We missed seeing the paper version of Wednesday's H&G -- either there wasn't much in it, or the Chron's website hasn't been completely updated. . .
Design Spotting: Panel discussion: Zahid Sardar's column is on a "three-story wood-and-glass home with split-level floors and dramatic picture windows" in Glen Park. What's so interesting about that? It's cost-effective, time-saving, and uses less waste because it's built using a panel system (you may remember reading here about a house in Walnut Creek that was also built using panels)
Garden Variety: Laura Thomas changes her focus from indoors to outdoors in this article about the garden belonging to the owner of Berkeley Mills -- it's a junkyard-turned-oasis in a funky little un-gentrified area
Images: Richard Goodwin (courtesy of Zack/de Vito), Katy Raddatz