Luxe Magazine - November/December 2022 Palm Beach

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PALM BEACH + BROWARD

The Finest Brands in Premium Appliances

At Fuse, we specialize in helping our clients design their dream kitchen with brands that not only look beautiful but function at the highest levels.

Whether you are shopping for a single appliance, a complete home package, or a large project, we welcome you to one of our beautiful showrooms.

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LIVE BEAUTIFULLY

What does it mean to live well? To be perfectly at ease, in comfort and style?

Innovative product designs pair with gorgeous fabrics and control systems so advanced, shades can be scheduled to automatically adjust to their optimal position throughout the day. Creating a new world of beauty, convenience and energy efficiency — morning, noon, and night.

Pirouette® Window Shadings with PowerView® Automation

Scénario 2. Modular sofa, designed by Sacha Lakic. Gorizia. Cocktail tables, designed by Thierry Picassette. Midnight. Floor lamp, designed by Fabrice Berrux. Made in Europe.

In-store interior design & 3D modeling services.(1) French Art de Vivre Photos by Flavien Carlod and Baptiste Le Quiniou, for advertising purposes only. TASCHEN, www.vijversburg.nl, Architect: Junya Ishigami. (1) Conditions apply, contact store for details.
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For this oceanfront Palm Beach home, the goal was to design minimalist and bright spaces that felt warm and inviting. The Paladino Rudd team paid homage to classicism with the interior architecture and established a sense of depth with the layering of materials, such as buttery gray Venetian plaster, book-matched stones and woodclad walls. They employed color thoughtfully and chose materials, like velvets and raw silk, to bring texture and dimension to their schemes. Paladino’s Perennials Sonder loop-and-cut rug was the perfect finishing touch. Unique furniture, lighting and art were carefully curated for each room to ensure they both felt and looked fabulous and were a reflection of the client.

Paladino Rudd Interior Design is a small boutique firm that specializes in customized interior architecture and furnishings, all the way down to the last accessory. Together with their clients, the team designs distinctive interiors that express the vision. They also create accurate budgets, detailed meeting minutes, monthly status reports on items ordered and an accounting report to always make sure everyone is on the same page. “We love what we do, and our enthusiasm is contagious!”

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DESIGN DISPATCH

The little black book of all things new and fabulous in the local community.

Radar

TERRAIN Landscape professionals discuss the importance of waterwise designs.

HOLISTIC

For architect Veronica Schreibeis Smith, the future of built environments begins with wellness.

RETREAT

Escape to four immersive destinations aimed at health and harmony.

EXPLORATION

In Montana, The Green O

In Montana, The Green O provides a stylish respite away from it all.

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These feel-good mood boards star the latest fabrics and wallcoverings.

TREND

Indulge in pretty products inspired by today’s top tastemakers.

SPOTLIGHT

Head-turning furnishings make the case for repurposed materials.

Living

KITCHEN + BATH Wellness is the common thread in these beautiful kitchens.

THE REPORT

These mood boards star in pretty make is the common thread spaces are the home’s

Sanctuary spaces are the home’s new must-have room.

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Collector’s Item

Much like their clients’ investment in contemporary art, two designers curate midcentury furnishings in similar fashion.

A New Classic

Don’t let its Spanish architecture fool you: Inside an Old Worldstyle home, a team embraces a 21st-century ambience.

Through the Looking Glass

Incorporating fluorescent bulbs and water, a sculptor bends reality by assembling glass for prism-like effects.

Modern Tradition

With clean-lined furnishings amid its historic architecture, a residence offers a fresh version of typical Palm Beach style.

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THE COVER: Against existing pink walls, a Burke Decor globe pendant fills the living room of a West Palm Beach house by designer Monique Miller. CB2’s Piazza sofas gather with Noir armchairs and a McGuire coffee table on Armadillo’s Atlas rug.
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the Shaker style) and in the legs of tables and chairs.”

THE IMPORTANCE OF ARTISAN

“In many areas of decoration, I’m finding that there is a greater emphasis on the idea of handmade, heritage-quality goods. Whether it be a hand-thrown ceramic lamp or woven rattan furnishings crafted in a family-owned workshop—a story dedicated to the pieces collected for a home is more important than ever. To

one’s home with meaningful items is gratifying.”

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GEOMETRY LESSON

“The sculptor in me is excited to see a resurgence of basic shapes— triangle lampshades, oversize circle pendants and exaggerated box upholstery. Adding simple shapes to any space provides instant chic and a subtle nod back to beloved design “OGs” like David Hicks, Albert Hadley and Angelo Donghia. Returning to a classic form means you can work it in any space or aesthetic.”

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All’s Well

I’m writing this letter early on a Friday morning after completing a 10-minute meditation on my Calm app about building consistency. It’s just one component of my daily wellness practice, along with long evening walks, a plant-based diet and an ongoing edit of our home’s interior to make it more regenerative.

Coming out of the pandemic, we have a heightened awareness of the influence that our homes can have on our well-being and the broader environment. At Luxe, we’re taking a leadership role by engaging in this conversation with our readers as well as the greater design community. From conscious landscaping to wellness retreats and meditation rooms, you’ll find the theme woven throughout this issue. We also recently hosted our firstever Living Well summit in Los Angeles featuring a captivating lineup of speakers who inspired and educated our audience with topics ranging from the power of the downstate to universal rules about how to design with intention. I encourage you to learn more by tuning into our new wellness-focused channel, Wellness by Design, launching soon on designtvbysandow.com

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MAYFAIR HOUSE HOTEL & GARDEN

As Coconut Grove continues to reinvent, an iconic hotel roars back to life in grand fashion. Transformed by interior design studio Goodrich, Mayfair House Hotel & Garden presents lush tropical grounds, curated art and two dining outlets: Mayfair Grill and Sipsip. Yet, it still embraces architect Kenneth Treister’s original masterpiece. Below, Goodrich principal Matthew Goodrich details what guests can expect. mayfairhousemiami.com

Upon Arrival. Guests will be excited to see the courtyard and garden lavishly enhanced with a dazzling array of plants and a direct view into the garden as soon as they arrive. The lobby is completely refashioned, bringing back the curvilinear plans that defined the original arrival sequence. The new sculpted plaster ceiling and column were also inspired by Kenneth Treister’s original design. Meanwhile, a new custom metal screen designed by Miami native Michele Oka Doner provides a layered transition between the interior and the courtyard.

Preservation and Restoration. Original elements of Treister’s design were restored to honor the architecture, including sculptural reliefs, copper light fixtures, carved wood doors and figurative door knockers. During construction, we also discovered sculpted panels that had been covered behind drywall for years and found decorative metal elevator doors in the basement that we reinstalled in the lobby.

New Incarnations. In the courtyard, we transformed a fountain that hadn’t worked in years into a comfortable seating area. We refashioned an old elevator into a small cocktail bar that opens right onto the old fountain. Guests can now drink and dine surrounded by palms and orchids.

Guest Rooms. Our team designed dozens of custom furniture pieces that make the rooms feel more like a guesthouse than a hotel and created color palettes inspired by the feeling of richness from the original hotel.

NEW IN TOWN GAUCHO

Hailing from Buenos Aires, Argentina, luxury goods brand Gaucho opened its first U.S. store in the fashion-forward Miami Design District, where a towering horse sculpture at the entrance immediately sets the tone for the company’s celebrated equestrian culture. Known for leather goods, readyto-wear fashions and accessories, the brand is also garnering attention for its home decor line, Gaucho Casa. “Using the highest-quality natural materials that are ethically sourced, each piece embodies the heritage of Buenos Aires and its deep-rooted connection to artisanship,” Gaucho creative director Lautaro García de la Peña says of the collection that includes mohair throws, silver-plated trays, wine bottle accessories and homeware pieces. “Argentina’s epic wild landscapes have had their influences as well, with handworked silver or sculpted goat horn handles providing the perfect partnership of form and function—and a chic complement to the modern details in your home.” gaucho.com

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For abstract expressionist Carol Calicchio, painting bright, bold naturescapes reflects her deep affinity for all living things and her optimistic world view. Artistic from an early age, the Delray Beach creative dabbled in sculpting, photography and jewelry-making while attending New York School of Interior Design before pursuing her true calling: fine art. carolcalicchioart.com

What inspires you? I was raised in suburban Connecticut and spent a lot of time camping among butterflies and stars. When I go outside and look around, I find the colors within nature equally soothing and energetic, so I implement those hues in my paintings. The positiveness and lightness in the work feed my soul.

