From sea to shining sea, get to know the latest landscapes to join the National Park Service.
The origin of California’s Pinnacles National Park traces back some 23 million years after volcanos erupted and formed the unparalleled landscape that exists today. From caves and foot trails to woodlands and canyons, the park’s extraordinary reddish rock formations are particularly noteworthy. Located east of the Salinas Valley in Central California, near the infamous San Andreas Fault, and just 40 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the climate is as diverse as the land, with cool, wet winters and hot, dry summers. Here, we select pieces that nod to this mountain’s diverse landscape.
Le Bambole Two-Seater Sofa in Ochre Boulée by Mario Bellini / Price upon request / bebitalia.com
Marmo Footed Glass Bowl by Vetrerie di Empoli / $1,800 / lustare.com
Sedona Travertine / Price upon request / materials-marketing.com
Ombrelle Pedestal Table by Cristián Mohaded / $2,265 / roche-bobois.com
Fireleaf Golden Coral Necklace / $28,800 / mishfinejewelry.com
Exuberant Rug / Price upon request / samad.com
Lapis Lazuli Square Clock / $645 / seamanschepps.com