Byron Loker

Byron Loker

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San Francisco, California  ·  Blogger @ Dwell.com | Surfer | Traveler | Author of short story collection | Freelance Project Manager | Writer | Woodworker | Media Director @Camptbird.com
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The library is lined in reclaimed spotted gum that Maynard says “brings with it wisdom from its previous life.” A stained glass window by Leigh Schellekens makes the contemplative room feel like a domestic chapel.

Inspired by Sydney Opera House, Maynard, and Austin paid careful attention to the extension’s “fifth elevation"—the way it’s seen from the sky. “The roof plan, rather than the street façade,.

Control4 sends push notifications to your mobile device or smart watch to alert you to issues, or simply keep you updated about what's going on at home.

sends push notifications to your mobile device or smart watch to alert you to issues, or simply keep you updated about what's going on at home.

IFTTT—described as smart home "digital duct tape"—connects BMW Lab's Warm Welcome Home applet to your home systems, opening the garage door as soon as the car pulls into the driveway, turning the house lights on, and setting the Nest Learning Thermostat to 72 degrees.  

In response to the all-new Audi and Mercedes S-Class, BMW has released the details for their 2016 7 Series full-size sedan.

Midnight Oil

Ticket scalping was so rife for Midnight Oil's upcoming shows that additional performances were scheduled.

Midnight Oil

Ticket scalping was so rife for Midnight Oil's upcoming shows that additional performances were scheduled.

The Tanpopo House's family tearoom is an updated take on Japan’s traditional flexible, open-plan tatami-mat room. Here, the charcoal fire pit for the teapot is an electric coil embedded in the floor, and the flooring is a durable rattan from Indonesia. Plaster oozing in-between oak planks gives the room a warm, rough-hewn feel—a Fujimori signature.

The Tanpopo House's family tearoom is an updated take on Japan’s traditional flexible, open-plan tatami-mat room. Here, the charcoal fire pit for the teapot is an electric coil embedded in the floor, and the flooring is a durable rattan from Indonesia.

A Dual Pebble tufted sectional by Gus Design Group for CB2 is the focal point of this living space. The maple floors are composed of inexpensive "shorts" that were left over from other projects and sold at a discount.

A Dual Pebble tufted sectional sofa by Gus Design Group for is the focal point of the living space. The maple floors are composed of inexpensive “shorts” left over from other projects and sold at a discount.