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SCENE Our cheat sheet to all things new and fabulous in the local design community.

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Writer / Washington, D.C. If I had a spare $20,000… I would use the money for a down payment on a small beach cottage. Favorite Luxe interview? My conversation with Arizona- and Chicago-based designer Kim Scodro about her own house was a total treat. She was so genuine and funny, plus very knowledgeable about design. I could have talked to her for hours—I think I did! What is your biggest creative influence? Travel. Stepping away from what I see and do everyday opens my eyes and reawakens my senses in ways that are always meaningful and necessary. Most exciting thing happening in design today? I’m always motivated by people who have the courage to take risks in order to do or create something they believe in. Whatever it is they do, it’s usually done with such passion that it ends up making a lot of other people happy, too. Photographer / New York

What’s intriguing you now in the world of photography? The ergonomics of professional and consumer cameras coming out onto the market. I think that there needs to be more thought that goes into them beyond the science and technology, such as how they can be more thoughtfully designed tools that are functional, fluid and efficient. If you could shoot anywhere in the U.S., where would it be? Buffalo, New York, in the summertime. It has incredible architecture from such amazing talents as Frank Lloyd Wright and Eliel Saarinen that I would love to shoot. I would also like to wander past all the old industrial buildings and dream up what I could turn them into. What type of architecture inspires you the most? There are so many fresh designers that are creating interesting architecture and interiors in Barcelona while still holding true to the history and authenticity of what makes the city what it is. It’s always a tough balance and they are doing a fine job at it.

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If I could photograph anything… It would be the vanishing tribes of the world. What inspires you? I love midcentury modern, with a little wabi-sabi thrown in for its simplicity and use of natural objects and processes. Top three items on your design wish list: I would love to own a Serge Mouille lamp, a throw by Loro Piana or an Easy chair by Hans J. Wegner. Most memorable Luxe shoot? I really like working on the stories for the Radar section. The jewelry shoot I did last year turned out gorgeous!

TARYN BICKLEY Writer / Chicago

Most memorable Luxe interviews? Christiane Lemieux, founder of DwellStudio, and New York artist Jenna SnyderPhillips, whose work I would love to hang in my powder room someday. Writer who has deeply influenced you? Helen Fielding. Her early columns in The Independent as fictional Bridget Jones were incredible; her single thirty-something diatribe is so profound and perfect that I still laugh out loud and agree, even as a smug married woman. What do you enjoy most about design? Nothing makes me happier than sitting in a hotel room by London-based Firmdale Hotels. Co-owner Kit Kemp’s mix of prints and textures, and the play of old and new, is completely inspiring. Someday, I hope to rehab a Chicago brownstone with all these compounding lyrical elements.

VIGNETTE PHOTO AND URIBE HEADSHOT: CLAUDIA URIBE; INTERIORS BY JEN GOING INTERIORS. BICKLEY HEADSHOT: MICHELLE KAFFKO. HOLMES HEADSHOT: COURTESY CHRISTINA HOLMES. SAPIENZA HEADSHOT: ANGIE SECKINGER.

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DEFINING MOMENTS OVER THE COURSE OF A DECADE, DESIGN TRENDS DEVELOP AND SWAY THE MANNER IN WHICH WE LIVE. AS LUXE INTERIORS + DESIGN CELEBRATES ITS 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY, WE LOOK BACK AT THE FORCES THAT TOOK HOLD AND HELPED FASHION THE AMERICAN DESIGN LANDSCAPE. WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY CARA GIBBS AND ARLYN HERNANDEZ

HONEST ARCHITECTURE MATERIAL PALETTES

Architecture has always been the piece of the design puzzle that serves as the foundation for any next-level home and shapes how it is lived in. Contemporary elements (think glass and steel) have long been go-to mediums in the construction world for sleek façades, but honest, stripped-down materials—concrete, salvaged wood, rammed earth—are the new heroes of high-end residential architecture.

“The effect of board-formed concrete is stunning because it is typically thought of as functional with no aesthetic giveback. I love the idea of taking a temporal material like wood and freezing it in time.”

“SIMPLE, NATURAL MATERIALS IN ARCHITECTURE ARE AMONG THE MOST LUXURIOUS AND CONNECT US TO SOMETHING LARGER THAN OURSELVES.” -KEVIN LICHTEN ARCHITECT AND PARTNER, LICHTEN CRAIG ARCHITECTURE + INTERIORS

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Photo: Arizona-based architect Wendell Burnette conceived this structural tour de force, meticulously erected by The Construction Zone in Scottsdale. The home's exterior features rammed-earth walls and a Cor-Ten steel roof, and took nearly a decade to complete.

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RADAR / BIG IDEAS

“I’D CALL THIS PAST 10 YEARS ‘THE DECADE OF REDISCOVERY.’ MIDCENTURY MODERN IS ALIVE AND WELL, AND I THINK IT IS A PRODUCT OF LOOKING BACK TO A PERIOD WHEN AMERICA APPEARED TO BE STRONG AND HAPPY. BUT I PERSONALLY LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THE 1960S—DAVID HICKS, ANGELO DONGHIA, PACO RABANNE.”

BACK to the FUTURE METALLICS / RETRO

What once was old is most certainly new again, as designers are paying homage to past decades and ushering in nostalgic silhouettes and retro finishes into modern day. Shag rugs, brass accents and chrome detailing are at home with coveted pieces by Saarinen, van der Rohe and Baughman. Vintage-meets-modern is the name of the game for the new luxury interior.

-JOHN IKE ARCHITECT AND PARTNER, IKE KLIGERMAN BARKLEY

“Metallics are the new neutral. They're the new transitional look; not modern, not traditional.”

“I’M OBSESSED WITH ’70S DESIGN. MY CHILDHOOD HOME WAS FILLED WITH CHROME, GLASS…THAT WHOLE HALSTONESQUE APPROACH. DESIGN IN THAT DECADE WAS GLAMOROUS, IMAGINATIVE AND THOROUGHLY MODERN. IT WASN’T THE LEAST BIT DERIVATIVE LIKE THE DECADE THAT FOLLOWED.” -DARA CAPONIGRO CREATIVE DIRECTOR, SCHUMACHER

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Clockwise from top: Jonathan Adler Bacharach swivel chairs and a 1960s Rohé Noordwolde hanging chair from 1stdibs lend a mod vibe to a Palm Springs home by architect James Schmidt. This Portland, Oregon, seating area by Kim Hagstette of Maven Interiors features a gleaming chest and a B&B Italia chaise hearthside. Black Edition's Zenith Collection for The Romo Group ups the glam factor of some low-key midcentury modern silhouettes.

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What is it that makes an interior worthy of a second glance? Fearlessness. The last decade has come to be defined as one that has seen a resurgence in daring interiors; ones built around explosions of color, pattern on pattern, one-of-a-kind furnishings, rugs and artifacts. These design elements lend personal narratives to the spaces they inhabit, infusing a unique, spirited thumbprint.

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“We live in a world today where what was private is now public. The home has become another way for individuals to express themselves and no one wants their house to look like their friend’s.”

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“I’VE ALWAYS LOVED THE CULTURAL RELEVANCE OF IKAT AND THE BEAUTIFUL REPETITION OF COLOR AND PATTERN THROUGH ITS WEAVINGS. I HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH IT ALL OVER AGAIN AS I TRAVEL THROUGHOUT SOUTHEAST ASIA.” -JANICE FELDMAN PRESIDENT AND CEO, JANUS ET CIE

“I LIKE TO USE WALLPAPER AS A DEPARTURE FROM THE USUAL. IT CAN BE AN ALTERNATIVE TO ART AND CREATE A WHOLE DIFFERENT FEELING.” -TRIP HAENISCH INTERIOR DESIGNER, TRIP HAENISCH & ASSOCIATES

Clockwise from top: Brooklyn artist Rebecca Atwood unites her watercolor patterns with wallpaper in her new collection. Designer Chloe Warner throws caution to the wind in this fearlessly chic San Francisco dining room. This eye-popping office illustrates Los Angeles design darling Betsy Burnham’s expertise in the art of mixing prints and dotting a space with personal trinkets.

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For many interior designers, working with a fashion brand is the ultimate feat—an opportunity to flex creative muscles not often sculpted in the shelter realm. But for interior designer Ryan Korban, fashion is where he first cut his design teeth. “In a sense, fashion was my first client,” he explains of his early days designing in retail. “It was my job to design around it yet not interrupt it.” The self-taught designer quickly turned industry heads with one übercool space after another and his modern-romantic aesthetic soon caught the eye of one famed fashion designer in particular: Alexander Wang. “It’s such an easy working relationship,” says Korban, who has become synonymous with Wang for their wildly successful collaborations over the past 10 years—from his many storefronts to his own home. “I think the best part of our collective work is that we both consistently strive for bigger and better in every project we undertake.” This commitment to greatness has resulted in a deeper understanding for Korban on the effects each industry has on the

other. “It’s always been important that I understand fashion in order to create interiors where fashion can thrive,” says the designer. “I think people are really starting to grasp the notion that a space can be put together in the same way an outfit is selected.” To that point, fashion houses are now looking to interiors, as “architecture and furniture silhouettes are proving to be huge influences for their brand,” expounds Korban. He further asserts, “designers whose aesthetics are based in minimalism—Jil Sander, Céline, Balenciaga—often turn to interior structures as a source of research.” And though runway collections appear to move at light speed in comparison to interior debuts, the fashion industry is largely dependent on the design world to support their lines. “These days you need to have a well-defined environment to act as an extension of the lifestyle you are selling,” states Korban. Suffice it to say, the synergy between fashion and interiors seems to be an ever-growing one that will continue to elevate each to the next level.

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WHY WE LOVE THEM: This design duo conceives spaces that reflect their SoCal surroundings—calm, refined and textured. Each space has a clear point of view, utilizing the natural materials and of-the-earth color palettes they’ve become known for.

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In their words: “Always looking to nature as inspiration, we fantasize about designing an inn in Big Sur high on a cliff with views of the treetops and the ocean. We love the idea of creating interiors that age well over time, and that are united with nature.”

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CATHERINE KWONG

San Francisco | catherinekwong.com WHY WE LOVE HER: Recognized for her use

of strong graphic elements and a rich color palette, Catherine Kwong’s interiors are elegant, tailored and, though modern and glamorous, still distinctly livable.

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WHY WE LOVE HER: Frances Merrill’s designs are a study in sophistication without being too stuffy. Her interiors are marked with a bit of East Coast prep blended seamlessly with a laid-back California vibe, all characterized with layered textures and lively color. In her words: “My dream project would be to renovate the Topanga Ranch Motel. It is a cottage-style building built in the 1920s to house the road workers expanding the Pacific Coast Highway. It operated as a motel until the state bought it in 2001 and has been empty ever since. I would love to restore it into a 1930s/’40s California-style home, like a location from a Raymond Chandler novel.”

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WHY WE LOVE HER: Grounded in an element of high style, Megan Winters layers bold color palettes with elegant yet glamorous and edgy furnishings. Her fearless compositions are often characterized by whimsical nods and a flawless mix of vintage and modern. In her words: “The best advice I have ever received is to live life to the fullest, work hard, follow your passion and always, without exception and regardless of cost, do the right thing. In business and life there are absolutes in integrity. Don’t ever let anyone convince you otherwise.”

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WHY WE LOVE HIM: Embracing all things outdoors, Brian Paquette’s aesthetic encompasses what the Pacific Northwest is all about: a sense of adventure. His designs utilize lots of layering, clean lines and a thoughtful use of organic color. In his words: “I am constantly inspired by the work of others in the industry, whether that be interior designers, furniture and lighting designers, textile makers, artists, ceramicists or photographers. I am only as good as the people I surround myself with and there is some really thoughtful and next-level work being done here in Seattle.”

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In her words: “My biggest design complaint is when there are too many statement pieces crowded into one space; it starts to dilute the effect. It’s all about layering in the elements to speak to each other in a cohesive way so that the interiors maintain a sense of balance.”

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WHY WE LOVE HER: From sleek, minimal and modern to rustic and relaxed with lots of natural woods, Andee Hess’ designs are hard to pin down. This varied aesthetic is something she equates to design being like storytelling, and that not everyone’s stories are the same. In her words: “I like to take on projects that pose new challenges; there is always so much to investigate and discover. However, residential work is always fascinating to me, as I’m entering someone else’s world and, with that, all of their expectations.”

PATRICK MELE

New York | patrickmele.com WHY WE LOVE HIM: Patrick Mele’s bold use of graphic color and prints has earned him an avid following. Both relaxed and refined, his rooms feel as if they could have always been there, loved and lived-in.

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In his words: “Whether it’s during trips abroad, through books or articles I read or from those that have come before me, there are individuals whose talent, curiosity and contribution astound me. This is what drives me forward.”

WHY WE LOVE HER: Keeping with tradition,

Paloma Contreras seeks out classic silhouettes and timeless pieces, mixing them in a modern arrangement. Though polished and refined, expect pops of color with a bit of glam. In her words: “I would love to design a winery or residence in Napa Valley—one of my favorite places in the world. It embodies effortless, chic American style; laid-back but sophisticated, pared down yet completely luxurious. There’s a great balance of the two worlds unlike anything I have experienced anywhere else.”

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WHY WE LOVE HIM: One to take risks, Caleb Anderson’s creations

are eclectic and curious yet polished, and often his spaces have an element of surprise or a moment of the avant-garde. In his words: “I would love to restore a large historic house with solid bones and interesting architecture. I would curate the rooms with antiques and modern elements and create a magnificent garden. I am fascinated not just for these homes’ architectural characteristics, but also for the intrigue of their history.”

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WHY WE LOVE HIM: Andrew Brown creates spaces that have history and that feel well-traveled and collected with texture and depth. With a lean toward clean lines in a classic, high-contrast color palette, expect a seamless interweaving of styles and eras in his designs—old and new, masculine and feminine, simple and ornate. In his words: “I’m very curious by nature and am always intrigued by the history behind things. I travel a lot, which keeps my eyes open to new possibilities. In design, I try to look at everything in a different way—my mind is always thinking in terms of how to reinterpret the objects that I see that inspire me.”

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RADAR / FUTURE OF DESIGN Stephen Burks, of Stephen Burks Man Made, in his new Brooklyn-based design studio. He’s currently working on collections for Dedon, Parachilna and Roche Bobois, as well as his brand’s participation in this year’s Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture in China and The Armory Show in New York for 2016.

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For decades, international design has almost exclusively referenced a European sensibility. But I’m interested in a more inclusive approach that considers other world cultures. In the early days of my career, I looked at travel as purely for inspiration. Once I began visiting the so-called more exotic regions of the world and creating with the people there, however, travel grew to be just as important an aspect of my designs as sketching. Going to places like Colombia, the Philippines and Senegal has become an inextricable part of my process and life. My work with various artisan groups started when I was sought out by nonprofits like Aid To Artisans and Artesanías de Colombia to be a design consultant. But as I started to understand

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the role that commerce could play in benefitting these craftsmen, my manufacturing partners and I began to seek them out. I found my Senegalese basket-weaving artisans, for example, at a street fair in New York City’s West Village, and my long-term relationship with them has now included several collaborative trips to Africa to produce the Single and Triple Basket lamps and Material Composition 3 totem. This desire to return to handmade objects is becoming more widespread, and I believe that luxury in the 21st century will be defined by more appropriate expressions of authentic craftsmanship. However, as luxury brands move into new markets, they’re increasingly introduced to new interpretations of what that

means, and of technique and luxury itself. Authenticity shouldn’t be thought of as a marketing ingredient that can just be added to a production formula; it’s about being true to the culture of the product’s origin. But there are always clever ways to combine the hand with industry; in fact, it’s the coming together of industrial manufacturing and handmade craftsmanship, two seemingly disparate modes of production, that is inherently contemporary and innovative. And with this new partnership, the role of designer is shifting, as he or she is becoming a collaborator for change. The designer of the future will be at the center of every discussion of new ideas and social progress.

