If you follow interior design trends or like to peruse your local book store, you have likely noticed the growing buzz around hygge (pronounced hue-guh). More and more design magazines and books seem to be popping up, touting the benefits of incorporating this Danish philosophy into our own homes. We looked into the principles of hygge to find out how this much-hyped style can work in our West Coast homes. Although hygge is often discussed in the context of interior design,
Since his childhood, James Gauer has been fascinated by the elegance that can be captured in small spaces. What began as an interest in the pages of his mother’s magazines later evolved into a long and successful career as an international architect designing spaces from New York to Santa Barabara. As a New-York based architect, Gauer certainly had the opportunity to refine his expertise in designing small spaces. Manhattan’s geographical constraints and shoe-box sized apart
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