FEATURES Dallas Dream Team
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Mark Molthan, owner of renowned design-build firm Platinum Series Homes, and his team of professionals are committed to authentic details when it comes to designing “your show home at your price.”
Ken Tate expounds on classic design in his Stanford House, an artisan retreat that tells stories from the times of yore.
Chicago interior designer Kent Allen Kiesey explores his love of traditional design and preservation with the Huntland Farms estate in northern Virginia.
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates’ One Jackson Square features an undulating glass and metal exterior that has little precedent in modern architecture. Noted as having an “organic modernism” design concept, the residential building is a new fixture in NYC’s Greenwich Village.
Life’s a (Suburban) Beach In their seaside getaways, Stelle Architects and Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects use an understated design approach and the native terrain to create spaces worthy of a long weekend visit.
Tailored Details From traditional coastal to cutting-edge modern, Florida-based builder Kurtz Homes is working to redefine the meaning of service with a smile.
No Ordinary Wallflower Rafael de Cárdenas has been dubbed by the NewYork Times as “the hippest thing going on in interior design.” But despite his new fame, he has no intention of being just a celebrity designer. He’s devoted to creating moods, mental states, and moments.
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ON THE COVER The LEED-certified, award-winning One Jackson Square, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Pictured here: skylights at the end of the lobby beckon visitors further into the carved space. page 98 COVER PHOTO: PAUL RIVERA
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