Describe your creative process It’s like I’m in a trance. I don’t set out to draw or paint something specific; it finds me. Something tells me which colors to use, and I just paint, as if I’m a vessel for how the universe is unfolding. Then I’ll look, and the painting will be done. That’s how my “Ocean” series started.

What’s on the horizon? I’m working on a black-and-white series called “Beauty of Darkness,” which was inspired by a rare flower that blossoms in the moonlight and wilts before dawn. It’s very intense in depth and contrast. I also have a home collection in the works including wallcoverings, fabrics, pillows and more.

After battling illnesses caused by living and working in a building plagued with arsenic, lead and mold, Dr. Elizabeth Trattner made it her mission to create a nontoxic building unlike anything else in the country. The doctor of Chinese and integrative medicine accomplished that feat with Helia House, her new healing oasis nestled in North Miami. “I scoured the country for the healthiest, nontoxic, green materials available,” Trattner says. “Everything from the floor to the ceiling, doors, sealants and insulation was selected in collaboration with an environmentalist.”

The midcentury modern building boasts a special air filtration system that kills viruses and bacteria as well as a water filtration system that eliminates harmful chemicals. More than 1,000 crystals are embedded throughout the structure for an energizing effect, while wraparound windows, plants and a Zen garden offer natural sunlight and elements of nature. “Many people would think that a space like this would feel sterile and unwelcoming, but I incorporated natural materials like untreated teak, poplar, fir, date palm lighting, ethically sourced wool rugs and Oeko-Tex linen curtains to create a warm, welcoming oasis,” says Trattner, who also chose artwork by female artisans in Morocco, Tunisia and Italy. The practice offers acupuncture, light therapy, Chinese dietary therapy, crystal and gemstone healing and more to treat acute and chronic illnesses. elizabethtrattner.com

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FROM A NEW ARTS DISTRICT IN DELRAY BEACH TO WYNWOOD’S FIRST HOTEL, ART AND CULTURE ARE BUZZING THIS SEASON IN SOUTH FLORIDA.

ANDRE DESIGN DISTRICT

A warehouse sector fashioned after Miami’s Wynwood Arts District is becoming a central hub for creatives in Delray Beach. Located on Congress Avenue, one block from bustling Atlantic Avenue, the Andre Design District is awash with 30 colorful murals, many of them painted by Wynwood names, and houses around 70 tenants who have added their own flair to their spaces. “We’ve transformed over 40,000 square feet of industrial space to interior design firms, art galleries, beauty and fi tness enterprises, creative retailers and more,” says Steven Michael, principal of B anyan Group and developer of the Andre Design District. “It’s the opportunity to bring back the cluster of art galleries, unique shops and eateries that made Delray so desirable for the past three decades.” Look for rich programming, like monthly art walks, and more cafes and a distillery to open by the end of the year. designdelray.com

ARLO WYNWOOD

For the first time during Art Week, after exploring Wynwood, get ready for a sleepover. The new Arlo Wynwood hotel presents prime access to the neighborhood’s vibrant street art and will serve as a living canvas for artists. Guests can explore more than 250 works, including exterior walls splashed by Miami locals Hoxxoh and Milagros Collective.

“Art enthusiasts can spend hours perusing the hotel’s permanent installations and special Art Week exhibits before stepping out to explore the hundreds of galleries, popups and street art,” says Jennifer Hiblum, general manager of Arlo Wynwood. “We are thrilled to o er guests an immersive cultural experience during one of the greatest art events in the world.” Designed by Meyer Davis, the hotel exudes an eclectic industrial aesthetic where organic meets modern.

Amenities include private cabanas, a rooftop pool, a bar and cafe, and a yoga deck. arlohotels.com

ART WEEK

At the end of November, the international art world will converge in Miami for the muchanticipated Art Week. Art connoisseurs should prioritize lauded Art Basel , which will take over the Miami Beach Convention Center, open to the public December 1 to December 3. Expect to wander through vast exhibitions featuring global works by modern and contemporary masters as w ell as emerging artists. Other can’t-miss satellite fairs include Scope , an annual fair nestled in a pavilion on the sands of South Beach that will showcase a diverse range of contemporary artists and large-scale installations; Untitled Art , which will take place on Ocean Drive and tout performances, curated presentations and live events; and Design Miami , which will feature museum-quality exhibitions of 20 th and 21 st -century furniture, lighting and objects as well as panels, lectures and programming. Satellite fairs will take place between November 29 and December 4. artmiami.com

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AS WATER BECOMES INCREASINGLY PRECIOUS, LANDSC APE DESIGNERS OFFER GUIDANCE—AND HOPE—FOR CREATING BEAUTIFUL DROUGHT-TOLERANT GARDENS. WRITTEN BY MAILE PINGEL
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With decades of experience gardening through droughts, landscape designers across the West Coast have themselves become a precious resource. Their collected insights and ideas offer a path forward that reduces water consumption and aides in the overall improvement of our environment. From big changes to concepts as simple as using native plants, the West’s take on waterwise gardening—the practice of selecting plants that require less irrigation—is a wellspring of inspiration.

Many in the industry agree that a first step is changing our mindset: Waterwise doesn’t mean unattractive landscapes. And outdated language like xeriscaping (a term coined by Denver’s Department of Water in the 1980’s) hasen’t helped win anyone over. Landscape designers today are moving the conversation beyond gravel and cacti and showing just how inviting waterwise gardens can be. “People are getting into it now,” says Charlie Ray of The Green Room Collaborative in Phoenix. “They’re seeing how a dynamic native garden adds to the atmosphere

of their home.” Montecito Landscape’s Lisa Cullen has similarly shifted the dialogue with clients. “Nobody wants to do something because they have to,” explains the California-based organic gardener. “Rather than selling waterwise, we focus on the benefits and how pretty it can be.”

“We’ve overwatered environments for decades because of inappropriate material choices,” continues Ray, who carefully considers which flora and fauna to use for each project and often starts by adding shade trees, which create a micro-climate under their canopy. “Layer shrubs, massed for drifts of color and texture, and then lots of wildflowers—you’ll see the birds and butterflies come right in,” he adds.

For Forestoration’s David Noftsinger there is such joy in seeing blanket flowers grow wild in nearby Glacier National Park, and equally happily in his own garden. “Planting natives helps develop a sense of place and an appreciation for the bounty of your area,” explains Noftsinger, who recommends homeowners familiarize themselves with natives unique to their state. Visiting

local botanical gardens for inspiration can also be helpful. “Become a member, go to workshops, volunteer—they’re a key resource for local communities,” says Ray.

All in all, the approach to gardening and landscaping happening on a local level along the West Coast can be replicated across the country. And as Noftsinger believes, “the more pieces we put back together, and incorporate what’s supposed to be there, the more change we’ll see— every bit you can do is beneficial.”

Above: Forestoration created a unique garden oasis at the foot of Montana’s Columbia Mountain. Top: In Southern California, Montecito Landscape used colorful, drought tolerant plantings. Previous page: The Green Room Collaborative focused on bringing native plant material back to an Arizona project. top photo: courtesy holly lepere, bottom photo: shiva solaimanian.
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VERA ICONICA ARCHITECTURE’S VERONICA SCHREIBEIS SMITH BREAKS DOWN THE IMPORTANCE OF WELLNESS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT.

I like to say we design experiences and architecture happens to be our medium. Whether you call it wellness architecture or something different, what we’re seeking to do—not just with every project, but with every space—is nurture the soul, optimize people’s lives and elevate the human experience. Architecture is the practice of creating your surroundings and it can influence everything from an inhabitant’s emotions and cognitive performance to relationships and the ways in which we gather and interact. Did you know we spend 90 percent of our time indoors? How we sculpt and model that

interior really impacts every single part of our lives.

