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  1. A. Quincy Jones

    He may not be as famous as Richard Neutra or Rudolf Schindler, but A. Quincy Jones was nonetheless instrumental in bringing a casual, outdoor-oriented modernism to middle-class California in the...

    06.16.09

  2. Aaron Britt

    Aaron Britt

    Aaron writes the men's style column "The Pocket Square" for the San Francisco Chronicle and has written for the New York Times, the Times Magazine, Newsweek, National Geographic and others.

    01.13.09

  3. Adam Broomberg

    01.19.09

  4. Adam Fisher

    Adam Fisher lives and writes from a houseboat anchored in a cove in the San Francisco Bay. He's never wanted to live anywhere else- until he visited the Kavner residence located in the middle of a...

    04.07.09

  5. Adam Friedberg

    01.15.09

  6. Adam Hayes

    Adam Hayes is an illustrator from Stoke-on-Trent, England. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006 and continues to live and work in London. He frequently contributes to the UK Guardian,...

    06.04.09

  7. Adam Kalkin

    Part architect part artist, Adam Kalkin reuses shipping containers to create scaleable, flexible, industrial-style homes at reasonable prices. Models range from around 2,000 square feet to more...

    02.21.09

  8. Adam Simha

    04.17.09

  9. Adolf Loos

    01.09.09

  10. Aino Aalto

    Architect Aino Marsio met Alvar Aalto in 1924 while working for his office in Jyväskylä, Finland, and the two were soon off on an Italian honeymoon. With a visual artist and art historian...

    02.03.09

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