This timeless masterpiece of organic architecture - created by Frank Lloyd Wright protege Daniel Lieberman - is the perfect place to check into with a group of friends, family or a loved one for a romantic getaway.Elevated high in the Berkeley Hills on a fabulous 1.4 acre site, the hidden oasis is enveloped in green terraced gardens. Its harmonious blend of natural materials, sky scraping ceilings and alpine walls of glass astound from every angle and reveal the most sought after views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. Panoramic Sky seamlessly incorporates and wraps around a turn-of-the-century, caramel style cottage, combining green architecture - along with modern technology.
This stylish gathering place in Berkeley’s bustling Arts District is housed in a single story building & features a large secluded rear patio with a full bar, covered dining area and al fresco beer garden with fire pit. The cuisine is earthy, modern interpretations of dishes from throughout Mexico, with emphasis on Oaxaca and neighboring coastal regions. Make sure to check out their “all-Mexican” list of craft cocktails and house-made sangritas paired with a curated collection of agave spirits.
2020 Shattuck Avenue |Berkeley CA, 94704 | 510.926.6300
Modernaire is the storefront of owner and curator, Brice Crawford. A dealer in modern design for almost 30 years, Crawford also has outposts in Northampton, Massachusetts and in Honolulu. The newest member in his collection of modern design shops offers a range of inventory encompassing Art Deco, Streamline and Machine Age pieces through the Post War and Mid-Century, with a focus on signed pieces and known designers. Scandinavian designers such as Hans Wegner, Greta Falk, Vicke Lindstrand, Tapio Wirkkala, Peter Hvidt, Stig Lindberg, as well as American designers such as Raymond Loewy, Russel Wright, Milo Baughman, Charles Hollis Jones, Charles Eames, George Nelson, Gilbert Rohde are among the designers frequently available at either the Modernaire showroom or online store.
2101 Dwight Way Berkeley, CA 94704 510.649.3500
AIA East Bay Living Home Tours
AIA East Bay will resume their popular Home Tours this summer. This year's tour is Saturday, August 10, 2013. The self-guided tour celebrates design excellence, inspiring and educating the public about the impact of architects and architecture on East Bay living. Houses and tickets to be posted by June 1, 2013.