Concrete proves its warmth in this impressive Martis Camp estate that blurs indoor and outdoor spaces   Thomas Edison—father of the light bulb, phonograph and early motion picture camera—also designed and built the first concrete homes in 1908, many of which are still standing and inhabited even...

Modern and traditional styles blend in this thoughtfully designed mountain home   The Grass family simply outgrew their first Martis Camp home. With prowess gleaned from the experience, the Bay Area couple embarked on their next project with valuable building savvy and a honed vision of their...

Fresh yet timeless lakefront home on Tahoe's West Shore draws inspiration from classic shoreline dwellings   At the intersection of land and water, Tahoe architecture has traditionally drawn inspiration from the pine-clad topography of the surrounding peaks. Mountain and mountain modern architecture dominate the 72 miles of...

Three barn-like forms combine for a modern Martis Camp farmhouse   In architecture, creating a sense of simplicity isn’t exactly easy. It’s a matter of restraint, of simultaneously showcasing yet streamlining the design. Such was the case for one Martis Camp home. The Bay Area–based homeowners approached...

The 14th annual Squaw Valley Prom went off in the Olympic Village Lodge on New Year's Eve. Presented by the High Fives Foundation and Charity Smith, the prom featured a Great Gatsby theme with beats by DJ Spinbad and DJ Dojah. A couple of prom attendees...

Tahoe Fund donors gathered at a Carnelian Bay home (which was featured in TQ's 2016 Ski & Ride issue) to celebrate a successful year of accomplishments for the organization. Cory Ritchie, Debbie Ledbetter and Kirk Ledbetter, photo by Amy Berry, courtesy Tahoe Fund   Deanne Moore, Caroline McGurk...

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