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Soul of the Home
By Drew Limsky | October 2, 2018

Bronze Age
Italkraft goes dark and burnished to signal where modernity is moving next.

“When the originally conceived layout was brought to me,” says...

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Horizontally Minded
By Shayne Benowitz | October 2, 2018

When designing the home of a high-powered Miami attorney on a wedge-shaped plot of land overlooking Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, architect Max Strang scaled the heights on a cherry picker to study the land’s...

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Face Time
By Drew Limsky | October 2, 2018

“When you walk into the showroom,” says Artefacto CEO Paulo Bacchi, “I want you to think, This is how I want to live; this is how I want to feel.”

To...

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Southern Territory
As told to Becca Hensley | October 2, 2018

 

"History and versatility are important to me. From my family I learned the importance of having a diverse team, all with different strengths and skills. From the beginning I embraced their integrity and...

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Modern Forms
By Shayne Benowitz | October 2, 2018

For North Miami Beach-based architect Danny Sorogon, the inspiration behind this ubermodern Golden Beach home started with an architectural walking tour of Chicago. He traversed a...

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Dream World
By Stephanie Davis Smith | October 1, 2018

Light streaming through grooved slats of wood to resemble a forest’s canopy, copious greenery tucked into overhangs, mossy AstroTurf tiles intermixed with smooth alabaster flooring—in true California living style, the...

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Built to Last
Laura Eckstein Jones | October 1, 2018

 

Why was Knoll considered revolutionary when it launched in the late ’30s?
Hans and Florence Knoll and their many...

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True Colors
By Drew Limsky | July 24, 2018

Purple Reign
When the owners of this Miami Beach penthouse homed in on a plush 1970s style, Brown Davis Interiors went to work. Shades of raspberry and purple are dominant...

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The Sky's the Limit
By Drew Limsky | July 24, 2018

NUMBER CRUNCH: 6 PERCENT
Miami-Dade property owners may want to pop the Champagne, as property values grew 6 percent as measured at the start of 2018. Broward—with less inventory than Miami-Dade...

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A House of a Different Color
By Shayne Benowitz | July 24, 2018

“I’ve always been ahead of my time with color,” says Alexander De La Torre, the self-taught interior designer behind A. Keith Powell Interior. “I was putting acid green and chocolate brown...

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A Rainbow Inside
By Riki Altman-Yee | July 24, 2018

Trimmed with ipe wood and stone, this two-story, 6,500-square-foot home in Golden Beach (designed by architect Ralph Choeff) exudes sedate tones, yet one step over the threshold ushers guests into a wonderland splashed with hot pink,...

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