Buildings are powerful. There have been neuroscientific studies done where EKGs are performed on people who are then taken into unique buildings like a temple, Grand Central Station or the Salk Institute. Their frontal lobe actually shuts down once inside. This is what happens in meditation, when you enter a non-dualistic or flow state, which is your highest level of being. So people who can tap into this and work from their flow state are often high-performing businesspeople, musicians or creatives— they feel super productive and happy. I try to create spaces that support how people want to operate and are tailored to their

inhabitants in every way because when homes have a proportional or harmonic resonance, you will ultimately feel better.

At the end of the day, humans are a part of nature and if we fight that or try to shut it out, we end up hurting ourselves. I make sure that natural materials and plenty of light are present in every project. Using local resources also creates a sense of culture, belonging and identity which is really important to our existence. But everything comes back to being in harmony with nature and taking care of our planet. veraiconica.com

A Jackson Hole, Wyoming, project by Vera Iconica Architecture features an abundance of light and a layout that optimizes mountainside living. headshot: dan krauss, photo: aaron kraft.
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FROM CALIFORNIA TO THE CATSKILLS, THESE NEW HIGH-DESIGN DESTINATIONS ARE AIMED AT IMMERSIVE WELL-BEING.

If the latest crop of wellness hotels, retreats and fitness clubs across the U.S. have anything in common, it’s that exactly none of them adhere to the ubiquitous spa aesthetic of recent decades—dependably soothing but often dull. The future of luxury destinations takes a more full-bodied approach and looks

to improve your physical, emotional and spiritual states through elevated experiences and sophisticated spaces. From luxe resorts and nature-focused bootcamp-style getaways to exclusive, über-stylish gyms, these wellness hot spots will have you longing to pack your bags and take a deep exhale upon arrival.

RESET Telluride, Colorado

The rugged San Juan Mountains were undeniably influential for architect and designer Stephanie Malsed when creating the interior scheme for Reset’s wellness center, the hub of an ultra-luxe, intensive nature-focused retreat in Colorado. The state-of-the-art facility for sweating, recovering and mindfulness practice harnesses the five elements—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—and draws in colors from the outdoors, namely pine green and warm pink tones from alpenglow. Guests engage in guided half-day treks and self-care rituals surrounded by nature or in the comfort of the wellness center. At the end of the day, retreat to a private section of the Madeline Hotel & Residences with amenities that include algae-infused slippers, a hydration bar and customized aromatherapy. resettelluride.com

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THE RANCH Hudson Valley, New York

The Ranch, a results-oriented fitness retreat, which began in Malibu in 2010, is ready for its East Coast debut after taking over the legendary 200-acre Table Rock Estate in upstate New York. Designer Steven Gambrel oversaw the interior and historical restoration of the 1902 structure, devising a total transformation of its rooms, including the former ballroom reimagined as a gym for yoga, meditation and fitness sessions. Guests can kick off their morning with hikes through nearby Ringwood and Harriman State Park. Organic, plant-based meals, naps and daily massages are additional hallmarks of the idyllic but intense regiment. theranchmalibu.com

SENSEI PORCUPINE CREEK Rancho Mirage, California

A sense of calm and Japanese Zen penetrates the light-filled 22-room and -villa Sensei Porcupine Creek. A sister property to Lawrence Ellison and Dr. David Agus’ Sensei Lanai in Hawaii, the newest location promises guests a similarly bespoke journey toward living healthier, longer lives. Ellison oversaw all design details as a 230-acre private estate in the Santa Rosa Mountain foothills was converted into the ultimate wellness destination offering patrons three pathways to follow: Move, Nourish and Rest. The sunny and lush property—complete with gardens, a lagoon pool, golf fairways and hiking trails—is as much a part of the recipe for well-being as the Sensei Guide-led practices and treatments (think Abhyanga four-handed massage), plus five-star cuisine at Sensei by Nobu. sensei.com

HEIMAT Los Angeles, California

This fitness and wellness concept club, located in a refurbished 1930s industrial building in Los Angeles, is the future for the gym-going, Soho House-belonging, health-conscious set. The members-only outpost boasts stained glass panels dividing custom strength machines from a studio of specially designed Pilates reformers. The light-filled cardio area, complete with a cacti garden, resembles a chic hotel lobby while the locker rooms, conceived by Germany-based design studio Inco Media, are fitted with marble, hand-crafted wood paneling and Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona daybeds. Upstairs, famed architect and designer Martin Brudnizki enriched the interiors of Michelin-starred chef Michael Mina’s Mother Tongue restaurant, which lives alongside a sparkling pool and exuberant co-working space awash in yellow. heimat.com

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Wellness in the Woods

A LUXURIOUS MONTANA RESORT PROVIDES NATURE FOR NURTURE.

It turns out that you can get pretty close to nirvana by taking a mindfulness walk. I’ve recently leaned into the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who encouraged the practice of mindful walking. Yet, to truly deepen the connection, one needs to be in a place where the magical properties of wellness can take hold. For me, that was on a trip to The Green O.

Nestled into a quiet ponderosa pine forest hillside, the resort sits on 37,000 sweeping acres outside of Missoula, Montana, and envelopes visitors like a soft hug. One part luxury ranch and two parts nature immersion for body and soul, the all-inclusive, adults-only property is an exclusive assemblage of 12 design-forward, glass-boxed villas constructed with sustainable principles that dot the land like works of sculptural art. Of all the semi-secluded “haus” designs, my favorite was Tree Haus, which sits on stilts rising 23-feet above ground and features a spiral staircase running through its three-story spine. I enjoyed lavish comforts sheltered inside while simultaneously immersed in the panoramic landscape, glimpsed through towering floor-to-ceiling windows that provided views of wildlife and a hint of warm twinkling lights from Green Hauses beyond.

Among The Green O’s 12 rustic-yet-refined accommodations is Tree Haus, which sits on stilts offering an elevated view of the surrounding landscape.

This communal-like setting is crowned by Social Haus, the property’s heart center that functions as dining room, bar and central gathering spot. Architect and designer Kristen Becker of Seattle-based Mutuus Studio worked alongside interior designer and executive co-owner Nadine Lipson to conceive interiors that cast a smoky Modernism vibe with cozy campfire-style seating, leafy green hues and shou sugi ban wood reflective of the woodland surroundings. The Michelin-worthy culinary experience, led by executive chef Brandon Cunningham, impresses with nightly curated nine-course tasting menus, gourmet wood-fired pizzas available for delivery to your private hot tub, and artful delights by James Beard-nominated pastry chef Krystle Swenson. It could well be that her rosé-soaked rhubarb cake and dark chocolate brown tart with conifer green gelato ice cream were all the wellness I needed!

I spent my days learning how to flyfish on the Blackfoot River accompanied by a patient guide; riding ATVs through sprawling pastures; stopping off at the equestrian center for a bit of horse therapy and luxuriating in a mineral mud bath at the spa. But the most profound part of my stay was the stillness of early morning strolls in the woods, practicing mindful breathing and walking— and connecting to the wonders of the earth. thegreeno.com

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French Fantasy

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anew in Provence. Since then, her Instagram feed reads

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After a sabbatical in France in 2016, visual artist Jamie Beck uprooted her life in New York City to start anew in Provence. Since then, her Instagram feed reads like a siren song to hundreds of thousands of followers slower-paced, chockfull of and successful photographer the likes of clients, turned her photography years, archived book, Provence jamiebeck.co

Clockwise from top right: Empress Coral Rug by Guo Pei / From $6,960 / therugcompany.com Arlene Dinner Plate in Sepia by Casa Lopez / $95 / aerin.com Summer in a Bottle Côtes de Provence Rosé 2021 / $26 / wol er.com Aristocat Satin Ballet Flats in Black / $250 / the-sleeper.com Marchese Chaise Lounge / Price upon request / ebanista.com An American in Provence by Jamie Beck / $40 / simonelement.com Cary Silk Square Cushion in Pink by Madeaux Home / $215 / gingerlily.com Velvet Bow Barrette / $128 / jenniferbehr.com Empress Coral Rug by Guo Pei / From $6,960 / . Arlene Dinner Plate in by Casa Lopez / $95 / PHOTO CREDIT: JAMIE BECK.
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Harwell Godfrey’s bold and symbolic line coveted by celebrities and the fashion alike. From her Noz Nozawa-designed just outside of San Francisco, Godfrey contemporary heirlooms by hand using gold, precious gems and diamonds.

