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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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Family Style
Adam Pitluk | September 19, 2013

Debra Yates was an accomplished designer and artist when her son and now design partner, Benjamin Burle, was still at Sunset Elementary in South Miami. Burle’s early interest in creating great space was sparked as his...

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Furnishing the Frontier
Drew Limsky | September 19, 2013

When Robert Brown and Todd Davis set up shop in Florida in 2003, everything was Mediterranean—as Davis says, “either a good interpretation of that, or less than that.” But the business-...

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