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SAVE THE DATE ART WEEK

DESIGNER CASA When did you open? We welcomed our first guests at 2621 N.W. 2nd Avenue in April 2015. Why Wynwood? I wanted a neighborhood that was edgy and artistic, just like Designer Casa. Describe the space. We’ve created five different living room spaces, as well as a couple of dining areas and bedrooms. I believe in contemporary and very ergonomic designs, yet I outfitted each of the spaces with fabrics that were warm for a timeless look. On the floor? Every piece in the showroom has been designed by us. The furniture and lighting are high-quality modern designs—elegant pieces that will look good in any home and provide balance. I work a lot with teak wood that I personally choose in Indonesia, mostly in Bali, to craft modern upholstered goods. What makes Designer Casa different? Customization. For us, it’s always about what the client envisions in their home. There is nothing we have not been able to make, and we can deliver custom pieces in 8-10 weeks. designercasa.com

CHECK IN NAUTILUS, A SIXTY HOTEL

Miami’s Art Deco District is getting a modern makeover with the massive renovation of its iconic Nautilus hotel, originally built by famed architect Morris Lapidus. Tasked with renovating the property is Florida-based designer Caroline Giraud-Sukornyk, of CG Design, whose vision will meld the excitement of the jet-set lifestyle and opulence of the 1950s with the modern technology and luxurious furnishings that define the 21st century. The hotel sits right where you want to be on Miami Beach’s Collins Avenue, though the guest rooms, outfitted with rough woods, dark leathers and bright, nautical furnishings, are worthy competitors for your time. On the walls, check out a custom art series by American photographer Sante D’Orazio; he is best known for capturing high-fashion images of the world’s most famous supermodels of the 1980s—think Kate Moss, Christy Turlington and Cindy Crawford. sixtyhotels.com

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Art is plentiful at the end of the year when venerable Art Basel takes over Miami. But, if you’re looking to get away from the crowds for a more pared-down version of the world-famous fair, there are several options worth marking on your calendar for the first week of December. Head to Collins Avenue for Miami Project, featuring contemporary and modern works from up-and-coming artists, and Art on Paper, which showcases various pieces (sculpture, drawing, painting and photography) with one unifying medium—paper. The Wynwood Arts District will host Spectrum Miami, an art show exhibiting talented, young artists like South Florida-based Anthony Scime, who employs clean lines and neutral colors in his digital paintings (shown right). Lastly, stop by Ink Miami, where 20th-century works on paper by renowned artists will be on display at the Suites of Dorchester. miami-project.com; thepaperfair.com; spectrum-miami.com; inkartfair.com

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THE INSIDER HERNAN ARRIAGA Miami-based interior designer Hernan Arriaga lives much of his life on an airplane, constantly chasing high-end design all around the world. He has taken on reimagining homes as close as Miami’s distinguished Ocean Drive to as far away as France, and has worked with clients like former New York City ballet dancer Rita Schrager and socialite Valesca GuerrandHermès. Here, he sheds some light on what’s of the moment in art and design and shares his take on what constitutes luxury. hernanarriaga.com

Luxury is… Hard to defi ne. A lot of people get it wrong. It’s not just gold-leaf products and crystal chandeliers, which can be a bit too shiny and, ultimately, too much. It’s about being able to bring balance into your home, and that’s where I like to come in. What’s trending: Contemporary design is growing faster than we expected. Two years ago, we had a lot of clients demanding to stay traditional and conservative within their homes. Now, people are taking much bigger risks. In cities like New York, especially on the Upper East Side, it was largely traditional, and now you can see the changes happening. Projects I have in the area now

are an eclectic, interesting mix of eras and styles. I think people are fi nally understanding contemporary design and respecting it for what it is. On your radar: Everything in the industry begins in Europe; the countries there are the ones dictating what will happen in high-end design in the next year. Normally, it starts in Paris and Milan, which is why I try to travel for Maison & Objet and Salone del Mobile every year. In addition, I try to have at least one or two jobs per year in Europe. It exposes me, or obligates me, to walk around the cities, to buy there and to really live one-on-one with what’s happening in design.

Design muse: Inspiration is everywhere: I’ve said that from a very young age when I was fi rst starting out. I’m not only passionate about what I do, but I’m also a creative mind, and as a creative, I truly believe that if you train yourself to look at a fl ower—the color palette, how it goes from one shade to the next, the combination of the hues and the formation of the fl ower itself—that alone is an inspiration. Add to your library: I’m very good friends with style editor Carlos Mota. His book, A Touch of Style, is incredible. It shows his work over the decades he’s been in the business; I’m lucky enough to have two of my projects in the book.

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IN HIS WORDS: “I love exploring the Wynwood Arts District for great food and drinks. There are amazing gastropubs that serve quality cocktails and craft beers; The Butcher Shop is a favorite. Architecturally, I love the Brickell District.”

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NICHOLAS BAUME, ART BASEL

Returning for the role of public curator for Art Basel Miami Beach for a third time in a row, a job he does in addition to acting as the director and chief curator for the Public Art Fund, Nicholas Baume works to present artwork and performances in an open and public exhibition space along Collins Park and Miami’s sandy beaches. In Baume’s opinion, guests don’t need a VIP pass or an exclusive ticket to take in the masterpieces; all they need is a genuine curiosity for what’s being presented—it’s the City of Miami’s way of engaging with the community outside of the institution Art Basel has become. By way of deduction, this makes Baume the perfect promoter for engaging with the local community through art. Here, he shares his ideal itinerary for a day spent amongst South Florida’s greatest design-heavy attractions. artbasel.com 9 a.m. Being a native Australian, chicken and waffles is an American “delicacy” that I wasn’t terribly familiar with. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in Miami Beach has a version—Chicken ‘n’ Watermelon ‘n’ Waffles—that has made me a convert. It’s served with chilled spiced watermelon adjacent a Vermont sharp cheddar cheese waffle, topped with honey hot sauce and bourbon maple syrup. 10:30 a.m. After you’ve fueled up for the day, head to the Pérez Art Museum Miami with its brilliant building designed by famed Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron. This winter, look for a new exhibit by the Rotterdambased artistic duo Bik Van der Pol. 11:30 a.m. Another must-see is the Bass Museum of Art. They’re currently undergoing a massive renovation, but I’m excited to see the finished project when it’s completed in fall 2016. Just in front of the museum is Collins Park, which will host “Public,” the outdoor exhibition associated with Art Basel that I’m curating for the third year in a row. 1 p.m. For lunch, I suggest the retro Vagabond Restaurant inside the Vagabond Hotel. It’s a fun space with lots of Pop Art pieces hanging on the walls. Chef Alex Chang has made a name for himself with his unusual yet delicious pairings with American, Latin and Asian influences.

2:30 p.m. Miami has some of the finest private collections in the country, many of which are accessible to the public— most notably the Rubell Family Collection, The Margulies Collection, the de la Cruz Collection and the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection. The city also has some terrific independent spaces, such as the non-profit Locust Projects. It was among the first spaces to open in the Wynwood area, now a flourishing center for art and design. I’d spend the rest of the afternoon browsing these from stop to stop. 6 p.m. For pre-dinner drinks, The Broken Shaker has some of the finest cocktails in town. It’s in a really cool, Art Deco hotel on Miami Beach called Freehand. On warm nights, I’m partial to the cocktails incorporating freshly muddled herbs.

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anticipating the opening of the new Faena District, in particular the Rem Koolhaas-designed Faena Forum (shown at right). MiMo is also an emerging district with some fun nightlife and examples of classic Miami Deco architecture. It’s a great place to stroll around and find a holein-the-wall to enjoy a nightcap in. Images clockwise from top left: “Impulse, Reason, Sense, Conflict” at the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection. Number 3 of the Conduction series by artist Albert Oehlen on display at the de la Cruz Collection. A rendering of the Faena Forum. Tune the Old Cow Died of, an art piece on display at the de la Cruz Collection, in which artist Dan Colen composed using chewing gum on canvas. Throwback, a painted-steel sculpture by Tony Smith, on display at The Marguiles Collection.

8 p.m. The Standard hotel’s Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill is a favorite, as is the lantern-lit garden at Casa Tua. At the fi rst, expect healthy fair consisting mainly of meats, fish and fresh herbs, and the water views are spectacular. At the latter, Northern Italian cuisine is served, like burrata with organic tomatoes and fresh basil. 10 p.m. If you still have any energy after dinner, stop by the Design District. It has become a center for not only design, but also for art, restaurants and culture. I’m

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FORCES of NATURE

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First Impression: Substantial, modular, biomimicry, symbolic, meticulous. Artistry: Erinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work preserves fragile, found-in-nature forms in bronze: beetles, feathers and snakes are all frozen forever in time. These organic elements are combined with geometric patterns distilled from biology, ancient symbols and precise modern shapes to create a collection with references that span centuries. Material: The polished-brass base is very satisfying; I respond to the honesty of the material. Luxury: When the bespoke nature of the piece is evident, that is luxury. Time-Honored: These bookends seem like they could be from the ancient world. I can see this collection in a glamorous foyer or library.

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First Impression: Simplistic, harmonious, teasing, light, elegant. Staying Power: Calvin Klein has managed to create interesting variations on traditional home pieces, elevating their elegance while keeping a level of simplicity that allows for each piece to complement a variety of styles. Form + Function: The juxtaposition between the glass and stone materials, while repeating the same square form within both, produces a gradation of transparency to opaque. Ethos: Playfulness brings a humanistic element to a design. Without it, the simplicity would feel sterile. Found: This table should live somewhere the light would constantly change, showing off the transparent levels of the base.

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LUCID THOUGHTS THE PIECE: Crosscut Glass + Strata Stone Side Table THE DESIGNER: Calvin Klein Home FIND IT: calvinklein.com THE INSPIRATION: With an aim to challenge simplistic form and daily functionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;a trademark of the formidable brandâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;this side table pairs intersecting smokedtranslucent glass with a natural stone top to create material contrast and visual texture.

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ROUGHLY REFINED THE PIECE: Rupi Bronze Nesting Bowls THE DESIGNER: Jaimal Odedra FIND IT: maisongerard.com THE INSPIRATION: Employing old-world sand-casting techniques, each exquisitely crafted piece is handmade by Moroccan artisans, revealing a byproduct of organic shapes conveyed in dual textures.

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First Impression: Irregular, solid, man-made, cozy, precious. Finishing Touch: The glossy brass finish and textured exterior create a dialogue between the inside and out. Construction: Nested inside one another, the irregular shapes resemble something that comes from nature but is flecked with a human touch—a human intervention rooted in exceptional craftsmanship. Chances Are: Risk leads to great, unexpected results. It’s a fascinating way to ideate innovative products. Here, the experimentation within the applied arts led to a successful outcome that feels very natural, like part of the same visual language. Lasting Impact: People will look at these objects 100 years from now in museums and learn about our current lifestyle and contemporary human behavior. It’s these types of pieces that will eventually transcend time.

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FIGHT CLUB THE PIECE: Arrow, Warrior Collection THE DESIGNER: Raymond Barberousse FIND IT: studiopgrb.com THE INSPIRATION: Warrior meets high design as this Miami-based studio challenges conventional symbolism— with the arrow no longer a weapon for conflict but rather an illuminating fixture that radiates beauty.

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First Impression: Complementary, elegant, quiet, expressive, balanced. Show + Tell: Every designer’s creative process is wildly different. It is difficult to look at a final piece and know how someone has arrived there. The object will always possess phantoms of the process, but if a work is successful (like here) there is also something that has not entirely been revealed, something that is greater than the sum of its parts. Mark of Success: Balance achieved via imbalance. Memory: Ten years ago I was traveling on the Trans-Siberian Railway and there was an incredibly beautiful woman that left behind an Art Deco hairpin similar to this fixture. I keep it with my drafting pencils. Play vs. Work: Playfulness is the forever mistress of all creative work.

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EN PLEIN AIR THE PIECE: Bloomsbury Rose in Indigo and Damson, Caprifoglio Collection THE DESIGNER: Tricia Guild FIND IT: designersguild.com THE INSPIRATION: Sumptuous velvet is the canvas for a hand-painted floral motif of delicate, large-scale roses that radiates with the feel of a contemporary tapestry in full bloom.

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First Impression: Textural, romantic, rugged, rich, Impressionistic. Forward-Thinking: It’s not easy to take something old and make it new, but for Designers Guild, that art seems effortless. In this collection, traditional motifs and contemporary palettes draw from the past—enlivening designs in a way that feels fresh and transformative. Work of Art: These prints don’t feel like fabric but rather painted compositions—as if Monet stopped by the studio to whip up some designs. Instant Classic: Each hand-painted fabric is quick to become an heirloom of tomorrow. That’s often the benefit of a one-of-a-kind piece, especially one that puts whimsy front and center.

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WOW FACTOR THE PIECE: W Chairs THE DESIGNER: Anna Karlin FIND IT: annakarlin.com THE INSPIRATION: With the classic Windsor in mind, Anna Karlin carefully crafted the W chairs (set of four) to reflect a timeworn sensibility seen through a modern lens, meticulously whittling each spoke by hand to the desired finish, which is then met by a perfectly formed CNC seat.

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First Impression: Hand-touched, spirited, bold, evocative, regal. Composition: I love how these chairs play with form and proportion, most especially in their exaggerated torsos that reveal a soft, matte finish on the maple. Muse: Anna Karlin artfully navigates the design process in such an incredibly fluid way without relegating what she does to a specific discipline. Working with this dynamic interdisciplinary approach, she really hones the definition of what it means to create and to be a creative. Storytelling: While itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s certainly true that these chairs exude a modern silhouette, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also something nostalgic about them. They generate an emotional response and prevail a connection to objects in a compelling way.

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SILVER AND GOLD ARE MORE THAN HOLIDAY MAINSTAYS: THESE RICH METALS ARE BRINGING SPARKLE TO THE HOME’S POWERHOUSE ROOMS ALL YEAR-ROUND. WRITTEN BY BRIELLE M. FERREIRA

There’s a reason why materials like silver and gold are such sought-after options in the worlds of fine jewelry and art: The metals are as practical as they are beautiful—their patented shimmer and shine as powerful a statement as their longevity. So, it makes sense that as the kitchen and bathroom become more and more like proper gems in the center of the homes they inhabit, that designers and architects alike would begin to implement a bit of similar material magic into their designs—a wonderfully sculptural knob in hand-cast bronze in the bath or a ribbon of brass inlaid into a complicated tile pattern on a backsplash. Here, we borrow the best of bling to celebrate kitchens and baths that are both high functioning and high fashion.

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Los Angeles-based interior designer Caitlin Murray uses big doses of high-gloss brass and emerald to transform an entertainment-friendly kitchen into a moody, modern masterpiece that is huge on style. blacklacquerdesign.com Share your vision for this enviable space. The client is young and hip and works in tech, so my partner at the time, Caitlin McCarthy of Caitlin McCarthy Design, and I felt like there was a wonderful opportunity to do something fun and out there. When we found the color for the cabinets— Benjamin Moore’s Chrome Green—we knew we had exactly what we were looking for. It informed everything we did.

