Editor Lynette Evans' latest complaint
about Modernism (essentially that it's for young people), we almost didn't want to find out what else lay in wait for us in the Chron's H&G this weekend.
But the piece on architect Henrik Bull caught our eye, and so we read on. (He's a Modernist, mind you, but a woodsy one.)
SIGNATURE STYLE / HENRIK BULL: This "Bay Tradition modernist," who is known for "not screwing up the nature," is also a fan of kids, and outfits family residences with fun details like fire poles.
From clutter magnet to cozy nook: Risa Nye spent $10K creating a reading nook in a window, and not surprisingly, it looks quite comfy now. An Oakland upholsterer is mentioned: Kay Chesterfield. Anyone have experience with them?
Luther Burbank's other garden: Experimental plants, on display up in Sonoma.