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Shop Talk
The Editors | July 14, 2014

LOS ANGELES
Modern Family
Contemporary furniture devotees have been shopping BoConcept’s Santa Monica outpost for years, and now the Danish furniture-...

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So Inn Love
Wendy Bowman, Carole Dixon, Joanne Furio and Maile Pingel | July 14, 2014

BIG SUR
Coastal Escape
The drive along State Highway 1 to Big Sur is one of the most breathtaking in the world. Nestled among the beauty,...

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Masters of the House
Maile Pingel | July 14, 2014

Lurin, St. Barts, French West Indies
Price Upon Request
THE LOWDOWN With a prime location atop Lurin’s Lotissement Andres neighborhood, this singular residence has no shortage of...

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Over the Top
Beth Weitzman | July 14, 2014

Having traveled the world—staying at many a luxury villa along the way—my “wow” standards are, needless to say, quite high. But, sauntering into Villa Manzu, nesting in the...

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The New Minimalism
Sarah Virginia White | July 14, 2014

The stylish gray facade and cedar detailing of this three-bedroom Ladera home give it immediate curb appeal, but, as they say, the best is yet to come. Inside, a deliberately minimalist interior showcases the home’s main...

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At Water's Edge
Maile Pingel | July 14, 2014

For a Chicago-based doctor and his wife, an oceanfront home in one of Dana Point’s most exclusive neighborhoods meant not just the perfect winter retreat, but the ultimate year-round vacation spot where they could enjoy time with their...

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In Perfect Harmony
Laura Eckstein | July 14, 2014

“They wanted a contemporary home, but instead, they got a French classic,” says interior designer Thomas Schoos of the 12,500-square-foot Westlake Village home he and his firm, Schoos Design, recently transformed for a family...

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Zaha Moment
Maile Pingel | April 11, 2014

Love or loathe the term “starchitect,” sometimes it simply fits. So it is for London-based Zaha Hadid, the first female to receive the prestigious Pritzker Prize, architecture’s version of an Oscar. From being made a Dame Commander of...

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Going for Bold
Joanne Furio | April 11, 2014

The fact that a San Francisco pied-à-terre has a lot in common with that city’s Exploratorium, the self-proclaimed “museum of science, art and human perception,” is no coincidence. The owners are George Cogan, the Exploratorium...

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The Great Outdoors
Laura Eckstein, Amanda Friedman and Maile Pingel | April 11, 2014

Dream Weavers
Since launching more than 20 years ago, Dedon has transformed the outdoor furnishings business with its...

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