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Tropical Lounging
By The Editors with Charles Desselle and Fred Kennedy (expert interviews) | April 29, 2015

POOL PARTY
“After living in New York for 14 years, I wanted to be around the green and the water,” says Shai Tertner, who moved to Miami three...

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Both Sides Now
By Shayne Benowitz | April 23, 2015

When fashion designer Silvia Tcherassi decided to restore a 250-year-old colonial mansion in Cartagena in order to create her eponymous boutique hotel in 2009, the move was less about charting new territory and more about returning to her...

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Change in Tune
By Drew Limsky | April 23, 2015

When legendary architect and designer Daniel Libeskind swoops into the Miami Design District to discuss his new collaboration with Poliform, the New York-based Italian furniture brand, attention must be paid. With a truly international practice...

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Permanent Vacation
By Maile Pingel | April 23, 2015

Canyon Point, Utah
$7.5 million

THE LOWDOWN Mesa One is the first of 36 villas designed by Manhattan-based architect Annabelle Selldorf for the award-winning Amangiri resort. The fully...

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In Good Taste
By Rima Suqi | April 23, 2015

I can’t help but feel as if I’m being watched. Perhaps it’s the larger-than-life eyes painted on my headboard or the faces fronting every throw pillow in the room. I have only myself to blame. A few weeks before arriving at...

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White & Chocolate
By Richard Pérez-Feria | April 22, 2015

On a recent trek to Bal Harbour Shops for a long overdue retail splurge, something extraordinary was tucked away in the corner of the mall’s parking structure: a chocolate-brown Bentley Continental GT...

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Curtain Up
By Drew Limsky | April 22, 2015

One would not expect Christopher Renshaw and Francisco “Cisco” Delgado to live in a typical home—not when the British-born Renshaw is a theater and opera director and Delgado, from Puerto Rico, is an interior designer. And...

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All Aboard
By Kara Franker | April 22, 2015

For their second home, a well-traveled Brazilian family wanted to reference the antique nautical flavor of their building and draw upon the luxurious feel of contemporary watercraft. Artech, the site of their 1,400-square-foot condo, is enlivened by...

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Joyfully Chic
By Becca Hensley | February 3, 2015

Bon vivant Jonathan Adler, known to TV audiences for his hosting duties on Bravo’s Top Design, brings his playful spirit to the...

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Sam He Is
By Adam Pitluk | February 3, 2015

Strange as it might sound, Miami, for all of the international ballyhooing of its real estate market, doesn’t have a television show hyping all things Miami decor. In fact, when realtor and TV personality Sam Azar pulled up stakes in Naples, Fla...

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A Castle of One's Own
By Maile Pingel | February 2, 2015

Haute-Garonne, France
$35 million

THE LOWDOWN
Just a 25-minute drive south of Toulouse finds you in the tiny medieval village of Saint-Élix,...

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Ottoman Reverie
By Ayesha Khan | February 2, 2015

From powerful Roman emperors to brilliant 21st century Nobel laureates, great leaders, thinkers and visionaries have called Istanbul home for millennia. Overlooking the ancient yet cosmopolitan metropolis from atop one of the city’s...

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