Favorite thing about this showstopping kitchen? I love the edgy black Marquina marble and the way that the material interacts with the other elements in the space, like the lacquered brass and the rich green of the cabinets. The resulting combination just reads as really luxurious and incredibly bold. Everything about this kitchen was designed to stand out, and that’s what it does.

Why did you opt for brass fixtures and hardware? We didn’t want to do anything that was expected, and I think using chrome or polished nickel would have been pretty, for sure, but more subtle than what we wanted to achieve. The lacquered brass, on the other hand, is super dramatic and reads so perfectly with the color story in the space that I’m not sure the kitchen would feel as balanced without it.

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KITCHEN PHOTO: MARY COSTA. HEADSHOT: COURTESY BLACK LACQUER DESIGN.

The kitchen cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Chrome Green, the perfect backdrop for the high shine of the pendants from Tom Dixon, LawsonFenning stools, Rubinet faucet and pulls from Liz’s Antique Hardware. The backsplash is from Ann Sacks, and the appliances are Viking.

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ON THE LINE Poggenpohl continues to challenge modern-is-cold misconceptions with +Artesio, a modular kitchen line that blends materials for maximum effect—pairing glass-front cabinets with warm wooden backsplashes and sleek aluminum panels for a hint of sparkle. In this handsome San Francisco space, for example, designer I-Ching Ueng takes the mix one step further, integrating the chromed-out accents on the kitchen’s focal wall with an attention-grabbing bronze chandelier overhead, the result of which is an effortlessly chic retreat that’s perfect for entertaining. poggenpohl.com

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If you’re craving an alternative to the decades-old stainless-steel appliance trend, Whirlpool’s latest offering is a welcomed palate cleanser in the kitchen sphere. This spring, the company will introduce a full suite of kitchen appliances available in a warm-toned painted metallic named Sunset Bronze, which is sure to turn some heads. whirlpool.com

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While German-based kitchen manufacturer Eggersmann has become well-known in the States for its sleek, contemporary kitchens with razor-sharp lines, the company hasn’t been resting on its laurels. In fact, the brand’s newest iterations prove it believes it’s what’s on the inside that counts. Leather accents and crisp stainless steel have become foundations for the company’s carefully rendered drawer organization units, including specially crafted inserts that are really spicing things up. eggersmann.com

KITCHEN PHOTO: JILL BROUSSARD. TILE PHOTO: COURTESY ARTISTIC TILE. DRAWER PHOTO: COURTESY EGGERSMANN. REFRIGERATOR PHOTO: COURTESY WHIRLPOOL.

With its rough metal studs, fine inlay work and star-like accents, the Castello Noir tile from Artistic Tile’s recently released Grand Tour collection walks the thin line between edgy and delicate. Meant to recall the handsome trunks that accompanied the upper European echelon on their travels, this newest addition ensures any kitchen is ready for adventure. artistictile.com

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For tile manufacturer New Ravenna Mosaic’s latest offering—the Parterre collection—the company got personal, tasking its consumers with fl exing their creative muscles thanks to the line’s endless possibilities for customization. When designers Sara Baldwin and Paul Schatz began developing the designs, they wanted to create surfaces with the flexibility to encourage tile lovers to leave their mark, so the 18 laser-cut variations they crafted allow them to substitute natural stone with Serenity glass, shell, ceramic and even aluminum to build unique combinations for bathrooms that are as individual as the people who inhabit them. newravenna.com

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Crafted from a single piece of stone, Lapicida’s Italian Arabescato marble bathtub is designed to make a statement. While its $45,000 price tag ensures the piece is as exclusive a showpiece as you can imagine for the bath, truly it is the bathtub’s creamy color and dreamy gray veining that makes it a real standout. The best part? Since it’s individually laser cut from one-of-a-kind antique stone in England, no two pieces will ever be alike. lapicida.com

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Hand-poured and -forged on the third fl oor of a charming narrow townhouse in Greenwich Village, New York, this whimsical hand-shaped pull from P.E. Guerin exemplifies all the qualities the 158-year-old company strives to instill in each of its products: timelessness and dedication to craft paired with capturing the feeling of the maker’s hand (literally). peguerin.com

BATHROOM PHOTO: COURTESY NEW RAVENNA MOSAICS. SHOWERHEAD PHOTO: COURTESY AXOR/HANSGROHE. BATHTUB PHOTO: COURTESY LAPICIDA. PULL PHOTO: COURTESY P.E. GUERIN.

Axor teamed up with Swedish design studio Front to launch 240, a line of conical fixtures that celebrate the beauty of the bathroom—bringing the pipes that are normally hidden behind walls into the space, showcasing the path the water takes to join in on essential functions. Available in chrome and copper, this pretty sculptural piece is on its way to becoming a cult classic. hansgrohe-usa.com

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The bathtub is from Victoria + Albert; the chandelier is from 1stdibs. All of the hardware used throughout the space is from Waterworks, with the exception of the vintage seahorse hardware sourced from the Rose Bowl Flea Market.

Designers have been busy bringing gold and brass into the bath to pretty up what has, in the past, been purely practical, and these warm-toned materials are quickly giving tried-and-true chrome a run for its money. According to Tamara Kaye-Honey, the designer responsible for this pretty Southern California room, this change is only natural. “There’s a lovely patina that comes from working with materiels like unlacquered brass,” she says. “Plus, when paired with white, the palette is soothing while also feeling fresh and modern.” On the following page, interior talents from across the country share their favorite golden-hued spaces from their own design portfolios.

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“BRINGING IN BRASS IN SMALL TOUCHES IS A GREAT WAY TO INTRODUCE WARMTH AND CLASS TO AN OTHERWISE SIMPLE SPACE.”

“THE BRASS MIRROR WORKS GREAT WITH THE OIL-RUBBED BRONZE HERE. I PREFER TO MIX AND MATCH. IT MAKES THINGS LOOK SO MUCH MORE AUTHENTIC.” -LINDSEY CORAL HARPER, lchinteriors.com

“There’s more of a story to a space that uses brass instead of chrome or stainless steel. Brass adds a maturity and history to any room.” -RYAN WHITE, ryanwhitedesigns.com

Clockwise from top left: The team at House of Jade Interiors struck a winning combination in this bathroom by pairing brass-framed mirrors from One Kings Lane with pendants from Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. The Waterworks vanity, faucet, mirror and floor tile in this midcentury-inspired bathroom by Ryan White all contribute to the space’s timeless look; the sconces are from Circa Lighting. In this powder room by Lindsey Coral Harper, the vintage mirror from Mrs. Howard is a true standout against the teal Farrow & Ball wallpaper; the onyx countertop is from R.G. New York Tile.

KRASON BATHROOM: COURTESY HOUSE OF JADE INTERIORS. WHITE BATHROOM: LAURA HULL. HARPER BATHROOM: FRANCESCO LAGNESE.

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Walk us through the vision behind this minimalistic yet bold space. Everything here was done to maximize the impact upon entering the home. Originally, the foyer was a bit too overwhelming, so we narrowed it while retaining its concave shape. We wanted to make the best use of the space’s unique configuration while also creating a bold statement, and our custom console achieved both goals. You definitely achieved impact through the art. Tell us more about what the pieces add to the design. The artwork needed to be something striking to command immediate attention upon entrance. We were looking for a punch of vivid color and found it in this trio of fluorescent circles. We then wanted to accentuate the artwork and make sure it would pop, so we added a subtle yet textural wallcovering. When you enter the space, your eyes are now immediately drawn to the punchy neon colors and unique curvature of the translucent handblown glass sculpture. With clients scattered across the globe, do you find that your design process varies from region to region? Given our backgrounds, we have a very international sensibility, which works well everywhere. Our design is always inspired by various constants, all while remaining cognizant of the locale. No matter the location, though, we’ve noticed that people are approaching their homes as long-term investments. Custom Console / Britto Charette / brittocharette.com. Drum Pendant / Trend Lighting / tlighting.com. Interior Design / Jay Britto and David Charette / Britto Charette / brittocharette.com. Rod Object / Karen Gilbert and Paul Pavlak / sklostudio.com. Wallcovering / Phillip Jeffries / phillipjeffries.com.

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INSPIRED BY THEIR CLIENTS AFFECTION FOR SAND AND SURF, INTERIOR DESIGNERS DIANA URIBE AND DAVID MIRANDA INFUSE JUST THE RIGHT DOSE OF OCEANINSPIRED ELEMENTS INTO THIS PRIVATE SANCTUARY.

This room doesn’t stray from what you two are well-known for: simple, organic and clean design with striking accents woven throughout. In most of our designs, we do typically lean towards a more neutral palette. Since this is a vacation home for our clients, the only requirement from them was to have a peaceful retreat. They have a very bohemian style about them, so we wanted the home to echo and embrace their beach lifestyle and the bohemian look they love, hence the color palette. Although the space is minimal, there are so many textures that add visual interest.

Is it always a natural inclination to create a space harmonious in both texture and color? Mixing texture with color can be very tricky, but for us, this process needs to be done from construction to installation in order to maintain consistency. Here, we fabricated the apartment with marble flooring cut as wood planks and layered fur, leather and metal atop in order to effortlessly lend the textural elements we needed while still keeping true to our “under the sea” theme, which, of course, would not be complete without the seemingly real shell motifs.

We can’t end this conversation without finding out more about the wallpaper. What made you choose this particular pattern and why limit it to one wall? We chose this wallpaper as it lends the perfect feeling of living under the sea through its subtle waterlike ripples and soft blue tones. We wanted to give the space just a touch of the paper without overpowering the room, so that is why we covered only one wall. The colors of the wallcovering really tie the space together and are just so soft and peaceful, lending the perfect feeling of a calm beach day.

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Eating spaces can often become too formal and ornate yet this one seems so fun and casual. The clients like formality for most spaces, but for their day-to-day life they wanted this room to feel relaxed and inviting. The midcentury furnishings inspired the design, as the owners really love this style for its comfort and clean lines. The clients often entertain, so they needed seating that could fit additional guests. Therefore, we custom-designed the long bench to easily accommodate up to five people, dressing it in a kid-friendly indoor/outdoor fabric.

Is there anything special about the custom bookshelf? The house is modern in its architecture, so we wanted to ensure this room felt warm. The walnut bookshelf and cozy banquette do exactly that and also help to offset the stark white of the table and chairs. However, there were a few challenges in making sure this massive unit did not feel too heavy. To address this, we left the back of the cabinet exposed to reveal the wall color. The bookshelf lends a lived-in feel and is a great way for the family to display art, books and photos.

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AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT THE TRENDS, TIPS AND TRICKS THAT HELP INFUSE A HOME WITH COLOR. WRITTEN BY BRIELLE M. FERREIRA

SHADE SPECIFIC Although neutral living has dominated the home space for quite some time, tried-and-true hues like cream, white and gray have found themselves with some major competition. As homeowners are veering away from playing it safe and toward having more fun in interiors, they’re turning to color to create one-of-a-kind retreats. Whether it’s a bright injection of hue on a well-curated selection of pattern-happy pillows or bold walls painted in a can’t-look-away shade, color is taking center stage. Here, we check in with some of the nation’s top talents on the best ways to bring happy hues home.

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With all the many paint manufacturers and cleverly named swatches to choose from, the hunt for the perfect hue can prove to be difficult. From light and airy to rich and saturated, our most coveted colors are ones that are both easy to live with and that beg guests to take notice. Here, we share the covetable shades that have been making the most appearances on our design dream boards recently. From top: Pistachio, Benjamin Moore; CC0127, Fine Paints of Europe; Armoire Yellow, Ralph Lauren.

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TURN IT UP Jill Goldberg, founder of Hudson Interior Designs in Boston, goes beyond the pale, literally, as she shares her fail-proof philosophy for designing with color. Do you have a go-to shade? There’s absolutely nothing better, in my opinion, than a vibrant, Hermès-y orange. It’s my favorite color, and I love to mix it in with lots of lovely greens and blues for maximum effect. Typically, my ideal palette is one that incorporates both a warm and a cool color. Best rooms for big color? Give me a small room, and I’ll give you big, bold pattern

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and plenty of color. Tiny spaces mean you don’t have to go overboard and fill them with a lot of furniture that’s eventually going to compete with your palette, so they feel more balanced and exciting to me. Share your formula for a room with look-at-me color that doesn’t overwhelm. There’s no perfect equation, of course, but I always try to start with a singular pattern or fabric that brings all the colors I’m dreaming of together. Then, I pull the shades I like out of it— introducing them onto the draperies, trim, carpet and contrast welts throughout the room. hudsoninteriordesigns.com

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Yellow can be a bit of a gamble in the design world; the notoriously difficult shade is tricky to work with thanks to its multitude of undesirable undertones. Designer Chenault James of Columbus, Georgia, however, has it all figured out, as evidenced in this soft and sophisticated entry foyer. “As long as I gravitate toward a strong school bus yellow, the color always works for me,” she says. “It’s my favorite shade because it’s crisp and clear and doesn’t feel muddy or weighed down.” chenaultjames.com

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STYLED TO IMPRESS Bringing in color through accessories is one of Atlanta-based designer Jessica Walmsley’s favorite ways to fill a room with warmth and personality. And this pretty dining space makes it easy to see why introducing them is so effective, especially when they’re paired with funky patterns and elegant prints. “Accessories, like blue-andwhite porcelain, for example, are the icing on the cake and, other than fabric, are my favorite part of the process,” she explains. “They make a room feel layered and lived-in.” jessicawalmsleyinteriors.com

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Although this Miami living room by designer Robert Passal is not for the faint of heart, who wants to be faint of heart anyway? With just about every color of the rainbow present and accounted for, this space does more than pay lip service to the city’s Art Deco origins, and all of the vibrant, framed artwork ties the look together with all the mastery of Picasso. robertpassal.com

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A cool take on preppy painted furniture pieces, Bungalow 5’s Marco collection features a line of case goods categorized by its crisp silhouettes upholstered in rich, textural grass cloth. The nautical navy hue of the large cabinet showcased here looks especially chic when paired with the piece’s handsome gold nailheads and contemporary square pulls. bungalow5.com

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BLACK MAGIC This moody-meets-majestic breakfast room by Birmingham, Alabama-based designer Rebecca Hawkins proves wrong the common misconception that dark colors don’t bode well in small spaces with style in spades. Instead, the chiaroscuro-inspired aesthetic of this sun-dappled spot gives the awkward corner it inhabits new life; a charming pop of yellow, too, on the upholstered bench helps elevate the room into a cozy hideaway that has quickly become a family favorite. 205.919.8842

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WHEEL One look at his color explosion of an interiors portfolio is all the evidence you need that New York designer Miles Redd is used to breaking the rules. For this pretty seating area, however, Redd followed the leader right on down the color wheelâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;where a perfectly selected analogous palette of yellow, blue and green fills the formal space with drama and intrigue. milesredd.com

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INSPIRATION For interior designer Angie Hranowsky, color is second nature. Here, the Charleston, South Carolina-based talent dishes on how to get it made in the shade (each and every one of them). Go big: The easiest way to transform a room and a space is to paint all of your walls a bold, bright shade. It gives you the biggest bang for your buck; plus, you can always paint over it if you change your mind later. Hang it up: One of my favorite methods to bring colorful interest into a home is to introduce beautiful artwork, like the bottle cap portrait by local artist Molly B. Right in this living space I created. It informed everything else in the room—such a statement maker. Stay small: If you’re feeling a little intimidated, there’s no shame in easing into color. Start by working in more exciting shades on your fabrics or pillows—or place an eye-catching throw at the foot of your bed. angiehranowsky.com

