LA Home | Digital Issue
LA HOME is a print and digital publication showcasing the diverse stories and homes of people living in Los Angeles, California. The magazine celebrates the work of leading designers, architects, property developers, photographers and artists, who collectively create one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world.
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Digital Issue

$1.99

Digital version of our Spring 2017 issue.

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Spring 2017. In a special issue, we designed a bidirectional magazine that showcases a ‘different perspective of LA’. Two covers, two sides of LA, one amazing centerfold illustration. Cover 1, A CREATIVE CANYON OASIS, Architect and artist, Irwin Miller, and writer, Heidi Miller, craft an inviting home full of art, texture, color, and space to spark the imagination and foster creativity. Cover 2, LIVING WITH INTENT, Mallika Chopra, finds inner balance and comfort within the structure of her Santa Monica family home. Also inside, ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE, Elyse Graham and Lewis Mauk, typify the recent emergence of a new breed of gifted, entrepreneurial artisans in Downtown LA. A HILLSIDE HAVEN, their lush home in the hills is a serene environment for Jennifer Johnson and Jeff Timon, to exercise their screenwriting talent, whilst also creating a seamless space for entertaining, both indoors and outdoors.  A SURPRISING SANCTUARY FOR HOMELESS VETS, Donna Gallup shows how ingenuity and dedication were key in creating a new housing complex for the homeless. A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW, photographer, Max Wanger, takes a whimsical approach to his work, both personal and commercial. A BOLD VISION, millennial interior designer, Ryan Saghian, and textile designer, Caroline Cecil. Finally, in part of a regular series of favorites, FIVE LIGHTING DESIGNERS, including, Brendan Ravenhill choose their favorite designs and interior designer, Ohara Davies-Gaetano, reveals an insight into one of her recent projects with builder, Rob Glass.