Lauren Harwell bold and line of jewelry is coveted celebrities and the fashion crowd alike. From her Noz studio just outside of San Francisco, creates heirlooms hand 18k gems and diamonds.

Each collection tells a story (Menagerie, her features animal motifs that represent virtues and traits) and is inspired by ancient ethnic patterns. Colorful, playful and rich Godfrey’s talismans bring a cool factor who them. harwellgodfrey.com

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Flamingo Estate is a modern-day Garden of Eden tucked away in the hills of Los Angeles. Founded by Richard Christiansen, the seven-acre property, ripe with herbs, fruit trees, flowers and native plants, morphed from a personal residence into a full-fledged lifestyle brand in 2020, garnering a dedicated following across the country. Christiansen’s wideranging offerings of earthly delights—from extra virgin olive oil to shampoo—always have an eye toward sustainability and ethical farming. flamingoestate.com

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Upcycled Utopia

CRAFTED FROM REPURPOSED MATERIALS, THESE ARRESTING FURNISHINGS HELP TO BETTER THE WORLD AROUND US.

LAYERED LOUNGER

Stackabl, a digital platform by Toronto design firm Stacklab that allows users to create one-of-a-kind pieces from leftover, locally sourced materials, has joined forces with New York-based gallery Maison Gerard to launch its inaugural collection. As part of the platform’s introductory designer capsule series, Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson of Drake/Anderson, designed this Madame Chaise Lounge. Layers of stacked felt remnants (a Stackabl signature) form a modern version of a traditional chaise, while the jolt of pink is an ode to midcentury fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli. maisongerard.com

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PLAYFUL PLASTICS

James Shaw’s colorful and tactile Plastic Baroque Chairs prove that a problematic and mundane material can be reimagined into something beautiful. Shaw has worked with plastics for nearly a decade and created a special extruding tool allowing him to further push the limits of the material’s assumed potential. The fruits of his labor are on display with the whimsically imperfect arms and legs of these lightweight chairs, which are topped with removable patchwork corduroy cushions. objectivegallery.com

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MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

PET Lamp is on a mission to rethink plastic bottles through lighting design. The Madrid-based company conceives pieces featuring a bottle at the center, embracing the humble material rather than concealing it. The Eperara Siapidara model is made by artisans in Colombia (the company works with a network of craftspeople around the world who specialize in unique designs) and boasts a colorful woven shade made from paja tetera palm tree leaves—an abundant resource in the region. goodeeworld.com

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PIONEERING PERCH

British designer Jane Atfield’s RCP2 chair, inspired by Dutch furniture designer Gerrit Rietveld’s 1923 Military Side Chair, was one of the first pieces of furniture made exclusively from recycled plastic. Now, a series of re-editions have been commissioned by Emma Scully Gallery in New York City to celebrate the design’s 30th anniversary. A thought leader in conscious design, Atfield’s original RCP2 chair is featured in the permanent collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. emmascullygallery.com
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craft traditions of India are at the heart of Tantuvi, a rug company founded by former fashion designer Arati Rao in 2015. The Malachite Rug, shown here, is made by artisans in Rajasthan using reclaimed silk remnants collected from the sari industry. Its geometric step-like pattern is a nod to 400-year-old stone staircases—some of which still stand today—found in Northern India that were built to access water sources. Featuring yarn carefully colored by hand, each design can take up to two months to complete. tantuvistudio.com L U X E S O U R C E C O M MARKET
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LIVING

Crafting wellness-minded kitchens and serene spaces are top of mind for industry leaders.

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Follow the Light

THREE TOP KITCHEN DESIGNERS SHARE THEIR HEALTHY APPROACH TO CREATING CULINARY HAVENS.

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When it came to her own kitchen in the greater New York City area, French-born, Manhattan-based interior designer Laurence Carr designed the space to serve as a central wellness area for her family of five. “My husband and I have three teenagers, and this is a place where we can work, socialize and cook together,” explains Carr, who collaborated with architect Jordan Rosenberg to conceive the contemporary home. “Biophilia, plenty of natural light and sustainability were also important considerations. There are large windows that provide a connection to the garden, and the

amount of light entering the space is important in minimizing the electricity and lighting that’s necessary.” Carr kept the palette clean and simple, employing a mix of dark gray and cream cabinetry, Calacatta marble and wood accents. “Cream is much softer than white, and the gray lends a contemporary touch,” says the designer. To create a look that’s seamless and streamlined, Carr paneled many of the appliances and even included a hidden door—made to look like one of the cabinets— that leads to a walk-in pantry. “The space feels timeless yet modern.” laurencecarr.com

Interior designer Laurence Carr’s kitchen in the greater New York City area is a contemporary-yet-timeless, light-filled space that serves as command central for her family of five. photo: kelly marshall.
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CALMING FORCE

Claire Staszak of the Chicago firm Centered by Design is known for what she calls a holistic approach, combining her love of interiors with a passion for wellness (she is also a certified yoga instructor). So, it’s no surprise that when she was tasked with the renovation of a 1930s Colonial north of Chicago, she whipped up a kitchen for a young family that feels calm, balanced and serene. Staszak was limited to working within the kitchen’s existing footprint, however she was able to make a few key changes—including closing off an opening to the dining room, removing a window to add symmetry and adding a larger window to bring in more light—that make all the difference. “In doing this, we were able to fit in everything we wanted, including a large island and a coffee bar,” notes the designer. “The clients wanted something fresh and beautiful with a mix of Southern charm and the feel of a French bistro.” With that in mind, Staszak installed custom cabinetry from her firm’s in-house line in a light taupe shade, cafe-inspired lighting, natural wood accents and periwinkle backsplash tile from Ann Sacks. “Custom cabinetry provides the opportunity for a variety of details tailored to the homeowners’

needs, such as arched doors and open shelving,” Staszak explains. With the clients being avid cooks and entertainers, storage was a major focus. The designer incorporated hidden compartments for appliances, bakeware and utensils, while niches flanking the range hold cooking essentials such as oils and spices. Meanwhile, easy-to-clean quartz surfaces lend durability to the hardworking space. “Health and well-being are important to this couple, and I really tried to be a calm and grounding presence during the renovation process,” Staszak says. “My job is always to take the stress off my clients, make the process feel like a true collaboration, and channel a Zen attitude.” Most importantly, adds the designer, “a space doesn’t have to be boring in order to feel balanced.” centeredbydesign.com

headshot: heather talbert, kitchen photos: aimee mazzenga. In a Wilmette, Illinois, kitchen, Claire Staszak of Centered by Design chose Benjamin Moore’s Bruton White for the custom cabinetry paired with Tob Knobs hardware and a tiled backsplash by Ann Sacks.
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NATURAL INSTINCT

When Los Angeles−based decorator Mandy Cheng set eyes on the magical treetop views from this Woodland Hills kitchen—which sits three stories above the ground thanks to the home’s hillside setting—it became clear that nature should take center stage in this renovation. “The view inspired the design and dictated the palette,” Cheng explains. “I wanted to bring the trees in and tie the design to the outdoors.” Cheng chose a combination of white oak upper cabinets and open shelving, which recalls oak trees outside, and green to channel the leaves. “When colors are consistent between indoors and out it gives the illusion of more space,” Cheng notes. Furthermore, the designer installed windowed cabinetry that not only references the residence’s Craftsman style, but “maintains that open, airy quality. We wanted to keep the cabinetry from feeling too heavy.” Low-maintenance quartz countertops, unlacquered brass fixtures that will develop a patina over time and a “natural-looking” textured tile backsplash round out the scheme. To address the client’s need for additional storage, Cheng installed custom drawers for cooking utensils, a nook for storing paper towels and wooden crates to hold potatoes and onions. “The previous layout discouraged cooking and eating well because it didn’t function properly,” Cheng says. “Now it feels clean, calm and inviting.” mandychengdesign.com

photos: madeline tolle. Inspired by the home’s lush surroundings, Mandy Cheng opted for a beautiful green hue—Vintage Vogue by Benjamin Moore— along with a Newport Brass faucet, Wolf range and Zephyr hood.
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With homeowners relying less and less on natural gas, many are turning to electric induction technology when it comes to their kitchens. Gaggenau’s 400 Series induction cooktop features a fully customizable surface depending on the owner’s needs, whether it be an electric or teppanyaki grill. gaggenau.com