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What’s on the color horizon for the coming year? Bold color and colored neutrals will definitely play a big role in 2016. We’re seeing people becoming more experimental as we move out of the recession, and they’re looking to make their homes feel brighter and more confident by using color. Favorite shade of the moment? It’s Farrow & Ball’s 70th anniversary next year, so there will be a lot of exciting launches to look forward to

that will mark the occasion. In terms of my favorite right now, though, it’s Stiffkey Blue (shown here). It’s regal and romantic, a real classic. Tricks for selecting the perfect paint color? I always think the most important thing is to choose a color you love! It sounds simple, but if you want to create your perfect home, making sure it’s decorated with the patterns, paints, artworks and accessories you love is the best place to start. farrow-ball.com

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There’s no limit to how often and how much to use your ideal color once you’ve finally found it. So, when San Francisco designer Lauren Ranes and her client stumbled upon the dreamiest shade of citrus they’d ever seen, they didn’t hesitate to introduce it again and again into the family homestead. “The color, Benjamin Moore’s Ravishing Red, is tomato, persimmon and watermelon all rolled into one,” explains Ranes. “It’s a dignified and cheerful shade.” The result is a cohesive color scheme that relies on pattern and print throughout to make it appropriate for each space. Here, in the breakfast room, for example, a charming Schumacher wallpaper behind the shelves and blue-and-white ginger jars lend the dining space off the kitchen the touch of formality it required. laurenranes.com

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One of color’s most prized properties is being able to bring a fresh, modern perspective to traditional spaces, like it does in this sweet foyer in North Carolina with inspiring architectural detail. Using a palette of soft green and subdued coral, designer Barrie Benson transformed the home’s 1950s bones into a graceful, feminine dream. “I wanted to give a nod to the old without making it feel like one’s grandmother lives here,” says Benson with a laugh. “The palette definitely sets the tone for that. It gives visitors the hint that not everything inside is as conservative as you’d expect from a more formal Southern home.” barriebenson.com

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“WE WANTED THE DESIGN TO BE VIBRANT AND WELCOMING—A space that they will enjoy spending time in,” shares design luminary and owner of Fava Design Group, Joe Fava. Indeed, the patio of the boys’ cottage is the ideal place for recreation and relaxation, with two iconic hanging bubble chairs, plush sectional and picnic-style tables. The modernity of the space belies its comfort and functionality. “The boys were our inspiration. We designed the patio to be a place of gathering, from

doing homework to eating to playing board games,” he says. The design of the space, according to Fava, started from the ground up. “One of the first donations we received was a silver, outdoor area rug from Stark, which helped define our design concept. Next came amazing donations from Quadrille in the form of our sectional fabrics and pillows and a fabulous stripe from Jim Thompson for our bubble chairs. From these items, our design was born.”

BEHIND THE DESIGN HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE THE STYLE YOUR DESIGN EXEMPLIFIES? DOES IT REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC? Each project we work on is unique and reflective of the client. For that reason, our design is fluid and ever-changing.

WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU’VE LEARNED THROUGH YOUR EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH KIDSANCTUARY? This safe haven will facilitate healing, growth and positive life changes in the lives of each of these children. Without the designers and donors, this may not have happened.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? Our favorite element of the patio is the wall art we created using round acrylic aquariums installed on large red and blue polka dots. The fish provide a living element to the space, providing an opportunity for the boys to learn how to take care of another living creature.

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“Working with KidSanctuary allowed me to truly design with love.”

Alena Capra Designs BEDROOM

“THE INSPIRATION BEHIND MY DESIGN WAS TO CREATE AN ‘under the sea’ feel to the room,” enthuses Fort Lauderdale-based interior designer Alena Capra. Incorporating a vibrant array of different shades of blue, with festive nautical-inspired décor, an ambience of playfulness, color, happiness and comfort was created in this boys’ room. The design was put into motion after Capra purchased two colorful foot quilts, made up of a mélange of various hues of blue. The quilts set the tone for the rest of the room’s color

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palette, and everything she purchased for the room was in similar shades and tones. Capra’s firm, Alena Capra Designs, is an award-winning design firm based in Dania Beach. She has more than 13 years of experience as an interior designer and is also accredited through the National Kitchen & Bath Association as a certified kitchen and bath designer. She was recently named the 2016 industry ambassador for Coverings, the largest global tile and stone exhibition in North America.

BEHIND THE DESIGN WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU’VE LEARNED THROUGH YOUR EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH KIDSANCTUARY? The children who will be living in the house should have loving, peaceful and beautiful surroundings. This project allowed me the opportunity to create a special room for the children to feel happy and safe.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? Tile on a wall in a bedroom is not typical, but I wanted to add something bold, so I chose this 3-D tile. Also unique is the hand-painted detailing, like bubbles mixed in with the dolphin, turtle, sea horse and shark wall hangings.

DOES YOUR DESIGN REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC? I love designing whimsical yet modern rooms for children. I also love incorporating tile in unconventional places into my designs; so using the beautiful wall accent tile was my signature mark on the space.

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“We wanted to offer a tranquil room where the boys could not only sleep, but also create, play and read.”

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BEHIND THE DESIGN FOR DAVID MIRANDA AND DIANA URIBE OF DIDA HOME, CREATING a bedroom at the Sam’s Cottage for Boys enabled them “to go back and think like a kid again.” The room, painted in an assortment of cool blues and greens, was created to provide a peaceful space for sleeping while acting as an engaging playroom as well. “First, we did research on color psychology,” Uribe explains. “Then we defined areas based on function and decided to buy simple furniture that

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can be moved around in case the kids have different needs. We also wanted the kids to interact with the room, so we painted a stripe with chalkboard paint and designed a hopscotch rug so they can play.” DIDA Home, located in Miami, is an interior design company offering a wide range of design services for residential, corporate, retail and hospitality projects, ranging from interior renovations to construction, bespoke furniture design and decoration.

WHO OR WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR DESIGN? Feelings. We wanted to offer a clean space with a color gamma that would engage the kids’ feelings. The blues and greens are colors that give people comfort, security, calmness and warmth.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? We painted the lines on the walls with some friends. We had so much fun doing it! The Hopscotch rug is unique in that the children can actually play on it. The chalkboard stripe on the wall is so the kids can draw or write notes.

DESCRIBE YOUR ROOM DESIGN IN THREE WORDS. Funky, playful, happy.

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“Our idea for the master bedroom and master bath was done the same way I would design for my own clients.”

Elaine Bettio Interiors MASTER BEDROOM AND MASTER BATHROOM

AFTER LEARNING ABOUT KIDSANCTUARY AND WHAT ITS purpose for the project was, Miami designer Elaine Bettio decided to direct her talents to the children and foster parents living in the house. “I wanted them to feel the true feeling of home and family,” she says. Applying her same methodology when designing for other clients, Bettio created the space and passed her concepts to her vendors— many of whom donated exquisite contributions to her design.

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“All was placed together and a room was created for the foster parents where they would have their privacy, but at the same time, harbor a feeling of harmony and relaxation,” she says. Bettio’s company, Elaine Bettio Interiors, is based in Miami and Brazil, and creates internationally inspired residential and commercial interiors in the U.S. and abroad. Her experience in designing has given her recognition for style and creativity that is simple yet elegant, which she has coined, “the simple elegance of the unexpected.”

BEHIND THE DESIGN DESCRIBE YOUR ROOM DESIGN IN THREE WORDS. Simple, peaceful, elegant.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? Using symmetry, proportion and the right choice of colors to create a cohesive room that is comfortable, calm and beautiful. I had an open vision to current trends that provide harmony and relaxation.

DOES YOUR DESIGN REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC? This design defines my personal aesthetic, which is simple but elegant. I like to capture the simple beauty in a design that not only looks good, but feels good. It is beauty and soul together.

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“It is very important to have a serene environment and a place where you can come back home and relax.”

Hinojosa Design Studio MASTER BEDROOM AND MASTER BATHROOM

KNOWN FOR CONTEMPORARY, CLEAN LINES AND EARTHinspired palettes, Hinojosa Design Studio’s Carola Hinojosa created a tranquil haven for the master bedroom using her time-honored precedents. Incorporating soothing colors and textural wallpapers, Hinojosa was able to achieve her design goal of providing the boys a quiet respite from the outside world. “It is very important to have a serene environment and a place where you can come back home and relax,” she says. The designer’s creative process began with an analysis

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of the layout of the room. “Once we had the location and pieces set on the floor plan, we started looking for the furniture. Upon selection, we called our vendors to see what pieces they had in stock based on what we needed for the cottage,” she explains. “We were lucky to have a number of great furniture manufacturers that were willing to do custom pieces for us.” Hinojosa began her career 30 years ago in her native country of Bolivia. Her exclusive list of clients includes residential estates, foreign embassies, country clubs and hotels.

BEHIND THE DESIGN WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU’VE LEARNED THROUGH YOUR EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH KIDSANCTUARY? This is one of the most beautiful projects we have done. Many of our vendors helped us achieve the design vision we had from day one and made it possible for us to complete a project that we are all very happy with the outcome.

WHO OR WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR DESIGN? Our inspiration derives from an earth-toned color palette. The design of the master bedroom reflects the aesthetic and design of our company.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? We were able to integrate great textures with natural wallpapers and create a beautiful wall-mounted TV unit that gave the room a more dynamic look.

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“We wanted a modern, upscale kid’s bathroom, but nothing too childish.”

MacDonald Design Associates BATHROOM

FOR MATTHEW MACDONALD OF MACDONALD DESIGN ASSOCIATES, the design of the elegant bathroom stemmed from an irresistible striped marble tile. “The Botta gray-striped marble was the start of the bath design,” explains the Miami- and Los Angeles-based designer. “Everything evolved from the look of that tile, and what we thought was appropriate for a boy’s bathroom.” Striving to create an upscale bathroom for youngsters while avoiding childish décor, MacDonald used white and gray tile contrasted against a Phillip Jeffries blue raffia

wallcovering. “The pop of primary yellow on the taboret shower stool picks up the yellow in the frame of the vintage charcoal artwork over the toilet,” he says. “The vintage-inspired chrome sconces add a bit of shine to the room.” Over the past two decades, Matthew MacDonald’s extensive travels and work in Hollywood have fed and nurtured his eye for design. It is his sensibility and understanding of any given environment that stimulates his creative refinement together with the client’s taste and needs.

BEHIND THE DESIGN HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE THE STYLE YOUR DESIGN EXEMPLIFIES? DOES IT REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC? I would define the style of our design as a warm, modern bathroom with clean lines. Yes, this does reflect my personal style; we design most of our projects with this clean, modern aesthetic. We were also able to incorporate my favorite color, blue, with the wallcovering.

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DESCRIBE YOUR ROOM DESIGN IN THREE WORDS. Sharp, fresh, nautical.

WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU’VE LEARNED THROUGH YOUR EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH KIDSANCTUARY? We learned how truly rewarding it is to design a project for a client we’ve never met. This is not usually the case in our field.

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“We wanted to create a space that was relaxing, functional and conveyed a sense of love and safety.”

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FOR OSIRYS MENDEZ AND SABRINA VELA OF MENDEZ VELA Design, the master sitting room of the Sam’s Cottage for Boys needed to provide both personal and practical elements. “We believe a nurturing environment is essential to the development of every child, and we wanted to create a space that was relaxing, functional and conveyed a sense of love and safety,” the designers share. Based in Miami, Mendez Vela Design is an international design firm offering services in design conceptualization and project management for residential,

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commercial, retail and hospitality projects. With more than 20 years of design experience, the design firm has come to form a tight network of design professionals and collaborators who consistently support its team in providing clients with top-ofthe-line design services. “We follow a simple philosophy, guided by a passion to create spaces that reflect the personality of our clients and the nature of the location where the project takes place, making each final product both timeless and profoundly personal,” the designers enthuse.

BEHIND THE DESIGN WHAT IS SOMETHING YOU’VE LEARNED THROUGH YOUR EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH KIDSANCTUARY? How a collaborative effort between community leaders and designers can impact the lives of children. Offering a safe and nurturing environment is a means for all of us to invest in our community and our world

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? The light fixture projects a series of beautiful and intricate shadows that accentuate the colors in the room and bring out the reflections on the wallpaper.

WHO OR WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR DESIGN? We feel blessed to be able to give back to the community; and this inspired us to design and create a beautiful and functional space for the cottage.

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“Using our expertise and resources to benefit such a deserving part of the community is truly gratifying.”

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NISI BERRYMAN OF NIBA HOME IN MIAMI ASTUTELY USED HER SON Keith as the inspiration for the design of the guest counselor’s bedroom. “Since our room is for a young man usually in his 20s, I kept in mind my son who is 23. It’s a room he would enjoy,” she shares. With a “millennial male” theme, Berryman also drew design inspiration from a recent visit she made to Montreal’s Biosphere by Buckminster Fuller. “The colors of the sky and landscape, and the metal structure, gave me a perfect palette and ideas for materials,” she says. “I started with a carpet from Stark, made

from wool with silver Lurex, giving a slight 1970s feeling to the space, with lots of metallic touches.” Berryman is passionate about beautiful objects and interiors and the people who create them. During its 10 years in the Miami Design District, NIBA Home has become a destination for those wanting beautifully made, expressive pieces, including furniture, lighting, accessories and art by notable and emerging artists. The showroom has become a magnet not only for the many talents it represents but also for a worldwide design-savvy clientele.

BEHIND THE DESIGN WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? The hubcap assemblage was inspired by a brass Curtis Jeré wall sculpture I have, and all of the art is original. The psychedelic drawing is by Fran Clougherty (from the artist), and the collages were made by the NIBA girls! I brought in books that I hope will interest the counselor as well as the boys.

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HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE THE STYLE YOUR DESIGN EXEMPLIFIES? DOES IT REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC?

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WHEN FIRST APPROACHING THE DESIGN PLAN FOR THE BOYS’ bedroom, Guye Raymond Winfield and Eilyn Cueto of Sire Design had words of wisdom in their minds—something that would remind the boys of their greatness. “While creating a mood board for the space, I ran into a quote that read: ‘Your wings already exist, all you have to do is fly.’ We immediately knew we’d found our concept for the room,” Cueto says. The design pair works frequently with contemporary and modern styles and was looking for a new challenge and fresh aesthetic. “We wanted to do something

completely different and out of the ordinary, so we went with a vintage aviation-themed room. It was a breeze from there,” she says. “We selected the color palette and proceeded to select wallpaper finishes, furniture and design elements that would make the aviation theme come to life.” Located in Aventura, Florida, Sire Design is a versatile interior design firm dedicated to understanding all design styles for a local, national and international clientele. Its staff has extensive experience with residential projects, yachts and private aircraft interiors.

“We wanted to create something that would inspire the children to remember that ‘the sky’s the limit.’ ” BEHIND THE DESIGN HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE THE STYLE YOUR DESIGN EXEMPLIFIES? The eclectic design of the room exemplifies the way we like to combine old elements with new, modern pieces. Ultimately, we want to create a feeling when visitors see our spaces. Our designs have to tell a story.

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DESCRIBE YOUR ROOM DESIGN IN THREE WORDS. Masculine, empowering, tranquil.

