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Lasting Impressions
By Laura Eckstein Jones | January 25, 2018

 

When Wisconsin-born architect Frank Lloyd Wright visited Japan for the first time in 1905, like many visitors, he was taken by the country’s undeniable beauty and charm. It was a...

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California Dreaming
By Phebe Wahl | January 25, 2018

Interior designer Barclay Butera is animated about his two latest collections because “they play well on the East Coast, the Midwest, Florida... across the entire country,” he says. He recently unveiled dual lines,...

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Male Drop
By Riki Altman-Yee | October 4, 2017

As gritty man caves go the way of the Neanderthals, one modern gentleman in South Florida envisioned a masculine space that spoke to his practicality and playfulness when he commissioned a 6,100-square-foot streamlined palace in...

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In the Air Tonight
By Shayne Benowitz | October 4, 2017

When Charlotte Dunagan’s clients, a retired New York City judge and his wife, learned that the 4,000-square-foot penthouse in their Miami Beach condominium was available, they quickly purchased it, upgrading...

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Lagerfeld Living
By Stephanie Davis Smith | October 4, 2017

 

Although The Estates at Acqualina—the new $1.5 billion twin towers with 245 luxury residences...

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Brand Whisperer
By Drew Limsky | October 4, 2017

 

When my brother and I joined DDC, our lease was coming up, and that’s probably the best thing that ever happened to us. We found a space on Madison and 34th Street, and when we hired Philip Johnson to...

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Floor Show
By Eva Leonard | October 4, 2017

Although the open space, white walls and abundant light in Monroe Sherman’s ninth-floor penthouse create a loftlike ambience, the 3,500-square-foot space is actually subtly delineated. The Miami showroom owner’s purpose...

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Conversation Piece
By Drew Limsky | October 4, 2017

 

When people think of UNESCO World Heritage Sites—natural and manmade examples of extraordinary significance—places such as the Great Wall of China, Yosemite National Park and Machu Picchu...

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Our Town
By Becca Hensley | October 4, 2017

 

Urban villages aren’t a new idea. In the 19th century, a slew of them cropped up around the United States in a movement historians dubbed Utopian communities. Those master-planned hamlets, usually helmed by a...

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Forma Factor
By Don Nichols | October 4, 2017

 

Michael Maltzan’s new optical white building at the corner of Northeast 39th Street and Northeast Miami Court makes quite a statement with its dramatic mixture of curves, harmonious lines and large expanses...

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Bright Lines
By Becca Hensley | October 4, 2017

 

“Functional art has a tremendous ability to draw the viewer in,” says Francisco Polo, founder and design curator of Aybar...

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Worldly Walls
By Becca Hensley | October 4, 2017

 

Portland-based Ann Sacks, the prestigious tile division of Kohler, puts forth three new collections this fall—Context, Ermanno and Paire...

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