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Inspired by the silhouette of a tulip and available in six finishes, Brizo’s Tulham SmartTouch Pull-Down Prep Kitchen Faucet promotes a clean work environment by allowing the user to turn the water on and off by tapping anywhere on the fi xture’s surface—the perfect solution for dirty hands. For those wanting a completely hands-free experience, voice-command technology can be added. brizo.com

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Health-conscious cooks praise steaming for its ability to retain more nutrients than other methods, and Fisher & Paykel’s new Series 11 24-inch Combination Steam Oven is equal parts sleek and efficient. In addition to steam, there are options for convection-only baking and combination cooking modes. Plus, a water line isn’t necessary thanks to the oven’s 50-ounce water tank. fisherpaykel.com

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Keep the Peace

WELLNESS ROOMS HAVE EVOLVED FROM AMENITY TO NECESSITY.

As our world grows increasingly complex and connected, the need for places to get away from it all grows too. From Luxe’s bird’s eye view, seeking escape doesn’t necessarily mean looking outside the confines of home— quite the opposite, in fact. Take this Glendora, California, meditation room by designer Norm Wogan, which perfectly illustrates today’s artistic, deeply considered approach to at-home escapism. May these magical wellness spaces, from Brooklyn to Hawaii’s Big Island, inspire you to create your own slice of sanctuary.

Designer Norm Wogan scoured local Indian and Moroccan shops for unique artifacts—including an antique altar and aged copper pendants—to outfit his client’s Glendora, California, healing and meditation room. wogandesign.com

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TAKE PAUSE

“My husband and I took meditation classes years ago. Afterwards, we set the intention to do a daily 20-minute meditation in the morning and another in the afternoon,” shares designer Lisa Kahn. For Kahn, maintaining a morning practice was easy. An afternoon practice amidst the activity of office life was another story—so she crafted a meditation room in her Naples, Florida, headquarters. To encourage

midday respite, the designer wrapped the space in a Kravet raffia, adding comfortable pillows in a HomArt batik fabric and live-edge wood stands to display healing objects. “We believe meditation is an important element of the day to gather a sense of self when the bustle feels all-consuming,” she says. “It helps us stay connected to our larger purpose for being here.” lisakahndesigns.com

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RECHARGING STATION

When hired by clients with an appreciation for the Japanese bathing ritual of a shower to cleanse the body followed by a bath to cleanse the soul, designer Lindsay Anyon Brier saw a unique opportunity for an exterior wellness space. Specifically, when she viewed their Piedmont, California, home’s deck, set conveniently off a gym, she envisioned a soaking tub. In collaboration with Berkeley Heat, she conceived a cedar hot tub seemingly dropped within the tree line. Underscoring the home’s commitment to sustainability, the creation boasts a drainage feature in lieu of chemical maintenance. (Wastewater is then used to irrigate the property.) Adding a touch of sparkle to the scene, decorative screens with a Moroccan motif “create a sense of privacy and intimacy while focusing the eye on views of San Francisco Bay,” notes the designer. anyondesign.com

HEAVEN SENT

An enchanting yet derelict Hawaii Island property brought together the team of designer Marion Philpotts-Miller, architect Paige Wilburn and landscape designer David Tamura. Together, they restored the home’s old growth teak ceilings and beams, infused light and flow throughout the interiors and reimagined the grounds, whose pièce de résistance is an entry courtyard designed for peaceful repose. A lanai illuminated by vintage Japanese lanterns and outfitted with an antique bench flanked by bronze Burmese guardians offers the homeowners a particularly contemplative space to enjoy the sights and sounds of several water features. Not the least of which is a hidden shower garden tucked behind a retractable teak screen. philpotts.net

DREAMING IN COLOR

Leave it to designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to kick any notions that neutral and wellness must walk hand-in-hand to the curb. Exhibit A: This exuberant massage room set high on a cliff in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Bullard confidently swathed the space in Benjamin Moore’s Covington Blue, a languid, ocean-green tone that plays to the Sea of Cortez beyond the windows. A medley of natural woven sisal and abaca furnishings—all nods to indigenous Mexican arts and crafts—join a 1970s painting scored at an antique shop in Mexico City, which Bullard admits is his favorite element of the room. “The vibrancy holds you captive whilst still maintaining calmness due to its abstract nature and ear thy pigments,” he explains, adding, “it has a distinct and welcoming warmth reminiscent of Cabo’s famous sunsets.”

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When designer Cheryl Settino Mosher’s clients tasked her with crafting a prayer room within their Brooklyn apartment, she did her research first. For visual inspiration, Mosher referenced Owen Jones’ The Grammar of Ornament, looking to motifs of ancient civilizations.

Ultimately, she landed on a quartet of Schumacher wallpapers in sepia tones, which were deconstructed then put together in a bespoke pattern intended to evoke the feel of a sacred space modernized for contemporary

living. Meanwhile, for the layout, she used a Qibla compass to place the family’s beloved prayer rug directed toward the Kaaba. Bathed in diffuse sunlight, the room, with its cozy, velvet-covered divan, has become a reading room as well as a place for worship. “It’s an area to recharge,” says Mosher. “Now more than ever, we need these spaces. Whether you have a large home or an apartment, you have to make time to sit and find quiet—whatever that means for you.” brooklyn.studio

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ICONS + INNOVATORS

Within any industry, profession or creative community, there are icons and there are innovators. Those in the first group—the icons—have a storied history and abiding level of expertise that has placed them at the very top of their field. While the second—the innovators—are discovering new ideas and ways of working that bring energy and ingenuity to their craft. And an important point not to be overlooked is that in many instances icons and innovators are one and the same. In this special section, Luxe Interiors + Design celebrates these enduring leaders and forward-thinking visionaries whose commitment to what they do and the people they do it for is both far-reaching and long-lasting.

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Dreamers, artists, designers, makers, masters of metal—in the BELT family and creative team, one finds it all. Together, Louis Beltran and Angela Garcia, and their children Valentina and Federico, lead this collaborative metal design studio that pushes boundaries to inspire clients with the endless possibilities the material holds. “From classic to contemporary, sculptural staircases to art commissions, if you can dream it, we can make it,” Louis says. Working alongside architects, interior designers, builders and homeowners, the studio interprets their vision, shares their metal expertise and co-creates unique pieces. In its creative journey, BELT has won many accolades and built a loyal base of repeat clientele. Asked what they believe is the secret to their success, Valentina touches on their careful approach and says, “As every hyper-technological trend rises, there is a countertrend in response. We see design gravitate towards meaningful and unique pieces with timeless aesthetics that honor and elevate the craft.”

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“Some truly great architects of history inspire us,” Louis shares. “In particular, those of the Art Nouveau movement, such as Guimard, Horta and Gaudí, are influential. In their work, every building ornament had a meaning and intent, and their exploration of material was unbelievable. Details differentiate revered timeless architecture, contemporary or not, from the cookie-cutter kind.”

SURFACES BY BELT

BELT’s iconic work will continue to push the material limits and explore unseen capabilities. The family studio has been developing boutique collections of metal surfaces. “The versatility and incredible natural textures, tones and shapes we can create are infinite, inspiring and very appreciated by the design community,” Louis says. “We are using them for private art commissions, capsule collections of one-of-akind furnishings, wall claddings, wall fixtures, partition screens and architectural detailing.”