WHAT ARE SOME UNIQUE ELEMENTS OF YOUR DESIGN? A few of my favorite areas include a chalk wall where our inspirational quote was drawn on the wall. We also included a telescope for the boys. The blue, white and red color palette, with reclaimed-wood wallpaper, provided the vintage design and the studded metal nightstand provided the aviation element.

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“We wanted the space to represent an intimate, cool music/TV lounge using strong, bold colors—blues and reds— with shades of white.”

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BEHIND THE DESIGN USING A 21ST-CENTURY AESTHETIC, COMPLEMENTED BY a striking wall mural, the media room created by Tony Ferchak and Lorenzo Mollicone of William Bernard Design Group, Inc., is decidedly modern, fresh and inviting. Signature design elements of the room range from graphic carpet tiles from FLOR Miami to a dramatic color arrangement using midnight blues, bold reds and shades of white to a statement wall mural by Miami tattoo artist Guillermo “G” Chaviano. “Based on our inspiration, we commissioned an artist to paint

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a mural of a young man wearing headphones, listening to music,” Mollicone says. “We wanted the space to represent an intimate, cool music/TV lounge using strong, bold colors—blues and reds—with shades of white.” Ferchak and Mollicone joined forces in 2000 to form one of the most creative and dynamic design teams in South Florida. With a shared passion for innovative design, combined with functionality, William Bernard Design Group has solidified its position as a leading interior design firm.

HOW WOULD YOU DEFINE THE STYLE YOUR DESIGN EXEMPLIFIES? DOES IT REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL AESTHETIC? “London forward” is the style our design exemplifies. It’s not being afraid to make a statement without being overpowering. This style does reflect our personal aesthetic because we are not afraid to play with colors, textures, patterns and scale.

WHO OR WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR DESIGN? The youth of today served as the inspiration behind our design. Their attention to color, details and anything that stands out of the ordinary, and their interaction with technology, influenced the look of the room.

DESCRIBE YOUR ROOM DESIGN IN THREE WORDS. Graphic, bold, cool.

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ith just a three-month window to furnish a voluminous two-story beachfront condo, the process could have turned into a mercurial design marathon. But the client, a successful entrepreneur and devoted art collector, let his likes and dislikes be known from the start, freeing interior designer Michael Wolk to do what he does best despite a rigorous schedule—curate spaces based on a refined aesthetic. Before Wolk could tackle furnishings, though, architect Paul Fischman had an equally grueling timeline to transform the condo into a light-filled, view-centric modern home. The space was virtually gutted, and Fischman and his firm got right to work meticulously selecting plumbing fixtures, materials and finishes, as well as designing millwork throughout (including the kitchen and master bathroom) and a specialty wine display, tapping Carol Deane and Janine Geller for their help as in-house designers. The one remaining architectural bookmark is the glass-stepped floating staircase that climbs the 22-foot-high living room. The staircase, like everything else, went serene—in this case from silver to an ethereal white. And though the team took on the compressed deadline with focus, passion and purpose, the inevitable surprises that came along made for some interesting post-construction stories. Builder Robert T. Arkin shared that his construction team had 3,500 square feet of tile to remove from various rooms in the home with a window of four-hour segments each day for chipping it away. “Then, a week into the project, the building shut down our access to the lobby because it too was being renovated,” recalls Arkin, whose in-house millwork shop executed all of the custom millwork, which appears in nearly every room. “We had to transfer materials by moving from the ground-floor elevator to the third-floor garage, then switch to a second elevator to get back to the lobby.” Rooms were reconfigured and walls taken down, all to bring in take-your-breath-away, unobstructed water views to all areas. “The owner wanted to open up the space both upstairs and downstairs and customize it to fit his lifestyle,” says Fischman, who collaborated with Ralph Choeff on the overall design program. The kitchen, master bedroom,

“THE OWNER WANTED TO OPEN UP THE SPACE BOTH UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS AND CUSTOMIZE IT TO FIT HIS LIFESTYLE.” -PAUL FISCHMAN

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baths and even closets were adjusted accordingly, and all walls were given a black recessed base so that they look as though they are floating. In the master bedroom, for example, two bathrooms were combined to create one large master bath with views to the beach. “One thing the owner wanted to do was have a shower that looks out to the ocean,” Fischman says. “We had to reconfigure the room’s layout, which was a little tricky because we had to re-engineer the drainage without affecting other units in the building.” And rather than fashioning the expected dressing room and walk-in closet, an open wardrobe area with a glass wall was created, allowing for a 180-degree view of the sea. In the public spaces, a wall came down in the redesigned kitchen, seamlessly merging it with the living and dining rooms. High-gloss white-lacquer cabinetry, a glistening backsplash and double islands covered in waterfall-edged Carrara marble present a sleek and tranquil environment. The new glass-framed wine display installed adjacent to the kitchen lends color and texture. Once construction was underway, Wolk, with the help of Darlene Boitel-Johnson, went on the hunt for furnishings, lighting and accessories, creating a beachy color palette of water, sand and sky that would make for a relaxed setting. “All the furnishings are a highly considered mix of contemporary, classic and iconic designers and are light in color and feel,” he says. They are also sculptural and allow sunlight to pass easily through them. Originally, the client told Wolk not to show him anything he couldn’t immediately get into the condo. But soon after the designer reviewed concepts and showed him samples, the homeowner agreed that waiting 18 to 20 weeks for special pieces coming from Europe would be worth the wait. “Once he was comfortable, he gave us a tremendous amount of leeway,” says Wolk, who also incorporated outdoor pieces from his collection for Pavilion Furniture. Wolk worked closely with the architects and builder to bring his custom designs to fruition, as he conceived several built-ins that dovetail with the clean, modern theme. For example, Wolk designed barely-there bookshelves for the study and a low, unobtrusive bed—anchored in rich dark walnut wood—that keeps the view at front of mind. The arctic white dining room buffet and the custom cabinetry that acts as a room divider between the living and dining areas are each big in function yet light as clouds. A television rises up from the partition cabinetry and can turn 180 degrees, so anyone who wants to watch can do so from either space. More bookshelves cap the ends, and shelving on the dining room side holds a collection of shells that speaks to the beachfront setting. Today, no matter how hectic the owner’s life might be, he is assured that his beach retreat awaits, welcoming him with mesmerizing views and calming scenes. With each carefully curated furniture piece, artwork and custom feature, you’d never know there were any time constraints. Ask Wolk and he’ll say the waterfront revival allowed for enormous creative freedom. “The only real parameter became the three-month deadline,” he says, “and that just made the project more fun.”

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Sand-colored oak flooring from Home Expo Miami and a natural-hued Baxter sofa from Internum & Design allow the great room to mirror the beach tones just steps away. The large fish tank in the dining area, from Living Color Aquariums, brings the seascape tableside. Paintings by Richard Serra and Frank Stella from Evelyn Aimis Fine Art form a vertical gallery above the sideboard.

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The side of the great room that serves as a den is made cozy with a rug by The Rug Company. A sofa from Carriage House sits like a sand sculpture beneath Norbert Brunner’s swimmer-themed art from Claire Oliver, as does the Hutton lounge chair by David Edward. Pedestal-placed shells from Urban Art and a Phillips Collection side table also honor the coastal setting. The coffee table is by Poliform.

“ALL THE FURNISHINGS ARE A HIGHLY CONSIDERED MIX OF CONTEMPORARY, CLASSIC AND ICONIC DESIGNERS.” -MICHAEL WOLK

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The kitchen’s all-white theme—including cabinetry fabricated by Arkin Construction—keeps the space as light as a cloud, while an Avonite backsplash by Aristech Surfaces and Gaggenau ovens from Monark offer contrast. The Carrara marble countertops, from Modern Interior Mall, were fabricated by Elegance Marble and Granite of Fort Lauderdale. Pencil-legged barstools by Zanotta continue the modern scheme.

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Basket-weave chairs designed by Michael Thonet, from Bauhaus 2 Your House, surround the table in the casual dining area. Thin and light as a worn beach stone, the table is by Maxalto. Custom-designed cabinetry beneath the staircase has the same recessed edge as the walls to give the illusion that it is floating in the space. Accessories are from Urban Art and Niba Home.

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Above: Light wood bookshelves in the office play off the base of Zanotta’s Cavour desk. Wolk’s custom cabinetry is the perfect perch for a geometric sculpture by Paul Thomas for Niba Home. Art by Nick Goss, from Josh Lilley in London, provides a bit of outdoor fantasy. The Rox rocking chair is by Davis Furniture. Left: Unobstructed ocean views were of paramount importance and a glass-walled hallway on the second floor helped to achieve that. The railing, from Coconut Grove Glass & Mirror Company, runs past the office area and into the master bedroom, where Andrew Erdos’ photographs from Claire Oliver pull the eye in as much as the panorama outside.

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Nino Longobardiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s coral-hued painting, from Evelyn Aimis Fine Art, lends softness to the guest bedroom. A chest from Jalan Jalan Collection holds the essentials for a weekend visit by the beach, while a bedside Giorgetti lamp allows for reading once the sun has set. In the background, Zilvinas Kempinasâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; art piece from Galeria Leme commands attention above the fish tank in the living room.

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NOVEL IDEAS

ARGENTINE-BORN ARTIST PANCHO LUNA MIXES PAINT, SCULPTURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY TO CREATE DIVERSE WORKS THAT ARE ANYTHING BUT AN OPEN BOOK. WRITTEN BY JORGE S. ARANGO / PHOTOGRAPHY BY CLAUDIO BEIER

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y studio looks like four artists work here,” jokes Miami-based artist Pancho Luna. “I would never be able to work on just one project at a time.” Indeed, the evidence of Luna’s restless creativity is everywhere inside his Wynwood work space: a world map with continents and oceans comprised of thousands of buttons sewn onto an 8-by-10-foot fabric; functional sculptures made of paintbrushes, hardened by varnish, that Luna affixes to wood plaques to form coat hooks; photographs of collages and assemblages he creates and then scans for his acrylic book sculptures; and, of course, the book sculptures themselves. The origin of Luna’s art traces back to childhood in his native Argentina. “My mother was a painter and writer,” he says. “The house always smelled of oil paints and pastries.” The book sculptures, which have brought him the most acclaim, also had their inception then. “I spent whole afternoons on the rug in my grandmother’s library contemplating that wall of books,” Luna recalls. “They were in English, French, Italian, Spanish. Naturally I couldn’t read them all, so they were mysterious to me.” Luna’s fascination with the cover art and typefaces of these tomes inculcated a preoccupation with books as objects. As an adult, this manifested in his Invisible Literature series: acrylic shelving and book forms whose “spines” display a combination of real book titles, scans of Luna’s original artworks and titles of his own invention; each piece is unified by a particular palette of colors and, at times, a loose theme. When viewed from the side, however, the spine graphics disappear and all that’s left is the transparency of the material. “It’s optical art,” he says. “As you move, the image begins to also move and change.” A solo show of Luna’s creations can be seen at Timothy Yarger Fine Art in Beverly Hills this fall, but his mind is already concocting a new body of work. “I’ll be developing a project I call Music for Painters,” he says, “for which I’m thinking of embedding music in paintings that you will listen to through headphones. I am always in process.”

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Using acrylic book forms from Italy, artist Pancho Luna creates transparent anthologies from his Wynwood studio, shown here and on previous pages. Luna also created the map (bottom) by sewing each button onto a tapestry by hand.

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CONTEMPORARY PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY POP AGAINST A GALLERY-LIKE BACKDROP INSIDE A REIMAGINED WATERFRONT RETREAT IN AVENTURA. WRITTEN BY BRIAN LIBBY PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRANTLEY PHOTOGRAPHY

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INTERIOR DESIGN / ALDO PUSCHENDORF, PUSCHENDORF INTERIORS, INC., AND GARY LEE AND DONNA CORBAT, GARY LEE PARTNERS HOME BUILDER / JAMES FITZGERALD, DBK INDUSTRIES INC.

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efore anyone even steps foot inside a Midwestern couple’s waterfront retreat in Aventura, their love for art makes a powerful statement. A geometric bronze chair greets the owners at the elevator entry along with Marcelo Zampetti’s acrylic painting, giving way to a residence that flows like a gallery exhibition: There’s Virginia Scotchie’s colorful spheres on view in the living room, Rusty Wolfe’s lacquered yellow Ladder climbing a wall in the husband’s den, and Jorge Botero Lujan’s painting of two tango dancers prominently displayed in the dining room, just to name a few. The owners’ extensive collection of colorful paintings, sculpture and photography would make for a natural focal point and inspire the apartment’s interiors, a result of the efforts of local designer Aldo Puschendorf and Chicago-based interior designers Gary Lee and Donna Corbat. “They’re well-traveled, very sophisticated with a keen eye, and they wanted the art to really stand out,” says Puschendorf, who has enjoyed a long relationship with the owners that dates back to their first project together in the 1990s on Williams Island.

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Lee, too, shares a history with the owners, having designed their home in Highland Park, Illinois, and, along with Corbat, kept in mind their penchant for entertaining as well as relaxing when determining how the rooms would be laid out. In addition, a soothing color palette and rich, custom architectural millwork and finishes speak to the couple’s clean, modern sensibilities. Puschendorf was on-site daily to lead the project and see it through to completion, as well as infuse his own design concepts with the same awareness of tastes and lifestyle. By the final installation, each designer had put their stamp on the project—from wallcoverings to new and custom furnishings to reupholstered pieces from the owners’ previous home—all working together in harmony, with Miguel de Diego, of Miguel de Diego Architect P.A., serving as architect of record. A sense of elegance is evident as soon as one enters, with the foyer featuring lustrous golden flooring, sycamoreclad walls, and a pair of Ming dynasty-era sculptures atop a console that Puschendorf designed through his furniture line, Décor Concepts by Aldo Puschendorf. The sycamore was

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Opposite: The elevator entry introduces the homeowners’ love of art with Marcelo Zampetti’s painting against a gray wall that was finished by FLM Decoration & Painting using a Benjamin Moore hue. The door’s hardware is from Uzca. Below: The owners found the elevator entry’s sculptural bronze chair at Art Miami. Sycamore-clad walls, fabricated by D & R Architectural Woodwork, act as an elegant backdrop for their art collection. Inside the foyer, Ming dynasty sculptures top a console by Décor Concepts by Aldo Puschendorf; it was built by Elegant Design.

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In the wife’s den, designer Aldo Puschendorf had a Tui Lifestyle sofa re-covered in Gastón y Daniela fabric from Kravet. The setting also includes a Ligne Roset cocktail table atop a Kravet rug and a Nube chair from Uzca that lends a retro vibe. The striped artwork is also from Uzca, and the tree sculpture is from Urban Art. Interior designer Gary Lee specified the Codor Design desk and chair through his Chicago showroom, Atelier Gary Lee.

