Join us as architects Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner of Marmol Radziner
discuss their new book Site: Marmol Radziner in the Landscape
. With a foreword by novelist Mona Simpson, the book is a beautiful compilation of 19 homes organized by their habitat — woodland, urban, canyon, and desert — spanning Southern California, the Southwest, and the Netherlands. We’re excited to share the evening with them here at Heath as we celebrate design that connects indoor and outdoor living.
In conversation with Lara Deam, founder of Dwell Magazine
, Leo and Ron will discuss their work, the evolving relationship between house and landscape. Following a lively Q&A, get a chance to meet Leo and Ron, get a copy of your own, and enjoy drinks and light bites among friends. — we’ll see you soon!Marmol Radziner
is a unique design-build practice led by Leo Marmol, FAIA, and Ron Radziner, FAIA. Based in Los Angeles with offices in San Francisco and New York City, the firm offers architecture, construction, interior design, and landscape design. Whether designing a residential, hospitality, or commercial retail project, Marmol Radziner creates intimate, inviting spaces that connect the interior to the exterior. The firm’s projects engage the surrounding environment and take a warm, textured approach to modernism that is elegant and timeless.Lara Deam
founded Dwell to celebrate design’s ability to enhance our lives. Lara was inspired to start Dwell while building her own home in the mid 1990s, when she realized there was a need for a magazine that discussed modern design as not only a style but as an idea about how to live. Since then, Lara has shaped Dwell’s evolution into a singular voice in the field, providing inspiration and guidance to consumers at every stage of the design process—from purchasing a home to renovating, shopping for furnishings, connecting with professionals, and sharing experiences.
Thursday, September 12, from 6–8pm.Get your ticket
Tickets includes admission, Tartine bites, beer from Fort Point, and wine from Belden Barns.