Above This gorgeous patina will bring texture to a design. Top A feature wall with a bespoke mirror utilizing texture from BELT’s Surfaces collection reflects a stunning staircase design.

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When a love of nature is combined with forward-thinking design and expert execution, landscapes that spark the imagination and inspire the soul are the result. Since 1984, KWD Landscape Architecture has been designing one-of-a-kind outdoor spaces for the most discerning homeowners, high-end communities and premier commercial properties in South Florida and beyond. “KWD was founded on the core values of innovation, generosity and integrity,” says Amy Wieland-Carlson, Managing Principal. “With these guiding ideals in mind, we endeavor to create spaces that significantly enhance each client’s quality of life while respecting the environment.” The firm’s unique approach to design is focused on bringing fresh perspectives and custom details to every project. “Providing this level of creativity and service takes additional time and resources and is what makes KWD synonymous with excellence.”

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

What are the keys to building an exceptional firm? Amy Wieland-Carlson shares her insights

• What makes KWD stand out? We have a thriving team of incredibly talented designers who’ve been mentored by legendary Founding Principal, Krent Wieland, that are committed to excellence and enjoy the challenge of designing new elements and highly-intricate details that are unique to each client and their personal style.

• How is technology benefiting you and your clientele? For decades we have led the industry in our conceptual design work and continue to do so today with groundbreaking assets like three-dimensional modeling, which is done in-house by our staff who are not only skilled in this technology but are also intimately familiar with each project.

• What will KWD’s legacy be? The exceptional outdoor spaces we have created that not only improve our clients’ lives but have made a positive impact on our entire community, as well as the variety of charitable organizations we support that benefit children.

Above A Green Island Ficus tree creates a visual highlight in this artfully-designed landscape. Top An aerial view of this property showcases the grand scope of KWD’s work, which exceeded the client’s wants and visions.

Bottom An eastern view of the infinity-edge pool and custom-designed pergola provides an inviting image of this lush, luxurious paradise.

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Bold, gutsy and chic, chic, chic—this is how Lesly Maxwell describes her work. “Some designers tap into the essence of one style; I do not,” she says. On the contrary, Maxwell believes design should transcend the obvious. “I believe that you need to know the rules to break them, and this allows me to create the unexpected.” In her view, this materializes in her ability to pair eclectic furniture and a complex combination of materials. Maxwell enthuses, “I defy categorization and contend that the issues of space planning and comfort eclipse the joys of stylish decor. I lead my clients to make the functional and practical decisions first.” The approach has served her well, and now, she’ll add fresh perspectives to it. “I’ve brought my eldest daughter, Madison, and a previous intern, Hannah, onboard full-time. I observe them and their dynamic a lot, and I foresee them forging ahead as a design force to be reckoned with.”

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At the heart of Maxwell’s creative philosophy is this: a well-designed home must be usable. “From the outset of any project, I take the time to analyze how to make a room work as a successful living space,” she says. “I draw a fine line between stylish and livable; I have long been recognized for my ability to integrate architecture with interior design. I begin with pen-to-paper doodles and sketches—very old-school but nonetheless effective. I love to color!”

WHAT’S NEXT?

“My clients and I are putting more time and energy into the use and spaces of the home,” says Maxwell, who has noticed an uptick in custom built-ins for the office and remote learning stations. “We have lengthy conversations about creating aesthetic Zoom backgrounds.” She also shares a trend insight: “Minimalism is making waves. Clients don’t want to dust. Less is more.”

Above For this primary suite, Maxwell chose a sophisticated mix of styles, with pieces by Belgian artist Sabine Maes. Top In this modern, yet classic kitchen, Maxwell commissioned Ceramic Matrix to assist in the creation of a 12-foot-wide Sicis glass mosaic mural. Far left Maxwell brought muted colors, polished stainless steel and a desk of her own design to this office. Left This foyer remains true to Maxwell’s belief in mixing styles, eras and textures.

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Artwork by Jordi Ribes hangs against a living area wall of French oak from Pianeta Legno Floors. Eny Lee Parker’s Oo floor lamp breaks up de Sede’s Snake sofa from DDC. Cassina’s Rio coffee table tops a Brazilian rug.

Most homeowners bring sentimental items and treasured decor with them when relocating to a new residence.

Designers Cristina Hoyos and Melanie Weber’s clients, however, arrived with more than a few beloved pieces: a vast art collection, numbering some 400 works by emerging contemporary artists. Although not each one would be displayed, the Venezuelan couple still required a home that would accommodate their acquisitions while remaining suitable for life with three young children. With a few improvements, a structure they discovered on a lush lot had the potential to meet their needs. “They wanted to focus on their art, the walls and the lighting, both inside and out,” Hoyos says.

Architect Alfonso Jurado and builder Eduardo Arenas partnered for the renovation, a major focus of which was to bring as much natural light as possible inside and to create a more open plan. To do so, they eliminated key walls, including between the living and dining rooms, and added full-length windows to the living area. The latter now has enormous views of the Caribbean-inspired grounds by landscape designer Mercedes Porcari, who installed plantings such as ferns, ginger flowers and gardenias around the owners’ outdoor sculptures. “We wanted to create a functional but tropical space,” she says. “It’s romantic and as natural as it could be.” Jurado and Arenas also relocated the primary bedroom from its original ground-floor location to the second floor and improved the transition between the living and dining areas by looking up: “In rejigging the ceiling trusses, we created a vaulted look throughout that entire space,” the architect says.

Most walls were painted white to create a neutral backdrop for the art, yet the owners embraced an element the designers encouraged to warm up the home’s museum-like quality: lightly stained oak woodwork—the more, the better. “We suggest wood all the time to clients, but they’re usually scared to have too much of it,” Weber laughs. “We think there is never too much.” In addition to installing millwork throughout the residence, “we used engineered wood flooring in the living and dining areas and the same paneling on the walls,” Arenas adds. Flush frameless doors in the space remain concealed, creating a seamless look.

Although the updated floor plan produced the bright openness the owners desired, the reduced wall space created a daunting task for the designers: determining where and how to display art. “That became a challenge throughout the house,” Weber acknowledges. “During every call, the husband asked, ‘Where am I going to put this piece? Does it fit on this wall?’ ” One solution was constructed between the dining and living areas: a slatted oak screen equipped with hooks, letting the homeowners easily hang—and swap out—art from both sides while allowing light to pass through. The husband also proposed the idea of installing a ceiling-mounted hanging system, used often by museums, keeping many walls free of nail holes.

Within the new framework, the designers considered ways to imbue a sophisticated yet cozy vibe without drawing attention away from the art. Coincidentally, just like he had amassed their collection, the husband gravitated toward the value and meaning behind vintage furnishings, which augmented the tone set in each space. “In all of our work, we incorporate some midcentury pieces,” Hoyos notes. “The husband realized he loved this style and could collect pieces like art.” Treating the process in a similar investment manner, he researched the makers and stories behind items such as the dining area’s midcentury modern mahogany table and cane chairs, both complementing the nearby screen, and the living area’s reupholstered Costela chair and ottoman. Maintaining a clean look, the designers focused on a neutral palette and natural materials, including raffia-like rugs throughout and vintage sheepskin chairs in the living area.

Not every piece is decades old, however. The team mixed in contemporary items with a throwback look, like statement light fixtures and the living area’s curvy leather sofa. “These pieces float, like in a museum, so you can walk behind furniture to see the art,” Weber explains. Unsurprisingly, art also shows up in the children’s playrooms and bedrooms, which mirror the rest of the home in refined whimsy. “We wanted items that will last so the kids can grow older with them,” Hoyos says, pointing to the raffia wallcoverings and vintage rugs. Now the family is surrounded by two beloved collections of art and furniture, all under one roof—a little midcentury, a little eclectic and completely them.

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Right: French oak flooring from Pianeta Legno Floors lines a hallway adorned with an Emily Mae Smith piece leading to a Nicolas Party work. Dea Italiana fabricated the wine cellar with a wood floor and walls by Oscar Ono.

