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As recently featured by Interior Design Magazine, the graceful and flowing staircase of Chloe’s flagship store in Paris connects so beautifully with the label’s sophisticated and feminine aesthetic.The curving white marble structure with its svelte banister of bronze and brass speaks the language of haute couture. It’s refined, luxurious and highly fashionable and offers the perfect opportunity for a sashay. The boutique, designed by Joseph Dirand Architecture, carries impeccable style. It captures the spirited Chloe brand within a soft palette of ivory, light pinks, rose golds and ginger. The feminine rounded form is repeated in mod furnishings and retro paneled mirrors. Uniquely connected is the Designer’s disciplined signature of refined clean line and high contrast. Captivating.

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Built for Pacific Bell in 1925, the art deco tower—now the new home of Yelp in San Francisco—just underwent a head-to-toe renovation, during which Yelp leased 106,000 square feet and engaged the designers of its current office, Studio O+A.Photography by Jasper Sanidad.

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Walking through the terra-cotta archway at the entrance to Yelp’s building in San Francisco, you can’t help but look up, your eye caught by the carved and crimson-dyed plaster unicorns and phoenixes cavorting across the lobby ceiling. Look around some more, and you’ll spot the golden bell motifs above the elevators. Built for Pacific Bell in 1925, the art deco tower just underwent a head-to-toe renovation, during which Yelp leased 106,000 square feet and engaged the designers of its current office, Studio O+A.

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He said, “It’s important to me that the office reflects the kind of company Sandow is—innovative and obsessed with good design.” She said, “It’s great to collaborate with the best.” He is Adam I. Sandow, CEO of Interior Design’s parent company. She is Cindy Allen, our inimitable editor in chief, giving kudos to Gensler, perennially number one on the magazine’s annual list of the top 100 Giants firms.

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Construction cranes punctuate San Francisco’s skyline, evidence of radical changes to come. New projects like the Heller Manus designed mixed-use residential and office tower, and the sculpture terrace extending from Howard to Minna Streets will bring new life to this burgeoning city. Attractive art installations beacon visitors as well.