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chosen for the walls because it had the simplest and most consistent grain, but getting them to match up perfectly was a painstaking process. “It was worth it,” says builder James Fitzgerald. “The sycamore walls are such a standout feature.” As one moves from the foyer into the living area, the panoramic water view just beyond the floor-to-ceiling bay windows is thinly veiled by metallic-mesh draperies. “The idea is to give some shade and privacy without missing the view,” Puschendorf explains. “It is a sophisticated space but minimal to show off the artwork and the seascape.” Here, he curated a pair of gray sofas and a custom wool-and-silk rug with an abstract pattern of clouds. But whether it’s the blue of the water outside or the large, brightly hued photograph and wall sculptures collectively on display, the furniture becomes a subdued stage for the surrounding visual theatrics. The existing kitchen was largely maintained, but the cabinetry was refinished to a smoky gray and a new bar area was incorporated beyond the island, making the combined kitchen and living area ideal for entertaining. Nearby, the husband’s den was reconfigured from what had previously been a family room and is now appointed with masculine furnishings that create a retreat within a retreat. “That’s his man cave, if you will, to watch his Wall Street shows and smoke cigars,” Puschendorf says. At the end of a hallway lined with vintage black-and-white signed photographs of boxing legend Muhammad Ali lies the wife’s den, which was converted from a bedroom. “We wanted this space to be more feminine,” Puschendorf says of the light palette and delicate pieces. “We didn’t want it to be too heavy or serious.” Another showstopping space, the dining room incorporates a dramatic bronze-and-steel chandelier and a wall of sycamore that references the adjacent foyer and supports a bold abstract oil painting. Six chairs offer the owners stylish and durable options for intimate dinner parties, with smoky-hued leather designed through Lee’s custom furniture design house, Chai Ming Studios, and procured through his Chicago showroom, Atelier Gary Lee. A complete renovation, the master bedroom suite now features soft blue tones that echo the tranquil, airy feel found in the rest of the residence and balance the aquatic view seen through large expanses of glass. The master bath continues the luxurious scheme with a custom makeup vanity, beaded wallcovering and Art Deco-inspired sconces, as does a nearby powder room, which includes a new trough sink and decorative pendants that illuminate textured wallcoverings. The most colorful room in the house is a guest room for the couple’s grandchildren, with striped multihued carpeting, wavy S-shaped chairs and a daybed outfitted with fire engine red pillows. All told, the residence makes for an ideal oasis from the cold Midwestern winter. “The homeowners are two of the most enjoyable clients to work with,” says Puschendorf, who is still designing further elements of the condo for them; next up: space for a double oven in the kitchen. “Besides being sophisticated and elegant, they have great taste. The apartment is truly a reflection of who lives there.”

“WE WANTED THE WIFE’S DEN TO BE MORE FEMININE. WE DIDN’T WANT IT TO BE TOO HEAVY OR SERIOUS.” -ALDO PUSCHENDORF

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An abstract painting by Drew Harris pops against the sycamore millwork in the dining room, forming an artful vignette along with a cast-bronze chair by Spanish artist Francisco Aparicio Sanchez.

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Lee appointed sculptural furnishings for the dining room: a custom chandelier by Gabriel Scott, from Atelier Gary Lee; a Molteni & C dining table from Luca Lanzetta in Chicago; and Sé chairs, also from Atelier Gary Lee, wearing leather by Chai Ming Studios. Jorge Botero Lujan’s painting of two tango dancers is from Caesarea Gallery, and Il Laboratorio Dell’Imperfetto’s slick black-lacquer acrylic objet d’art is from Uzca.

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The design called for special lighting, by Kreon, to spotlight the artwork. The living room features a large-scale photograph found at Art Basel, while around the corner, Rusty Wolfeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s yellow Ladder, acquired through Baker Sponder Gallery, joins bronze lifeguards in the husbandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s den.

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Puschendorf used a light palette in the living room to allow the art to pop (such as Virginia Scotchie’s colorful spheres displayed on the wall). Estetica Custom Upholstery & Design re-covered the Baker sofas using Gastón y Daniela fabric from Kravet; they rest on a rug from Bay Harbor Rug Gallery along with a Puschendorf-designed cocktail table, crafted by Custom Concepts Miami. The draperies and pillows were made using Calvin Klein Home fabric for Kravet.

“THE LIVING ROOM IS A SOPHISTICATED SPACE BUT MINIMAL TO SHOW OFF THE ARTWORK AND THE SEASCAPE.” -ALDO PUSCHENDORF

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Above: A study in sophistication, the powder room features a Dornbracht faucet from Farreyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lighting & Bath that spills into a custom trough sink fabricated by Stone Fusion. A Michael Anastassiades pendant from Atelier Gary Lee casts a soft glow on a beaded Maya Romanoff wallcovering from Donghia and a Phillip Jeffries wallcovering from Holly Hunt. The Meridiani mirror was also sourced by Lee. Left: The master bedroom is a softer-toned space meant to encourage relaxation and enhance views through the floor-to-ceiling bay windows. A Barbara Barry chair for Baker offers a spot for repose next to a slender floor lamp and shagreen-and-bronze table. Curtain Call fabricated the draperies using Jim Thompson fabric from Jerry Pair; a Stark carpet runs underfoot.

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LARGER THAN LIFE A HUSBAND-AND-WIFE TEAM BECOME POP CULTURE PHILOSOPHERS, SHARING THEIR POSITIVE MANIFESTO THROUGH ARCHITECTURE, ART AND DESIGN. WRITTEN BY BRADLEY NESBITT / PHOTOGRAPHY BY SONYA REVELL

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“WE DON’T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ART, ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN. WE SEE IT ALL AS SOCIAL SCULPTURE.” -ROBERTO BEHAR

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he pursuit of happiness is the center of all of our work. It’s very profound. It’s about life and the life we all want for ourselves,” explains Rosario Marquardt, who, along with husband Roberto Behar, co-founded R & R Studios, a fantastical multidisciplinary studio based in Miami that integrates art, design, architecture and urban design. For this vivacious duo, design is simply a vessel for their ultimate goal. “Since the very beginning we have been deeply interested in the emotional dimension of art and architecture,” says Behar. “This is true whether we’re focusing on furniture, a work of art or a building. We like the idea of always stimulating wonder and awe in the viewer.” This emotional ideology is the crux of R & R Studios, which aims to unite its audiences through experiential installations like a three-story outdoor living room formerly set in the Miami Design District or the oversize All Together Now sculpture outside of The Curtis hotel in Denver; the notion behind both of them was to introduce a fantastical dimension into everyday life and bring people together to question the world as they know it. Next, the pair is developing a new project for the 2016 Coachella music and arts festival near Los Angeles that will “create a place of encounter within the fair,” says Behar. “We are

‘writing’ poetic thoughts using 20-foot-high faux-flowered letters, and the artwork will be 90 feet long.” The artificial gerberas and roses they use in their colorful art conjure the era of Flower Power and reference the power that flowers have to convey emotions. So, more than cheeky psychadelic ornamentations, they are also making significant social statements. “Our 1968 art piece, for instance, memorializes the year Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy were killed,” Behar says. Or, take the colossal red M they created as their very first project in downtown Miami when the city turned 100. “The ‘M’ is for Miami, Magic and Monument,” Marquardt says. “And in a land like Miami, where most people come from somewhere else, it may also celebrate all the Mothers left behind. M is a 45-foot-tall urban toy that holds your attention and asks you to complete the word with your own thought.” In this vein, the couple’s work allows for one and many meanings. “We don’t make any difference between art, architecture and design. We think of it all as social sculpture,” says Behar. “For us, the projects are never complete until people use them.”

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From their Wynwood headquarters, R & R Studios’ Rosario Marquardt and Roberto Behar (far left) design iconic installations with emotional depth, including 1968 (left) and The Living Room (below). Open for interpretation, the massive M sculpture in downtown Miami—the sketch and installation are shown on the previous pages—serves as a model for the multiple meanings behind all of their creations.

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TIME KEEPER A YOUNG FAMILY’S MIDCENTURY MODERN HOME GETS A STYLISH MAKEOVER THAT RESPECTS ITS ARCHITECTURAL ROOTS.

WRITTEN BY KIMBERLY OLSON / PHOTOGRAPHY BY TROY CAMPBELL

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ichele Erez has known designer Josh Wollowick since the third grade. So naturally, when she and her husband, Jeff, set out to redesign their Miami house, of course she would turn to her trusted childhood friend to guide the way. Michele knew that she could rely on Wollowick to give her a refreshed look and feel while at the same time honoring the home’s midcentury modern heritage. Indeed, Wollowick envisioned a design that he describes as “Palm Springs meets Miami,” with an eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories, and shots of bold color that would speak to Michele’s discerning eye for style, honed through her time spent in the fashion world by way of her eponymous collection of luxury timepieces. “I grew up in a family that has always been involved in design and in art,” she says. And she wanted that panache to translate to her home. Working with architect Robert Gallagher and builder Silvair Da Cunha, Wollowick completed the redesign in stages, beginning with the living room. “Everything is glass, with 10-foot-high hedges around the perimeter,” he says. “The house is very open and bright, but the interiors had been changed to a heavier style with wood-molded cabinets and granite.” The goal was to bring it back to clean and modern. To do so, Wollowick, along with assistant designer Elizabeth Driebholz, used a fresh palette—lots of crisp white with soft grays and dashes of aqua and citrusy hues. “It’s bright and happy,” he says. “I wanted people to just walk in and smile.”

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Above: The home’s entry foyer sets the stage with a stylish mirrored console by James Duncan paired with X-benches by Jonathan Adler. Wallpaper by Thibaut adds pattern and warmth to the space, but an art piece the owners picked up in St. Barts lends a cool juxtaposition. The lamp is a vintage find. Right: The family’s dining area looks out onto lush greenery. The Saarinen dining table by Knoll seats six with vintage side chairs and Restoration Hardware head chairs wearing Kravet fabric and trim by Samuel & Sons. The acrylic Melrose oval lantern by Allan Knight is one of the wife’s favorite accessories. Kravet draperies are a neutral segue into bold artwork by Matthew Chambers.

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In the reconfigured kitchen, Caesarstone countertops contrast with custom cabinetry from Downsview Kitchens. The dining table by Room & Board centers Eames chairs from Design Within Reach beneath an Anson Ribbon light from The Urban Electric Co. The vintage-inspired floor tile is from Casa Cielo Tile & Mosaic, but Miele, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances from Monark provide modern amenities.

“THE HOME IS BRIGHT AND HAPPY. I WANTED PEOPLE TO JUST WALK IN AND SMILE.”

-JOSH WOLLOWICK

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Wollowick also incorporated patterns for visual interest. “These midcentury houses are like white boxes, so prints and wallpapers add texture and warmth,” he explains. The designer nudged Michele into re-covering a pair of vintage chairs in the living room with a graphic tropical print rendered in chocolate brown and white by China Seas, for example. “I tend to like solids, because I know that I can’t go wrong with them,” she says. “But Josh pushed the envelope with those chairs. It’s a nice pop of pattern, and it works.” Wollowick, who is vigilant about using quality textiles, applauds the choice. “If you take a little risk with color and print, it really pays off,” he says. The couple have two children, so the spaces needed to be not only stylish but also family-friendly. “They’re very chill people, young and fun, so they didn’t want it to feel stuffy, and things had to be durable,” Wollowick says. He chose a chic brown microfiber fabric for the sofa in the family room—where the whole crew gathers every night, often enjoying popcorn or dessert—and designed a lofty ottoman for the room, as well. “One year later, it still looks great,” he says. The couple especially appreciate the built-in storage, which marries form and function. “Under the television, I have room for picture albums,” Michele says. “And my husband is obsessed with TV and stereo equipment, so that’s a good place to hide all of that.” The kitchen—which had likely been renovated in the 1970s—was completely gutted and redesigned. “Michele’s a great cook, and they have family dinners every Friday,” Wollowick says. “Her husband is a lawyer, and they often have clients over. So there’s a lot of entertaining—kids, dogs, the whole thing.” 318 / LUXESOURCE.COM

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The comfortable Duralee sofa in the family room wears a dark, durable Clarence House fabric from Holly Hunt. Accent pillows in a China Seas print tie visually with slipper chairs by A. Rudin; they rest atop a Stark rug along with an ottoman by Murrayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Iron Works. A light fixture by Worlds Away suspends from above, and just beyond the glass doors are Royal Botaniaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s table and chairs from Inside Out; the pool was built by Blue Water Pools of South Florida.

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The nautical-themed boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s room sports sailboat wallpaper by Ralph Lauren Home and a striped rug from Restoration Hardware. Bedside tables by Ducduc flank a custom bed, and a bright orange chair from Genius Jones lends a pop of cheer. Philippe Starckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Louis Ghost chair for Kartell pulls up to a Restoration Hardware desk. The window treatments were fashioned by Jose G. Obando Interiors using Holland & Sherry fabric.

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A new window allows natural light into the master bath, and the room was reconfigured to better suit the ownersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; needs. Cabinetry by Davila Woodwork was outfitted with Lefroy Brooks hardware and a countertop fabricated by Dynamic Design & Services; the Vienne sconce by Jonathan Browning is from Holly Hunt. The pattern for the flooring, using New Ravenna Mosaics tile from Casa Cielo Tile & Mosaic, was conceived by designer Josh Wollowick.

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For the renovation, the couple brought in Gallagher, another familiar face as he has known Jeff for more than a decade, to reconceive the layout and make it more functional. “It was their desire to have more space that enabled having the family in the kitchen,” Gallagher says. “The pantry was too large, so a thinner one allowed ample area for a breakfast nook. And there was an adjacent room that once served as the maid’s quarters. They wanted to convert that into a playroom, so that when Michele was in the kitchen, she could keep an eye on the kids and be connected to them.” Da Cunha also remembers modernizing this space. “The kitchen that they had was not a friendly working environment, so it was completely changed,” he says. “The exhaust for the stove was relocated, and we coordinated the installation of new cabinetry and appliances.” The custom cabinetry accommodates Michele’s large collection of kitchen gadgets and new amenities such as a gas stove instead of the previous electric one.

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The couple’s master bathroom was gutted and restyled, as well. “They wanted a larger shower to replace the tub and shower that were already there,” Gallagher says. “They also wanted to open part of the wall for a window, so I took their thoughts, and we made it into reality.” Meanwhile, the gray-and-white palette creates a soothing oasis. “We redid the floor, which was a special design by Josh,” Da Cunha says. “It’s small pieces of marble inlaid within a border.” With the home now returned to its original stylish 1950s vibe—with a fresh, current spin—it’s perfectly suited for an active family. “A lot of older homes are being torn down,” Michele says. “There are a lot of things that are original to this house, and they make it unique. We bought the house because we love the architecture and its history, but we wanted to give it a modern interpretation.” The result is an updated midcentury modern, Palm Springs-meets-Miami home 30 years in the making.

In the master bedroom, a custom bed, built by Custom Design Living by Ragusa, is hugged by Baker bedside tables. A Jim Thompson textile, covering a Baker chair, complements the Stark rug beneath it. The Phillip Jeffries wallcovering is from Holly Hunt, as are the Great Plains window treatments. An Oly chandelier from Jalan Jalan Collection dials up the glam.

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How do you decorate your home for the holidays? We get over-the-top festive when it comes to decorating our Beverly Hills home. We create a white Christmas with artificial snow on our walkway, which is lined with 12-foot nutcracker sculptures, reindeers and Christmas lights. Describe the perfect tablescape for a holiday dinner. My wife adorns the table with beautiful linens in different textures and sets the mood with flowers from our favorite florist The Empty Vase. She sets the table with fine china from Roberto Cavalli’s home collection and creates an atmosphere of understated elegance by lighting candles and placing handwritten place cards at each seat.

Our holiday decorating style reflects our two sides of Cali living: the luxurious Beverly Hills paralleled with the quintessential laid-back chic of Malibu beach. Luxe Gifts

Luxury Traveler by Bruce Makowsky, 2015, hand-carved honey onyx, measures 39"H x 34"W x 23"D.

Where is the most luxurious place you’ve visited during the holidays? There’s nothing like waking up on a yacht surrounded by the amazing blues of St. Barths with a magnum champagne holiday toast. What inspires you during the holiday season? We love to spoil and treat our family to a celebration with a feast and gifts beyond their dreams.

