June 2007 Issue.
Features: 'Homes with History' On The Front Page.
* Homes with history! Mixing modern with tradition.
* Community counts! A new start for the.
* Sacks on a plane! Carry-ons reviewed.
* Que viva ! A capital design tour.
Los Angeles editor Frances Anderton connects the dots with Art Center president, and arbiter of culture, Richard Koshalek
Inspired by a visit to Jackson Pollack's studio, Architect Peter Blake brought new meaning to house painting.
DWELL HOME II
Dwell Home II remains a of the mind, but in the three-year process, Glen Maetin and Claudia Plasencia have come to realize it's not a house that makes a home.
's UNStudio transforms an immovable World War II bunker with and artful addition
In 1947, architect Henry Hill brought a 1908 Victorian up to speed; sixty years later, a design-savvy couple takes his lead
In 's far east, architect Rytis Mikulionis explores multiple layers of history in former palatial outbuilding turned Soviet army barrack turned condo
You can't judge a brownstone by its cover: Architects Jonathan Knowles and Laura Briggs restore the guts and glory of Keisha Martin's home in
A 5,000-square-foot front porch is a welcome sigh of community building after Katrina in De Lisle
Gallery owner Hilario Galguera escorts us through , walking the line of life and death, problem and promise