Articles

Posted by
A Nod To The North
By Matt Berman, as told to Drew Limsky | February 5, 2016

The owners of Talde—chef Dale Talde, David Massoni and John Bush—didn’t want to just duplicate the first Talde, which is located in Park...

Posted by
The Maestro
By Drew Limsky | February 5, 2016

From Cipriani Downtown to Casa Tua, Miamians are well familiar with the work of Florentine designer Michele Bönan. His revered work extends from palatial estates to hospitality to luxury yachts. Now, with...

Posted by

Posted by
The Transformers
By Riki Altman-Yee | February 4, 2016

Changing scenery is second nature to Ron Paras and Carl Stewart, retired interior designers who moved from Columbus, Ohio, where they met 24 years ago, to Florida, then to Georgia and back to Florida. But after the couple purchased...

Posted by
Transitional Treasure
By Shayne Benowitz | February 4, 2016

It was all about “the right bone structure,” says Cary Fernandez-Brena of the search for a second home in Miami for her longtime clients, a Dominican Republic-based couple with one teenage daughter. The Coral...

Posted by
Fast Company
By Drew Limsky | February 4, 2016

When Monterrey, Mexico-based architect and designer David De La Garza first visited the installation site, in a soaring tower in the South of Fifth neighborhood, he made a single sketch. De La Garza had been friends with his Mexican-based...

Posted by
Town & Country
By Drew Limsky | February 4, 2016

The San Francisco Bay area isn’t simply an affluent metropolis fueled by tech industry innovation; it’s a global luxury capital whether you stay in the city or venture out. The Ritz-Carlton brand well understands this fact...

Posted by
Between the Lines
By Drew Limsky | October 29, 2015

Lean and intense, 36-year-old Lukasz Opalinski was born in Poland, but his speech is inflected with a slight—and pleasing—RP accent. Credit his U.K. education. He started designing furniture as a teen and...

Posted by
Barcelona Calling
By Drew Limsky | October 29, 2015

When Pablo Fernández-Valdés and Yago Giner Viscasillas made the decision to come to Miami after successful hospitality careers in Barcelona, they didn’t actually leave that vibrant city behind. Their new venture,...

Posted by
Striking a Balance
By Shayne Benowitz | October 28, 2015

After a decade in Dubai, Guimar Urbina’s clients—a husband and wife originally from Switzerland and Russia, respectively—transferred to Miami for work and purchased a four-bedroom, 3,888-square-foot home in Coral...

Posted by
The Finer Things
By Drew Limsky | October 28, 2015

Considering how seamless this home appears, it may be difficult to believe that this 12,000-square-foot house with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms resulted from a 4,000-square-foot home. Changes to the contemporary exteriors included...

Posted by
House of Mirth
By Riki Altman-Yee | October 28, 2015

Injecting humor into a home should be approached delicately, warns Pauline Zurich, the Dutch designer and owner of NL Design who recently transformed her 2,640-square-foot condominium in Fisher Island from dark and drab to downright...

Syndicate content