–Bruce Makowsky

Gold Digger by Bruce Makowsky, 2015, hardened steel with natural stone, measures 63"H x 21"W x 21"D.

Pull the Pin by Bruce Makowsky, 2015, stainless steel, measures 14.5"H x 11"W x 11"D.

Featured at Scope Miami, presented by Axiom Contemporary, axiomcontemporary.com. Also featured at Art Miami Context, presented by The McLoughlin Gallery, mgart.com. Follow Bruce Makowsky's Ultimate Luxury collection at brucemakowskyart.com. GO TO LUXESOURCE.COM/HOLIDAY TO SEE MORE HOLIDAY INSPIRATION.

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Design Resources represents a collection of industry professionals who reflect the ethos of 21st-century living. Leading experts across the design spectrum—from architects, interior designers and home builders to gallerists and real estate brokers—to name a few, share insight, inspiration and ideas, along with signature photographs, in this exclusive compilation of talent and creativity.

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Describe the philosophy behind your firm. We aim to give each of our clients a proper response to their needs in an atmosphere of efficiency, comfort and beauty, achieving an optimal design that stands out from other works.

Fernando Vazquez Herrera Galvan CEO 154 Adolfo Lopez Mateos Boulevard Mexico City, Mexico +52 1 55 5273 3118 info@grupotadco.com grupotadco.com

What is inspiring you now? The search for new and sustainable design solutions that combine art and technology with architecture, supported by modern design and achieving a fusion of elements that gives a unique touch to the architectural work. What are you working on next? We are working on designing the entire runway and platform zone for the New Mexico City International Airport. We are also designing and close to starting an industrial park and two commercial buildings.

GRUPO TADCO Grupo Tadco is a construction company in growth. It is headquartered in Mexico City and led by CEO Fernando Vazquez. Grupo Tadco has increased its experience in recent years, accumulating a large portfolio of clients that has allowed it to become a leading firm in the fields of construction, interior design and automation/smart building. Using the latest technology, Grupo Tadco integrates art through sculpture and paintings in its designs and works to achieve aesthetically harmonious environments. Such is the case within this featured home, a Mexico City project that Grupo Tadco recently finished with the support of FV Gallery and its artists. Grupo Tadco created a comprehensive plastic environment inspired by the minimalist architectural trend consisting of very clean lines and color. Equipped with the latest technology in the field of climate conditioning and lighting scenarios, it maintains a relationship with the environment and is sustainable through automation equipment that rationalizes the expenditure of energy and resources. “Each of our architectural works considers the simplicity of forms and materials, incorporating artistic elements of the space through its textures and colors,” Vazquez says. Plastic works by Mexican artist Miguel Milló and sculptures by Mexican artist Carlos Agustín added an artistic element to the home. Grupo Tadco has recently developed a number of works and projects in various fields, both commercial and industrial, also offering supervision and project management services, all with rigorous quality and constant support for the client. “We have the experience, strength and capacity to implement any project according to the specifications of the infrastructure, program and budget,” Vazquez says.

TOP: TV room features custom-made TV cabinet, false ceiling with stripes and indirect light details. Painting by Miguel Milló. Sculpture by Carlos Agustín. BOTTOM: Dining and living room feature expandable glass table, ergonomic chairs, false ceiling with stripes and indirect light details. Sculptures by Carlos Agustín.

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Dining room features expandable glass table, ergonomic chairs, false ceiling with stripes and indirect light details. Sculpture by Carlos Agustín.

We strive to give our customers functional and aesthetic architectural spaces in which they can go about their activities with harmony and tranquility. –Fernando Vazquez

Living room features custom-made furniture and a lamp from Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. Sculptures by Carlos Agustín.

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Bedroom features a piece of furniture made in-house and glass doors. Painting by Miguel Milló.

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Rafael Portuondo President and Lead Designer Jose-Luis Gonzalez Perotti AIA, Vice President 5717 Southwest 8th Street, Suite 200 Miami, Florida 305.260.9331 info@portuondo-perotti.com portuondo-perotti.com

What is inspiring you now? We look at the past to ground our designs in timeless principles and the architecture of today to evolve those timeless aspects to fit the needs of humanity at the moment. Is your work easily recognizable? Why or why not? Our architecture distinguishes itself, especially locally, in the attention to timelessness and proportion. In a city that is certainly not shy to trends, good design is noticed and appreciated. How do you define a successful project? We ask ourselves if we could use that project alone to create a discussion on simplicity of plan, site planning and proportion of spaces, elevations and sections.

PORTUONDO PEROTTI ARCHITECTS At Portuondo Perotti Architects, free-flowing creativity, spatial intelligence and an understanding of techniques both modern and classical combine to create structures that radiate a timeless quality regardless of style. Since first opening its doors in 1986, the firm has left architectural masterpieces in its wake from the Florida Keys to Palm Beach. Led by president and lead designer Rafael Portuondo and vice president Jose-Luis Gonzalez Perotti, the firm has become known for its ability to accommodate the ideas, wants, needs and style preferences of its clients. Portuondo, Perotti and their team are experts in classicism, modernism and everything in between, believing that the key to great architecture lies in a balance of past and present, trend and timelessness. “We find beauty in many styles,” Perotti says. “As architecture evolves, new styles tend to draw inspiration from the past. The most successful architecture in the modern style derives its fundamentals of proportion from the classical styles.” In addition to their architectural pursuits, the PPA team has spent the past six years building their interior architecture department, enabling them to provide a diversity of services to their clients. When asked to expound upon their creative process, Portuondo and Perotti point to their understanding of the stages of a project as being crucial to achieving the desired end product. “The creative process involves a combination of researching, sketching and ultimately creating,” Portuondo says. “For me, the most interesting part is the curiosity in not knowing what is next. Given the variety of project types, there is an element of the unknown that is exciting.” Dedicating principal involvement from beginning to end, Portuondo Perotti Architects strives to create beautiful, bold and timeless works of art. TOP: This home office is elevated and overlooks the gardens and reflecting pool. This serves not only to emphasize the architecture, but to create a picturesque approach and views both to and from the building. BOTTOM: Careful attention was paid to the proportion and scale of this façade, from the massing to the windows and arches, the scale and proportion serve to organize and rationalize the elevation.

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Pergolas and water features serve to accent both the life and aesthetic of this Coral Gables home. The seamless blend of architecture, landscape and proportion create a truly beautiful home.

The essence of architecture lies not in a superficial battle of the latest trend or style, but in a thoughtful search for the clear, proven values of good design. –Rafael Portuondo and Jose-Luis Perotti

A strong example of site planning, each building element coexists and balances with the others on this site. The main house, cabana, pool and landscape work together to create a terrific site with picturesque views.

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The trellised walkway surrounding the lily pond makes the approach to this house both interesting and beautiful. By immersing it in vegetation, the architecture becomes softened and one with the natural surroundings.

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Harry Hollub President/CEO, Principal Helene Hollub Executive Vice President, Principal 9771 South Dixie Highway Miami, Florida 305.665.4275 info@hollubhomes.com hollubhomes.com

AS K T HE EXPE RT What do you regard as the greatest success in your career to date? Hollub Homes is proud to be the only two-time winner of the Builders Association of South Florida’s Best of Show award. We also feel privileged to have helped shape the South Florida landscape with our custom homes and communities over the last 60 years. What do you like most about your job? It is exciting to understand our clients’ points of view and make it happen for them. We have real connections with our clients, many of whom we’ve built or renovated multiple homes for over the years. Is your work easily recognizable? Why or why not? When building a home, we want our clients and buyers to receive a one-of-a-kind home. However, we believe our legendary quality and finish work is recognizable and is what makes a Hollub home.

HOLLUB HOMES A familial legacy in the making, the Hollubs have invested six decades into refining their craft. From custom private residences to speculative homes to large-scale renovations, the South Florida building and remodeling firm has carved a unique niche in the market where innovation and quality constantly surpass expectations. At its core, the award-winning company is rooted in building relationships, placing rapport, trust and open communication at the forefront of each project. “Hollub Homes is devoted to its tagline ‘relationship built.’ When building for a specific client, we are committed to providing the highest level of client service and a seamless, stress-free process,” says Harry Hollub, the company’s president and CEO. Harry, a second-generation builder, has a near lifetime of experience, with memories of shadowing his father on various job sites from the time he was a toddler. “I always knew I wanted to go into the family business,” he shares. “I grew up on job sites, learning tricks of the trade. By age 6, I planted grass on the job sites and at 13, I performed carpentry and tarred roofs.” The family-centered business was further complemented by the addition of Helene, Harry’s sister and the principal and executive vice president of the company. Equipped with 30 years of design and home building experience, Helene is the visionary behind Hollub Homes’ unique exterior and interior designs. “I embrace the challenge of creating something new with each and every project,” she enthuses. “However, I am particularly excited about the modern aesthetic, complemented by organic materials to warm the home with a timeless sophistication. Of course, given my love of nature, I am drawn to organic and textural materials.”

RIGHT: The custom stainless steel and Starphire glass staircase is warmed by natural limestone treads and the reintroduction of exterior Resysta paneling. Furnishings by Armani/Casa. Artwork by Roberto Gómez, Locust Projects.

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Helene Hollub was the designer of the 60th Anniversary Showcase Home in Snapper Creek Lakes, where she designed and coordinated the entire residence. Features include commercial-grade construction, artisan-stacked stone and Resysta wood.

We believe our greatest assets are our relationships and our reputation.

The club room décor centers on a custom 9-foot-long wood and crystalline stone waterfall lightbox bar and a wood ceiling with indirect lighting. Furnishings by B. Pila Design. Artwork by Roberto Gómez, Locust Projects.

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–Harry and Helene Hollub

This modern kitchen is grounded by sapele cabinets, which feature leatherfinished matte absolute granite tops and a 60-inch Wolf range. A matching island serves as a working bridge for the Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.

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AS K T HE EXPE RT What is inspiring you now? I am inspired by warm metals, which have been adopted again by the design community. They give a more sophisticated and well-lived aspect to everything.

Claudia Herrera Owner 9 Island Avenue, Suite 1409 Miami Beach, Florida 305.439.9825 ch@claudiaherrerainteriors.com claudiaherrerainteriors.com

How do you define luxury? Luxury is the freedom to do what one wants at the moment one wants to do it, to pick up and leave on a six-week trip at a moment’s notice, for example. What are you working on next? I am consulting on the renovation of a hotel in the Caribbean with a team of architects and designers. I am also completing a very Bohemian-chic project for a lovely European family.

CLAUDIA HERRERA INTERIORS Mixing styles, fabrics and colors, Claudia Herrera has become known for the lighthearted elegance of her designs. The Miami Beach-based designer is unique in the industry, striving to create what has not been done before. “I love to work on projects where the client is fearless and does not want to adhere to one look or style,” Herrera says. “The mix of periods and pieces brought together with contemporary textiles, lighting and materials is my favorite ‘style.’ It lends a timeless quality.” Well traveled and well versed in the arts, Herrera finds herself in demand both domestically and worldwide. With clients spanning the globe, particularly in Europe and Latin America, the interior designer has the opportunity to explore locations and cultural aesthetics in a way few others do. “My true inspiration is travel, as it opens your mind to all the world has to offer,” she says. “I also look to the past for inspiration, especially the early 20th century, from belle époque to Bauhaus.” Given the diversity of sources from which Herrera pulls ideas and techniques, it is no wonder she has found a niche in her ability to create something unprecedented. As part of her creative process, Herrera is fastidious when selecting pieces for a space. “I like to use pieces that are original, rather than using an imitation of something else,” Herrera says. “I would rather something that has integrity, be it a piece with provenance or one made by an artist last week.” With a goal to create spaces that are appealing and comfortable, timeless and exciting, the interior designer achieves the vision of her clients while producing something that is more than a living space—it’s art.

RIGHT: This 1950s ranch-style home was completely updated to reflect the lighthearted spirit of its owner, incorporating vintage pieces from the 1970s and 1980s. The furniture’s clean lines allow the eclectic art collection to be showcased.

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This living room incorporates different textures and patterns, including silk, linen, animal prints and Murano glass. Sofa and chairs by Verellen, table from Jalan Jalan, rug by Stark and mirror from Uzca.

Creativity is our essence. We are defined by our ability to mix eras and styles for a light, airy and elegant result. –Claudia Herrera

This bedroom is a contemporary and elegant man cave. The custom suede bed, mixed with the kilim bench and raw wood nightstands by Jalan Jalan, brings the warm and sophisticated spirit of its owner to life.

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This family room mixes bright colors and warm textures to create an elegant and approachable environment. Sofas and chairs by Restoration Hardware and cocktail table by Artefacto.

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AS K T HE EXPE RT Describe the philosophy behind your firm. Our philosophy is to create a unique design for a unique client. We want every client to feel as if the design was made exclusively for them and their home.

Maite Granda Owner 199 Ocean Lane Drive, Suite 914 Key Biscayne, Florida 305.764.5569 interiorsbymaite@gmail.com maitegranda.com

What is your creative process? What is your favorite part of it? For me, the magical moment is when you start getting ideas for a look and putting it all together to create an amazing design. I enjoy the entire process, from space planning to furniture selection. What are you working on next? A beautiful four-bedroom oceanfront unit in Oceana, a new building in Key Biscayne. We are using shades of white, gray and black and just finished designing the dining table.

INTERIORS BY MAITE GRANDA Since its founding in 2009, Interiors by Maite Granda has become a staple in Miami’s design market. Led by its namesake, interior designer Maite Granda, the Key Biscayne-based firm has become known for its ability to achieve the specifications of even the most complicated aesthetic. A master of eclectic, modern and minimalist designs, Granda loves a crisp, white palette, but that doesn’t mean she avoids color. “My designs can range from all white rooms to a room with a lot of color,” she says. “I strive to create a design that meets the needs of the clients and goes beyond their expectations. A person’s home is where they are most of the time, so it’s important that the designs are not only functional, but make the home beautiful and glamorous.” Having previously lived in New York, and now a full-time resident of Miami, Granda finds inspiration in the various cultures in which she has been immersed. Catering to clients that she describes as “well-educated, successful, refined and welltraveled,” Granda frequently demonstrates a skill for adapting to and achieving the preferences of any client. In fact, it is the diversity between one client and another that Granda loves most. “My days are never the same,” she says. “Every project is so different. It’s a new challenge to take on and a new experience with every client.” Focusing all of her attention on giving her clients spaces that bring them joy, Granda identifies the knowledge that people like what she does as being her greatest success. “My clients are always the main influence,” she says. “Once you meet the clients and see their personalities, needs and style, you start to get an idea of the look the home needs to have.”

TOP: Beautiful wallpaper by Innovations, a queen bed by Ligne Roset and Bourgie table lamps by Kartell give this room a relaxed ambience. BOTTOM: A Majorca jar that the clients purchased while traveling in Spain inspired the design concept and color choices for this kitchen.

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The view says it all in this living room, embodying simplicity at its finest.

I have never dreamed of being anything other than an interior designer.

The client's passion for art and modern style made this apartment one of a kind.

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–Maite Granda

An informal French Provençal-style dining room is the perfect setting for a sophisticated Mediterranean kitchen.

