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
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Digital Issue


Digital version of our Fall/Winter 2017 issue.

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Fall/Winter 2017. Fall/Winter 2017. In this issue, we tour the exotic home of shoe designer Donald Pliner and his wife Lisa – a former Versace model who was recently on The Real Housewives of Miami. Lucy Lean visited the home, (and yurt), of former child star Meeno Peluce (worth a Google), in Lincoln Heights, high above Downtown LA. With their menagerie of chickens, goats and sundry animals, they prove that a family can truly live La Vie Bohème in the heart of a big city. Next, we visited the Glendale home of set decorator, Beauchamp Fontaine. She has designed the sets of movies like The Revenant, Suicide Squad, Mud, The Skeleton Key, as well as TV shows like Grace and Frankie. In keeping with the trend in hand crafted design, we feature a section on Makers – passionate individuals who create unique ceramics, textiles and items for the home. Interior designer, Lucie Ayres, of 22 Interiors reveals a personal insight into one of her recent renovation projects. Similarly, June Street Architecture guide us through one of their startling renovations in Hancock Park. Also in this issue, we feature a photo essay by Gregg Segal in which he highlights our growing apathy toward garbage – in quite a dramatic way, I think you’ll agree!