In "Home Sweet Home," Curbed investigates what defines "home" for various members of the design community through a series of interviews and essays. Read design critic Alexandra Lange's take on taste, inherited or otherwise; click through sketches by Pentagram partner Michael Beirut; peruse Julius Shulman's photographs of Pierre Koenig's Case Study House #22 in Los Angeles while reading memories from Bruce Stahl, its architectural steward and son of the couple that commissioned it; watch an interview with Harry Gesner, the Malibu, Calif.-based designer who drew his first sketch of the now-iconic Wave House in grease pen on a surfboard; or read Deborah Burke, FAIA's accounts of growing up in an abundantly decorated house previously inhabited by a plaster craftsman.

See the full lineup of stories in Curbed's Home Sweet Home package.

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