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Delicious Domesticity
Richard Pérez-Feria | April 11, 2014

The challenge facing the red-hot interior design firm Britto Charette had a familiar empty-nest ring to anyone remotely aware of luxury interior design in South Florida: A couple with grown children was looking to downsize...

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Sharp Turn
Drew Limsky | April 11, 2014

It was time for a change. The Washington, D.C.-area couple lives on the Potomac in a home that’s roughly 12,000 square feet. No problem there. Many well-heeled couples summer in the Northeast and winter in South Florida, and this particular couple...

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Defying Gravity
Drew Limsky | November 15, 2013

Back in the ’80s, when the owner of this 3,200-square-foot oceanfront condominium lived in New York, he was one of the original owner-residents in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. Today, he makes his home in a different Trump Tower...

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In The Round
Jen Karetnick | November 15, 2013

The accomplished international attorneys who inhabit the sun-filled 10,000-square-foot residence in the Regent at Park Shore deal with a lot of clutter in their daily lives; consequently, they emphatically did not want clutter in their home. Kira...

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Where the Wild Things Are
Don Nichols | November 14, 2013

Home base: Caxias do Sul, Brazil
Claim to fame: This innovative firm produces furniture with an earthy midcentury modern style. “We use woods...

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What’s in a Name?
Drew Limsky | November 14, 2013

The Miami Plunge
Famed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon remade the Four Seasons Hotel George V and, against the smart betting, watched it become the toast of Paris and crowned the finest hotel in the world....

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Custom of the Country
Drew Limsky | November 14, 2013

Campion Platt’s New York-Palm Beach sensibility is detectable in the stylishly relaxed cut of his clothes, his Palm Beach home, his casual charm. And when he says that most of his high-end work comes from word of mouth...

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Rebranding the Bay
Drew Limsky | November 14, 2013

In a country of reinvention, Miami stands apart. It is the place where people come to do what they haven’t done before, to be what they haven’t been before. The city was, is and will continue to be fueled by a singular...

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In Position
Jen Karetnick | September 19, 2013

When homeowners set out to decorate the interior of a house, they don’t always articulate exactly what they want. They may say, “I want a showplace,” but actually desire a home that reflects who they are.


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Tone Home
Susan Friedman | September 19, 2013

Resting on canalside acreage that was once a fishing camp in the 1920s, this two-story Key Largo house on stilts has an exterior that speaks of Old Florida charm, with wraparound porches and a tin roof. But what’s behind the...

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On the Waterfront
Drew Limsky | September 19, 2013

We’re catching David Martin at an auspicious time in his life. As the president, co-founder and owner of Terra Group, one of the leading developers in South Florida, David has changed the face of this city like few...

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Mod Makes the Man
Becca Hensley | September 19, 2013

Giselle Loor is not a mind reader.

But she does admit to sometimes knowing what her clients want before they do—and relying heavily on intuition to inspire her projects. Her husband, Brett Sugerman,...

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