Cisco Home’s Spring/Summer 2017 collection delivers environmentally friendly furniture, handmade in Los Angeles. Champions of sustainable living, Cisco’s products are meticulously handmade by local artisans using sustainable materials and manufacturing techniques.
All wood is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified, which includes wood rescued from fallen trees in urban areas and retrieved from demolished buildings. Using FSC certified wood ensures that the materials used in the production of Cisco Home’s furniture comes from responsibly managed forests which provide environmental, economic and social benefits. The company uses foam that is free of fire-retardant chemicals and all glues and stains are water based.
The newest collection for Spring/Summer 2017 is an undiluted expression of the core essence of this unique brand: clean, sustainable and sophisticated designs made by hand in Los Angeles.
While tiny houses might be on trend in San Francisco, this contemporary four-level residence, listed by Tracy McLaughlin of Marin Fine Homes, is big enough to house even your extended family and is ideal for entertaining. Complete with high ceilings, glass walls, and oak floors, this 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom abode prove that in Sausalito, bigger is definitely better.
January 2017 marks The Albright‘s 40th anniversary on the historic Santa Monica Pier! In homage to their opening year, The Albright is featuring $19.77 specials all month long, inspired by items off the original menu.
Despite being the longest-running restaurant on the Santa Monica Pier, The Albright’s views are anything but outdated. With a strong commitment to sustainability and green living, The Albright is the only restaurant on the Pier to earn a Green Business Certification and was the recipient of the 2016 SQA Award for Excellence in Stewardship of the Natural Environment. Yunnie and Greg are committed to making a difference that goes beyond their own restaurant and benefits the Pier and their community for years to come.
The Albright 40th Anniversary Throwback Menu:
Jan 1-10: Spicy Seafood Soup with fresh clams, mussels, cod, langoustine, squid, shrimp and jasmine rice $19.77
Jan 11- Jan 20: Calamari Appetizer with spicy chipotle aioli & New England Clam Chowder in our sourdough bread bowl $19.77
Jan 21- 31: A Cup of New England Clam Chowder, Fish n’ Chips Special, Small Fountain Soda, Fresh Homemade Cookie $19.77
We’re excited to see our talented and brilliant client, Kristy Edmunds, featured in Los Angeles Magazine’s December Issue! Read on below to learn more about her roll as the director of the Center for Performing Arts at UCLA and her exciting plans for the future, that are sure to have a profound impact on the Los Angeles’ art and culture scene.
A look back at a fantastic first three months working with Nina Hatvany and her team in San Francisco!
Recently, Cisco Home gave its San Francisco location a major refresh. Their newly transformed upstairs loft level is now home to the Environment Gallery. The furniture in the Environment Collection feels rustic and contemporary, with natural materials in elegantly uncomplicated forms. Many of the wood pieces are made of reclaimed Peroba Rosa from Brazil, and others are built with responsibly harvested mahogany and pine.If you live in or are visiting the Bay Area, be sure to visit the location and check out the Environment Collection!
By: Eunice Cho
This month, Zeel partnered with Olympic Bronze Medalist,Steve Johnson, during his bid at the 2016 US Open Tennis Championship. Johnson used Zeel to compliment his workout regiment and loved the customization and efficiency of the app. The benefits of massage include reducing muscle pain, boosting circulation, subduing stress, and easing injuries, which can be enjoyed by both professional athletes and weekend warriors. Try the app out for yourself to reap similar benefits with your workout regiment!
By: Eunice Cho