Lateral Move

Paul Courchene and Jim Luckie made it easy on their movers. For six years the couple lived in a traditional, 1920s Spanish Colonial–style residence that Courchene built near the ocean in historic Delray Beach, Fla., just north of Boca Raton. When an adjacent lot became available, they decided to purchase it and build a spec […]

Home: Digital Dinnerware

Traditionally, makers of high-end dinnerware have found it difficult to maintain the integrity and consistency of a single design throughout all the pieces of single-theme collections because different materials react differently to various manufacturing processes. For example, metals often shrink 3 to 5 percent during production, and porcelain may shrink up to 18 percent. Consequently, […]

Home: Hip to Be Square

When the silver fund gallery left its longtime San Francisco space near Union Square last February, it relocated to the only neighborhood that seemed right for the world’s foremost source of Georg Jensen estate silver. “With its wealth of knowledgeable dealers and its historic setting,” says the Silver Fund’s manager, Rachel Prater, “Jackson Square was […]