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Fully Loaded
By Amanda Freidman Eberstein | February 1, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

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Singular Sensation
By Adam Pitluk | January 31, 2017

Wynwood Greenhouse’s light, undulating form captures the innovative, whimsical spirit of its architect. The planned project—a 14,000-square-foot public urban...

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Modern Marvel
By Riki Altman-Yee | January 31, 2017

While Opa-locka is said to have the largest collection of Moorish revival architecture in the Western hemisphere, one particular home on Star Island hides arguably South Florida’s most interesting Moorish interpretation inside....

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A Stand-Up Home
By Shayne Benowitz | January 31, 2017

In the late comedian Alan King’s most famous bit from the 1970s, he descends from the stage to cavort among diners at a Las Vegas club, unfolding the obituary section of a newspaper from his coat pocket and egging on audience members...

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Whole Grain
By Drew Limsky | January 31, 2017

Interiors South Florida had the honor of sponsoring ICFF when the New York-based show revealed collections of beauty and diversity at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Wood pieces—like the silkily seductive LED Contour lamps from...

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Effortless Integration
By Drew Limsky | January 31, 2017

With a couple as clients, there’s bound to be lots of marital finger-crossing with the hope that the spouses are on the same page—particularly about the choice of architect. But the husband and wife clients of...

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House of Windsor
By Phebe Wahl | January 31, 2017

Top tastemaker Windsor Smith has earned a fevered following for her chic, classic interiors that feature a flash of whimsy. For her product launch with...

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Stepping Out
By Don Nichols | January 31, 2017

Celebrated designer Michael S. Smith ended 2016 in a big way—working with the Obamas on their post-White House home in Washington, D.C. That project capped a year in which Smith also teamed with another well-known American name—the...

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Flower Power
By Drew Limsky | January 31, 2017

The point of Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades installation at Design Miami/ was surely to encourage fairgoers to pack a bag and jet off to somewhere fabulous. The 18...

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Sense City
By Drew Limsky | October 19, 2016

I really couldn’t have asked for a more perfect guide. Out toward Charles de Gaulle Airport, a half-hour’s drive from the gray elegance of Paris’ mansard roofs, my friend Max Gunawan is escorting me through Hall 7 of the...

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Nouveau Neoclassic
By Drew Limsky | October 19, 2016

Jean-Louis Deniot has no use for the excessive—or for the antiseptic that modernism can so often tip into. Thus, the designer and architect’s refined sense of balance is a perfect fit for...

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