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  • No One Knows Anything

    No One Knows Anything

    Ignore marketers who claim to have the secret formula for success – it doesn’t exist. You don’t know until you know.  And if you know because the market has responded favorably, then you keep...

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  • No One Knows Anything

    No One Knows Anything

    If artists and the music industry know-how to make hit songs, why don’t they just make them? The post No One Knows Anything appeared first on Digs.net.

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  • The Makers Market

    The Makers Market

    When it comes to offering a vast selection of unique and meaningful gifts, home décor, fashion and jewelry hand-crafted by artisans worldwide, nonprofit retailer Ten Thousand Villages in Redondo...

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  • The Palos Verdes Good life

    The Palos Verdes Good life

    Not long after arriving from India, Raju Chhabria drove to Palos Verdes for a job interview. “I looked around and thought, ‘this place is beautiful. Someday I want to own a house here.’”... The...

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  • Dream Homes With Elegance

    Dream Homes With Elegance

    Living an elaborate coastal lifestyle is effortless at this custom Craftsman-style estate, which includes exclusive deeded access to Little Dume Beach, home to some of the best surfing in the...

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  • Unparalleled Quality In L.A.

    Unparalleled Quality In L.A.

    Originally designed by noted architect Paul Williams in the 1930s, this stately Bel-Air estate once owned by late L.A. Rams owner Georgia Frontiere has since been fully remodeled and expanded by...

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  • A Reimagined Resort & An Island Utopia

    A Reimagined Resort & An Island Utopia

    Following a $21 million reimagination and renovation of its 357 guestrooms, conference center, and executive board room, the former Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa reemerges this month as San Diego...

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  • Heath Ceramics: A Cabin As A Physical Extension

    Heath Ceramics: A Cabin As A Physical Extension

    Whether modest A-frame or A-level chalet, the cabin is one of the most democratic forms of architecture ever imagined and, perhaps because of its historically egalitarian quality, endures. The...

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  • Artfully Done

    Artfully Done

    Creating a home that seamlessly blends art, architecture, design, and nature requires a strong creative vision but also needs highly skilled individuals and teams to bring it to life. Located in...

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  • South Bay Digs • January 10, 2020

    South Bay Digs • January 10, 2020

    Read the latest issue of South Bay DIGS Magazine for January 10, 2020, can be picked up around town, or read online free The post South Bay Digs • January 10, 2020 appeared first on Digs.net.

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  • Paul Williams-Designed Home In The Coveted 90210

    Paul Williams-Designed Home In The Coveted 90210

    Since 1941, when it was built by famed architect Paul Williams, this East Coast traditional estate known as “Maison Roger” has served as home to Hollywood elite the likes of Bert Lahr (best known...

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  • A San Francisco Treat

    A San Francisco Treat

    Prominent San Francisco real estate agent Joel Goodrich of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury has joined with L.A.-based Million Dollar Listing star Josh Altman of Douglas Elliman to market this...

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  • JDS Outdoor Designs

    JDS Outdoor Designs

    After following in the footsteps of a family rife with talented designers, artists and architects, Jeff Stimpfig has naturally emerged as one of Southern California’s top landscape design and...

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  • Caroline Burke Design: Transforming Everyday Living

    Caroline Burke Design: Transforming Everyday Living

    “I’m just as excited to work on one room as I am to work on an entire home,” says Caroline Burke. Though the accomplished designer regularly works with familiar The post Caroline Burke Design:...

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  • Larose Guyon:  Between Elegance, Poetry, and Simple Beauty

    Larose Guyon: Between Elegance, Poetry, and Simple Beauty

    On the outskirts of Montreal, Audrée L. Larose and Félix Guyon—partners in life and in business—design and handcraft sublime lighting The post Larose Guyon: Between Elegance, Poetry, and Simple...

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  • Pierre Yovanovitch Retouches Hélène Darroze At The Connaught

    Pierre Yovanovitch Retouches Hélène Darroze At The Connaught

    Located in the chic London neighborhood of Mayfair, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught is a culinary reference, not only in the U.K. but also worldwide. The post Pierre Yovanovitch Retouches Hélène...

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  • The Darling of the design world:  Atelier Vime

    The Darling of the design world: Atelier Vime

    French renaissance is underway in Provence, where, in the village of Vallabrègues, Benoit Rauzy and Anthony Watson happened upon an 18th-century hôtel Particulier The post The Darling of the...

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  • Casa Cook Chania A hotel With A Midcentury Spirit

    Casa Cook Chania A hotel With A Midcentury Spirit

    The Greek concept of “parea”—people sharing good moments together—epitomizes the philosophy of Casa Cook Chania The post Casa Cook Chania A hotel With A Midcentury Spirit appeared first on Digs.net.

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  • Virginia Sin: Things Made Slow

    Virginia Sin: Things Made Slow

    At the helm of her eponymous studio, multi-disciplinary designer Virginia Sin relocated from Los Angeles to Brooklyn in 2006, The post Virginia Sin: Things Made Slow appeared first on Digs.net.

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  • Tadao Ando: The Poetics of Primitive

    Tadao Ando: The Poetics of Primitive

    Coherence, as a word, does not elicit an animated response, nor should it particularly. It is a fixed and broad-shouldered term, reliant as a new day. Used in an architectural context, like when...

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