of the Bay Area. Here's an inside look into this $13.5 million home.
The famed Painted Ladies of San Francisco is an iconic landmark representing our City by the Bay (or as us locals call it, The City). When you think San Francisco, you think Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, Lombard Street, a city known for great food and wine, the 49ers, the foggiest summers ever, and of course, the colorful row of Victorian homes, the Painted Ladies.
Perhaps you have heard the term Net-Zero, and if not, you have likely heard the term "carbon footprint." You want to live responsibly and well. Today we are going to look at one way to make that happen, specifically: what is Net-Zero and why is it important?
Collaborative work spaces seek to strike a balance between the employees output when it is enhanced by greater access to co-workers with the basic need for quiet and privacy for concentration. With the advent of millennials entering the workforce in greater numbers, offering spaces that not only attract good employees but retain them, is also driving the trend toward office spaces that reflect the modern employee.