Opposite: In the dining area, a Genesis Tramaine painting enhances a screen by Dea Italiana that separates this space from the living area. Beneath the 1950s Italian chandelier sit a table and chairs by Martin Eisler and Carlo Hauner.

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Kid decorates the daughter’s bedroom, where Ducduc’s Litchfield bed—wearing Serena & Lily sheets—rests on ABC Carpet & Home’s Beni rug. Astro Lighting’s Enna wall sconce is from Lightology.

Opposite: Above a Kim Markel chair, an RH picture lamp illuminates a Dora Dalila Cheffi piece in the custom desk; to the left is a Szabolcs Bozó work. Phillip Jeffries’ Chromatic wallcovering in Mauve Madness envelops the room.

Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White backs the primary bedroom’s Otani Workshop and Jordi Ribes artworks. Thomas Hayes Studio tables holding Astep lamps frame Poltrona Frau’s Times bed. A Finn Juhl sofa, custom bench, rug from ABC Carpet & Home and Design Within Reach pendants complete the look.
THE HUSBAND REALIZED HE LOVED MIDCENTURY STYLE AND COULD COLLECT PIECES LIKE ART.”
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A New Classic

Embracing contrasts, a home takes its cues from Spanish architecture and modern Italian design.

Architecture: Carlos Palmer, Carlos Palmer Architecture Interior Design: Susan Bednar Long, S.B. Long Interiors Home Builder: Adriana Hernandez and Luis Hernandez, HCD Group Corp
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Hudson Valley Lighting sconces and Vaughan lanterns punctuate the gallery hall. Across from an Andy Warhol piece, The Gladiator by Fernando Botero stands before a Jackson Pollock artwork. Bungalow 5’s Augusta armchair sits next to a custom console holding a Robert Abbey lamp.

At first glance, Tracy and Alisa Bahl’s Mediterraneanstyle house looks every bit a part of South Florida’s architectural legacy. There’s coral-stone trim around the windows and cornices, a tile roof, a rotunda and even a bell tower. Step into the luminous entry, however, and the clean lines and bold juxtapositions signal that this Old Worldstyle residence is, in fact, a new build. Crisp white wainscoting opposes the steel balustrade on the dramatic curving staircase leading to the second floor, while the creamy tiles underfoot are accented with graphic details in dark stone, continuing the length of the adjacent gallery hall. “The exterior is traditional, but inside, it’s a completely different feeling,” says designer Susan Bednar Long. “The owners wanted a classic but updated look, so that contrast was intentional.”

The original midcentury dwelling on the property had long been the couple’s second home. Though it offered proximity to family and friends as well as gorgeous sunset views over the water, turning the existing structure into their forever home proved impractical, and the Bahls decided to start fresh. “As much as we loved it, the house had 1942 problems,” Tracy explains. “The space usage and flow weren’t right for us. And we wanted a second story, which couldn’t be built on top of that foundation.” Alisa adds, “We wanted a layout that worked for how we live and entertain.”

Making the most of the long, narrow site, architect Carlos Palmer designed a two-story volume with a vaulted center hallway as a breezeway between the primary rooms on both floors. Midway down the lower-level corridor, French doors open to two interior courtyards with loggias, ensuring an easy flow indoors and out. “The house is classical, but its layout is modern,” Palmer says. “The hall forms a strong axis, which ends with a round pool mirroring the bell tower at the front.”

Builder Adriana Hernandez, who helmed the project with her father, builder Luis Hernandez, applauds the owners’ commitment to authenticity. “The raw steel staircase railing feels like something someone would have done years ago,” she says. “The columns are actual coral columns, and the

pavers in front are salvaged Chicago brick. As a builder, these details take longer and require more coordination, but they make the house.”

For the interiors, Long took her cues from one of the couple’s favorite European getaways, the J.K. Place Capri, which offers a fresh take on traditional Italian design. She embraced the challenge of creating an atmosphere that would spotlight their growing art collection while bringing in a streamlined feel of traditional forms and fixtures. Because the dwelling had to be comfortable when it was just Tracy and Alisa yet flex to accommodate their visiting sons and gatherings both large and small, there are spaces for entertaining and lounging. The media room, for instance, holds a spacious sectional as well as a pool table that can act as an overflow dining table. A coffered ceiling sounds a formal note in the white paneled library, which the designer outfitted with a striped rug, mirrored bar, houndstooth-covered wing chair and white performance fabric on the settee. Just across the hall, the dining room also leans formal, but she took care to include such practical features as hidden wall storage and ring pulls on the backs of the chairs so they can be moved without touching the fabric.

Long tapped her experience in yacht design to put an elegantly nautical spin on the octagonal breakfast area, where a glossy mahogany table inlaid with chrome is joined by creamy fauxleather chairs finished in navy piping. Meanwhile, the flowing white draperies and the drum shade overhead are edged with stripes. “I’m a huge stripes fan,” she says. “I’d put them on everything.”

The designer deployed a more informal vibe for the upstairs bedrooms and the couple’s office, with a complementary palette and painted wood floors. Angled, beamed ceilings and round windows invoke the coastal nod, while a cathedral ceiling brings a lofty feel to the primary bedroom. The latter is accented with tomato red, inspired by a Horst P. Horst photograph Alisa wanted on display, and traditional lacquered linen side tables.

Best of all, the abode is an homage to the city the owners adore. “We can be in the middle of bustling Miami Beach one minute and in our pool the next, enjoying a drink and watching the sunset,” Tracy says. Alisa adds: “We love Miami, and we wanted it to be part of what we built.”

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Kelly Wearstler’s Strada chandelier crowns the living room, home to Global Views armchairs, Holland & Sherry’s Evelyn rug and a Gabby side table. Ralph Lauren Home lamps top White on White cabinets near Estro sconces. The settee and coffee table are custom.

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Above: Vintage armchairs join Jonathan Charles’ Soho martini table and a custom coffee table on Colonial Mills’ Allure rug in the library. Robert Abbey floor lamps frame Wesley Hall’s Blaine sofa, accented by David Salle artwork, Casamidy’s Moneda side table and Made Goods nesting tables. Opposite: Atop the side of the house is a reproduction of a church bell the homeowners fell in love with in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Terra-cotta roof tiles and details in coral stone amid La Finestra windows reinforce the exterior’s old-world vibe.
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Above: Ann Sacks checkerboard tile flooring flows into the kitchen, featuring a La Cornue range and Reflecting Design’s Pazzo mirror. York Street Studio’s terra-cotta leather Thonet stools line the Statuario marble counter beneath Remains Lighting Company’s Mercer 17 lanterns. Opposite: In the breakfast area, Hickory Chair’s Laurent dining chairs encircle Justin Van Breda London’s high-gloss mahogany Legacy Darcy table with chrome detailing. The draperies are made of P/Kaufmann’s Slubby linen from Arabel Fabrics. Overhead is a custom light.

Above: A Blu Dot sofa gathers with Gabby’s Eleanor table and a TCS Designs, Inc. armchair in a guest bedroom. Made Goods’ Conrad nightstand partners with Oly’s Faline bed. Surya’s Temple rug lays on painted white wood flooring. Robert Abbey’s Aiden lamp completes the scene.

Opposite: Ann Sacks marble appears on the flooring and walls of the wife’s bathroom, outfitted with a BainUltra tub and Theodore Alexander’s Fillmore stool. A Hector Finch wall sconce affixed to the mirror offers ambience.

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THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

Playing with light and gravity, a glass sculptor pushes the boundaries of perception through his work.

WRITTEN BY MONIQUE MCINTOSH PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARY BETH KOETH

From soaring medieval cathedral windows to Victorian crystal palaces to modern skyscrapers, glass has been the material of choice for engineering wonder. It can refract light, make structures seemingly defy gravity and even manipulate perceptions of space. Artist Brookhart Jonquil harnesses these reality-bending qualities in his geometric glass sculptures.

Jonquil gravitated toward glass because “I wanted to make an object without using any physical material,” he explains. “I knew that wasn’t possible, so I found the faintest sliver of matter that would interact with light and gravity to create an object through perception.”

