Liana Hawes Young, the New York–based creative director of Wimberly Interiors, discusses her work on one of the most important seaside resorts in Southern California, if not the United States: Hotel del Coronado in San Diego.
Frank Fusaro, a partner at the global firm Handel Architects, chats about his experience creating Inspīr, a 23-story skyscraper on the Upper East Side with incredible amenities and natural light galore.
Jacob Royster of Hirsch Bedner Associates in San Francisco discusses the design of Elusa Winery in the Napa Valley. He shared the difficulties of designing spaces people want to stay in (but which also gently move them along) and the importance of never burning bridges.
Amanda Gunawan, founding principal of Los Angeles architecture and design firm OWIU, explains how she transformed a garage used for trash piles into a home gym for a burgeoning fitness business (that happens to be helmed by her best friend).
Anne Tollett, principal designer of the Richmond, Virginia–based firm Hanover Avenue, shares how she became involved with a new chain of social clubs setting out to be the (friendlier!) Soho House of the South.