Manipulating clear and mirrored glass achieves this incorporeal experience. Jonquil carefully calculates his structures’ dimensions through sketches and CAD programs to create these prism-like effects. In his Miami warehouse studio stacked with glass sheets, he often cuts and bonds pieces by hand onto metal scaffolding. Together, these facets create cascading shapes that shift when observed from different angles. “Its form emerges from emptiness, emptiness emerging from form,” says the artist, who is represented by Emerson Dorsch. Sometimes paired with fluorescent bulbs, these reflections multiply into labyrinths of light.

Yet every hand-cut joint remains visible to viewers. “You understand the mechanisms and still see the mirage,” he explains. “You’re creating my work in your mind. If you close your eyes, the piece ceases to exist.”

The sculptures’ hard angularity has softened in Jonquil’s recent pieces incorporating water, which contort space in unpredictable ways— but also introduce nature. “If there’s warmth and water, life happens,” he notes. “I wanted to examine that complexity.” At the Deering Estate, nature flocked to the artist’s first water sculpture, Earth Arise, Sky Descend —a transparent Plexiglas pyramid floating in water that grew populated by algae, grass and wild animals. These explorations continued in his interactive installation at the Miami Botanical Gardens, where visitors could water plant cuttings in Plexiglas.

Jonquil’s latest piece is on display at the Cadillac Hotel & Beach Club from November 17 through December 8, compelling viewers to feel the undercurrents sustaining our daily existence through his work. Indeed, through the artist’s lens, life is truly something to behold.

In his warehouse-like Miami studio, artist Brookhart Jonquil (bottom) measures a piece of mirrored glass for a sculpture. Occasionally incorporating fluorescent bulbs (below), he uses intangible forces to create art—often rendered in angular (left) or geometric forms (opposite)—that warp the way viewers witness space and light for a visual illusion.

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Modern Tradition

Blending historic with current, one designer offers a twist on the local style of a 1920s residence.

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Interior Design: Monique Miller, Calimia Home The living room’s existing pink walls are a perfect backdrop for pieces such as a bookcase from Mecox and a Burke Decor globe pendant. The wicker table and chair set is from Florida Regency. Custom stools and a vintage bar cart add to the scene.

The first thing designer Monique Miller thought when she approached her clients’ Spanishinspired home was, “Wow. This is beautiful.” When Miller walked inside, she had another strong reaction—but for different reasons. “The Palm Beach style was intense,” the designer recalls of the interior, which was awash in shades of pink and multitudes of wallpaper. “I knew I had to peel back those layers.”

The former owner purchased the historic El Cid residence, named Villa Belmonte, after it served as the Kips Bay showhouse in 2017, transforming the individually designed rooms into a singular vibe that embodied South Florida’s vintage look. But Miller’s clients, who’d relocated to the area from New York with their young children, wanted a different approach. “They asked me, ‘Can we revamp this into something elevated and relaxed?’ ” she says. “They still wanted a nod to Palm Beach but to embrace more of the home’s Spanish architecture.”

They’d chosen the right designer: Miller is renowned for her work with Mediterranean homes. “This house definitely speaks to my personal taste,” she says. “Historic Spanish colonial structures are what I love.”

Thanks to this expertise, the designer immediately knew the angle she wanted to take: Keep those classic architectural moments while integrating modern furnishings to make the interiors feel fresh. Original terra-cotta floors, Spanish tile, cypress beams and arched doorways would be preserved. Clean-lined furnishings, natural stone, statement lighting and greenery (lots and lots of it) would then brighten the rooms. “These details are what make the interiors current,” Miller notes.

There was another element she couldn’t ignore—incorporating a more restrained version of Palm Beach style into the home. It was important, Miller explains, to still reference the locale’s design influences. To do this, she embraced the classic pink-and-green color scheme with a modern take, including soft blues. The designer considered each room with a singularity, as the 1920s architecture meant separate rooms rather than a contemporary openconcept layout. But, using the chosen color palette as the baseline—sometimes quiet, sometimes dramatic—she also ensured there was a natural

flow. “I had to think about each room individually but also holistically,” Miller says.

In the dining room, this meant coating the walls in a vivid green that reads fun yet sophisticated. “The clients wanted this room for entertaining,” she says, pointing to the contemporary vibes of the minimalist beetle chairs, sleek marble consoles and extra-wide oak table that allows for two-person benches rather than traditional head chairs.

After dinner, a transition to the living room for cocktails or coffee provides a subtler tribute to the region with its blush walls, chairs with moss-green leather seats and vintage wicker game table and chairs. “The wall color was already in the space,” the designer reveals. “But once we took out all the furnishings, including pink sofas, I realized it could work if we did it in our own way.” This included low-profile, armless, white linen sofas; a travertine coffee table; and an oversize globe pendant. “Now the color is soft,” she muses, adding that the understated palette allows the white plaster fireplace to play center stage—“whereas before, the pink felt strong and prominent.”

Palm Beach chic is nothing if not playful, so Miller also wanted to ensure the abode has a lightheartedness. In the family room, a custom sectional covered in a blue performance linen encourages piling upon. “It’s so huge, it can fit eight to 10 people,” she says. A sunny yellow breakfast nook with a jade linen-covered banquette provides an exuberant ambience for casual meals. And for even more pop, the designer covered the entry walls in bold green-and-white patterned wallpaper and installed cane furniture in the space, playing to the cypress beams overhead while setting a tropical tone.

Another green-and-white wallpaper—this one striped—provides a gender-neutral backdrop in the children’s suite, which was designed for the couple’s son and daughter (they’ve since greeted a new baby). “They wanted their kids to be together,” Miller says. “We didn’t want it to speak to being a boy’s or a girl’s space.” In fact, any child would adore the room, which features a play area complete with a poofy sofa, kid-friendly artwork and props for imaginative games.

It’s a house the designer says holds a special place in her heart, as it reflects the family and how they live. “They made this huge move from New York to Southeast Florida,” she says. “And now, this really feels like home.”

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CB2’s Piazza sofas join Noir armchairs and a McGuire coffee table on Armadillo’s Atlas rug in the living room. Visual Comfort’s Ian K. Fowler Lola floor lamp stands near the original plaster fireplace.

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Right: Preserving built-ins and wall sconces, designer Monique Miller created a charming breakfast nook. RH chairs and a bench cushion of Libeco linen from Arabel Fabrics form a cozy gathering around the vintage table.

Opposite: Inspired by the outside greenery, the designer wrapped the entry in Thibaut’s Ebru wallcovering. Serena & Lily’s Shore bench and a vintage terra-cotta planter bring in texture.

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Above: Farrow & Ball’s Breakfast Room Green and Graham Gillmore art enliven the dining room. Below Aerin’s Mollino chandelier from Circa Lighting, Rove Concepts chairs and Four Hands benches surround a Grove + Anchor table. Arteriors’ Hamish consoles and Tompkins sconces frame the window. Opposite: Overlooking the entry, an upstairs hall carries the same green found in the dining room. The Oushak runner is from Heir Looms Vintage Rugs, while Libeco linen from Arabel Fabrics reappears on a window seat cushion. The owners’ chair and artwork complement an existing light.

Above: “We started with this beautiful wallpaper, and the design evolved from there,” Miller says of the Cole & Son Marquee stripe chosen for the children’s gender-neutral bedroom. Artwork and a tent from Smallable make for a charming play area.

Opposite: A Made Goods nightstand holds Arteriors’ rattan Parasol lamp between the custom oakand-linen upholstered beds on a Dash & Albert rug in the children’s bedroom. The Roman shade is The Shade Store’s Luxe linen in Oyster.

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Above: A custom linen slipcovered bed sets a serene tone in the primary bedroom. Miller layered shades of white with a vintage floor covering from Heir Looms Vintage Rugs, Croft House’s Sierra chair and a CFC dresser. The Made Goods nightstand is topped with an Arteriors lamp.

Opposite: “We didn’t want to take away from the beautiful architecture or landscaping,” the designer says of the loggia. Harbour outdoor furnishings, including a coffee table alongside a teak-framed sofa and armchairs, accompany cushions made of a Perennials material.

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