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Nicholas DeJesu Principal 1881 Northeast 26th Street, Suite 202A Wilton Manors, Florida 305.851.2020 nick@luxedesignstudios.com luxedesignstudios.com

AS K T HE EXPE RT Describe the philosophy behind your firm. Leonardo da Vinci said, “Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.” In today’s world, clients are bombarded with ideas and it becomes daunting. We provide clarity of vision and strive to deliver crisp, cohesive environments. What do you strive to create when you’re working on a project? What’s most important to you? The importance of light and space, along with form, color and texture, can be seen throughout the body of our work. Speaking to your line of work, what constitutes “good design”? Good design is multilayered but tailored. It is focused and intuitive. Great design should evoke a positive emotional response.

LUXE DESIGN STUDIOS Based in Miami, with offices in Los Angeles and New York, Luxe Design Studios has a presence in the luxury design market from coast to coast. Using a mixture of contemporary components, the firm captures the 21st-century lifestyle in a way that rejuvenates, inspires and encompasses the essence of living well. When asked to elaborate on his influences and inspirations, creative director Nicholas DeJesu points to several core principles of design. “Light, space, form, color and texture will always be influences in great design,” he says. “We are inspired by natural materials and finding innovative ways to use them.” Recognized by luxury hoteliers and residential clients alike, DeJesu and his team of designers have found that their uncompromising commitment to a balance of function and aesthetic serves them well. A key to this balance is the designer’s understanding of the relationship between luxury and everyday life. “People are less affected by fashion and trends,” DeJesu says. “It’s less about ‘big brands’ and more about having a luxurious experience in your home. Luxury is the freedom to live the life you want.” Constantly striving to innovate, the Luxe Design Studios team combines a technical understanding of design with the ability to harness creativity. The team’s passion for creating stylish, intriguing and contemporary spaces is matched by their efficiency and creativity. But for DeJesu the most important thing is that the design process revolves around the inhabitants, a necessity in achieving his ultimate goal: client satisfaction. “Interior design is a complex and arduous process, but we love the day of the install, as crazy as it is,” he says. “Nothing is more rewarding than handing over the finished product to an appreciative client.”

TOP: Layering is the key to this luxurious living room. The plethora of beautiful textiles and fur area rug make the neutral color palette practical and inviting. BOTTOM: The full-length bronze mirrors above the custom floating nightstands add depth and drama to this warm and inviting suite.

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The organic blown-glass light fixture and raw-edge table create a clean aesthetic in this space.

We will never be a firm that just decorates. We design.

Dark, slatted millwork conceals a door to the master bedroom. This elongates the focal wall and makes this contemporary living room seem much more grand.

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–Nicholas DeJesu

The modern cove ceiling in this gray living room emphasizes the architectural elements throughout the space, generating a warm, interconnected living environment.

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AS K T HE EXPE RT What is inspiring you now? I am an elemental person. Materials, texture, weight and feel inspire me. It is not just about the way a design looks; it is a blend of concept, style and function.

Robert Zemnickis Owner 2700 North Miami Avenue, Suite 811 Miami, Florida 305.572.0057 robert@nufdmail.com nuhousedesign.com

What are you working on next? Real estate development. My experience in high-end design and construction, furniture design and fabrication will inform my ability to bring a high-value end product to a much needed market sector. What do you regard as the greatest success in your career to date? Designing The St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort in Puerto Rico. It is a four-star hotel on a 500-acre property.

NUHOUSE FURNITURE + DESIGN For Robert Zemnickis, the design process revolves around two goals: to achieve the client’s vision and respond to the landscape and architecture. Upon arriving in South Florida more than 20 years ago, the interior designer saw a need for progressive design talent in the area—so began Nuhouse Furniture + Design. Today, the local market is rich with diversity, creating an environment in which Zemnickis and his team thrive on constantly changing inspirations. “Quality, context and lifestyle are definitely leading influences in my work,” Zemnickis says. “Our clients are international travelers, so we need to be aware of the designs being created on a global level. We need to look beyond the obvious and seek solutions on a more complex level.” In seeking these solutions, the firm takes into account every aspect of the site, as well as the client’s expectations, personality and preferences. Presented with many facets of a project, the designers at Nuhouse have become adept at editing the options to create spaces that perfectly reflect and support the homeowners’ lifestyle. Given its focus on personalization, it is no surprise that the firm’s clients are crucial to the design process. “Clients need to trust the vision of their designer,” Zemnickis says. “Be open to a new way of looking at something. We are so harried and frenetic. Slow down, reflect and notice things. Enjoy the process of being led and participate in it. The best projects come from the most engaged clients.” While well versed in a variety of styles and aesthetics, Zemnickis often finds himself looking through a contemporary lens, an advantageous technique in a market known for its contemporary architecture and design.

RIGHT: Sculptural staircase in a private oceanfront residence in Golden Beach.

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This living room features a sofa sectional from Minotti, vintage Karl Springer cocktail table, custom rug through Luminaire and the client’s own white leather chairs.

I try to bring a fresh perspective to any style, to see something in a new way.

A recamier and ottoman by Nuhouse complete the living room of this South Miami residence.

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–Robert Zemnickis

Model kitchen for 1 Hotel & Homes in Miami Beach, featuring a Nessen Lighting glass pendant light, vintage sled base chairs and a table from Restoration Hardware.

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Indrani Radhakishun Co-Owner 1562 Alton Road Miami, Florida 305.534.8585 2395 Coral Way Miami, Florida 305.860.9062 indrani@lunatika.com lunatika.com

Speaking to your line of work, what constitutes “good design”? The right lighting is a combination of functional and aesthetic principles. Lunatika offers a unique collection of moderncontemporary lighting that includes both architectural and decorative designs to achieve just that. Describe the philosophy behind your firm. Lighting is function, and it is art; it makes the space. It’s part of one’s lifestyle, which is why our main focus is to help our customers select lighting fixtures to design inviting, functional spaces. What steps can clients take to make their experiences more personally rewarding? To get the best experience, be involved in the lighting design at the start of your project, whether it’s a new home or renovation. It allows for better design and also allows one to take advantage of today’s technology in lighting control systems.

LUNATIKA Since its inception in 1994, lighting purveyor Lunatika has forged a bright path in the industry, bringing innovative, contemporary and artistic light fixtures to South Florida and beyond. The Miami-based firm was one of the few—if not the only—companies of its kind to feature cutting-edge lighting in modern and contemporary styles in an era that was mostly accustomed to transitional and traditional styles. This was more than two decades ago. Today, such contemporary lighting is among the most coveted in interior design, but Lunatika continues to introduce new, one-of-a-kind pieces to the marketplace, distinguishing itself from its peers. “Lunatika has been the No. 1 contemporary lighting store not only in South Beach, but in greater Miami, for the past 20 years. We strive to continue to deliver the best service and high-quality light fixtures to meet clients’ individual tastes and needs,” asserts Lunatika’s co-owner Indrani Radhakishun. Specializing in both indoor and outdoor lighting, as well as ceiling fans and timepieces, Lunatika’s robust offerings are complemented by a team of experts. Design professionals and homeowners alike will appreciate the broad selection of lighting and décor available, backed by knowledgable and welcoming Lunatika lighting specialists. “As one of the owners of Lunatika, I take pride in the knowledge and service we bring to each project we work on, be it one light fixture, a whole house or even a commercial project,” Radhakishun says. From Flos, Artemide, Moooi and Foscarini to Fontana Arte, Delta Light and Tech Lighting, Lunatika represents many of the world’s forerunners in light manufacturing and technology. “We now offer more than 50 of the best contemporary lighting lines from all over the world,” Radhakishun says.

RIGHT: This project, done with R Design Studio, Inc., illustrates the combination of architectural and decorative lighting. A dropped ceiling becomes its own lighting element with LED cove lighting to create a floating illusion. The Flute floor lamp by Fontana Arte adds warmth.

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With simple and timeless design, the fixtures combine light and shadows with a unique laser-cut pattern. Kelly is the ultimate in decorative design for traditional and avant-garde spaces.

Lunatika’s Design philosophy has many personalities, offering new and innovative approaches to lighting.

Designed by Alex Fernández Camps and Gonzalo Milà in 2015. The new Garota collection from Bover is coming to Lunatika this fall. The lampshade is composed of polyethylene synthetic fiber over an aluminum frame.

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–Indrani Radhakishun

Designed by Rubén Saldaña in 2015 for Bover. This modular wall light cluster of eight frontal parts is made in white lacquer or natural oak. The inner structure is composed of a metal tube finished in white paint.

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AS K T HE EXPE RT

STONE + TILE

How do you define luxury? We believe that luxury is combining the ultimate in design, quality and service.

Justo Parada President 5717 Southwest 8th Street Miami, Florida 305.260.5551 jparada@piedrasintl.com piedrasintl.com

Describe the philosophy behind your firm. We strive to exceed our clients’ expectations by importing the highest quality of unique and hard-to-find natural stones from the finest quarries and factories in Europe. Our stylish and progressive thinking allows us to offer one-of-a-kind stones, making us influential in the natural stone industry. What do you like most about your job? I like watching the architectural design evolve into the finished product. Giving our clients a beautiful home they will live in and enjoy for years, this is personally gratifying.

PIEDRAS INTERNATIONAL For more than 20 years, Piedras International has been the hub of natural stone inception to the Americas. With a distinguished reputation among clients and factories spanning across Europe, their 5,000-square-foot Miami showroom is called home. Specializing in marble, onyx, granite and details like columns and moldings, their services extend beyond just providing the materials. They also get to know their clients. They work alongside architects and designers to ensure their clients’ complete satisfaction and ultimately, help fulfill their wildest dreams. President Justo Parada attends all of the major stone shows in France, Italy and Spain, where he “always looks for new products and colors before they make their way to the United States.” Because of his long history in this industry, and the personal relationships he has forged with the best quarries in Europe, Piedras International gets to be the “first in the selection process” among their competitors, Parada explains. This VIP access keeps Piedras International, and of course their savvy clientele, ahead of design trends. Whether you are a homeowner redoing the interior or exterior of your house, or a designer working on a commercial project, the Piedras International showroom features a plethora of natural materials that you won’t be able to find anywhere else. The multitude of options is truly a lesson in the natural beauty that this world has to offer.

RIGHT: The lawn of this Miami home overlooks the main house, beautifully clad in stone accents with careful attention paid to coursing and detailing.

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Stone steps lead to a large patio with stone flooring, railings and arched doors. The formality of this lawn complements the hard edges and precision of the stonework.

Our work is meshing the architect’s or interior designer’s vision with our clients’ taste to create a beautiful finished product. –Justo Parada

Careful attention was paid to the retaining walls, cascading steps and large stone pavers embedded in the sod at this Miami home, which is clad in Dominican coral stone.

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This window relief draws inspiration from the temple form in classical architecture. From the columns to the cornice, the stonework of the window stands out as a stunning detail in this house.

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ASSOCIATIONS

CUSTOM WOODWORKING

M.S. Rau Antiques 888.268.0798 rauantiques.com

American Building Engineers 888.576.9207 abeincusa.com

KidSanctuary Campus 561.653.8274 | West Palm Beach kidsanctuarycampus.org

1050 Commercial Architectural Woodworking 561.391.3103 | Boca Raton 1050caw.com

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Ames International Architecture & Interior Design 561.274.6444 | Palm Beach amesint.com

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Architectural Woodworks & Cabinetry 561.848.8595 | Riviera Beach awcpalmbeach.com

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Hector & Hector Custom Woodwork 305.629.8864 | Miami hectorandhector.com

Dacor dacor.com

Brenner Architecture Group 561.241.6736 | Boca Raton brennerarchgroup.com

Drimmers Appliances 305.892.8260 | Miami drimmersmiami.com

Franky & Associates Architect, Inc. 561.338.3309 | Boca Raton frankyarchitect.com

CATERING

Monark monarkhome.com

Grupo Tadco 52 1 55 5273 3118 | Mexico City grupotadco.com

Thierry’s Catering and Event Design 305.635.6626 | Miami thierrycatering.com

Officine Gullo USA 800.781.7125 officinegullousa.com

Intel Architecture + Energy 561.672.7124 | Boca Raton intelae.com

Rosner’s 561.967.8600 | West Palm Beach rosners.com

Portuondo Perotti Architects 305.260.9331 | Miami portuondo-perotti.com

Thermador thermador.com

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CUSTOM FIREPLACES

JP Weaver 818.500.1740 jpweaver.com

Paloform 888.823.8883 paloform.com

ESO Decorative Plumbing 954.973.0020 | Pompano Beach esodecorativeplumbing.com

Spark Modern Fires 203.791.2725 sparkfires.com

Millers Elegant Hardware 561.994.4393 | Boca Raton eleganthardware.com

CUSTOM METALWORK

Miller’s Fine Decorative Hardware 561.746.4800 | Jupiter millershardware.com

Toledo Iron Works 305.633.4352 | Miami

Riobel riobel.ca

AQUARIUMS Reef Aquaria Design 800.596.0862 reefaquariadesign.com

ARCHITECTS Affiniti Architects 561.750.0445 affinitiarchitects.com

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ART + FRAMING Art+Imaging International 305.864.1552 | Bal Harbour bernarddesjardins.com Om Fine Art Photography omfineartphotography.com

Roatan Genuine Mahogany roatanmahogany.com

CUSTOM FINISHES Policrete 305.552.7026 | Miami policrete.com

NYE Portfolio 561.869.0343 | Boca Raton nyeportfolio.com RCS Woodcrafters 305.836.0120 | Hialeah rcswood.com William Chadwick Design 561.662.2263 | Boynton Beach williamchadwickdesign.com

DECORATIVE PLUMBING Baker 954.920.4565 | Dania Beach

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DOORS + WINDOWS

AmericasMart 800.ATL.MART americasmart.com Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) 954.921.7575 | Dania Beach dcota.com

DOORS + WINDOWS American Screen Solutions 888.785.6066 americanscreensolutions.com

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FLOOR COVERINGS

Panda Windows & Doors 702.643.5700 panda-windows.com

Oceanview Shades and Drapery 305.442.2628 | Coral Gables oceanviewshades.com

C & M Wood Flooring Center 954.428.0590 | Deerfield Beach cmwoodfloors.com

SIW Windows & Doors 561.274.8283 | Delray Beach siwimpactwindows.com

Stroheim 800.763.0524 stroheim.com

Crystal Tree Carpet & Flooring 561.622.6333 | North Palm Beach crystaltreecarpets.com

Sunex International, Inc. 954.418.2186 | Pompano Beach sunexinternationalinc.com

Sunbrella sunbrella.com/metro

Feizy 800.779.0877

Total Window, Inc. 800.344.4558 | Dania Beach totalwindow.com

Grand Oriental Rug Gallery 305.442.4500 | Miami grandorientalruggallery.com

Window Designs by Sonia windowdesignsbysonia.com

Kaymanta Weston kaymanta.com

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Bartels Doors 866.529.5679 | Dania Beach bartelsdoors.com

California Designs Inc. 561.625.5250 | North Palm Beach californiadesigns.com

Dayoris Doors 305.572.0707 | Miramar dayoris.com

Duralee 800.275.3872 duralee.com

Hunter Douglas hunterdouglas.com

Electric Shade Company 954.587.7888 | Fort Lauderdale electricshade.net

Italdoors 800.615.3667 italdoors.net

GT Italian Design 305.570.6831 | Miami gtitaliandesign.com

Lualdi 305.461.5464 | Miami lualdiporte.com

J | Geiger Shading Technology 844.543.4437 jgeigershading.com/luxe

ABC Carpet & Home 561.279.7777 | Delray Beach abchome.com

Mega Windows and Doors 786.615.6844 | Coral Gables megaid.net

Jim Thompson 800.262.0336 jimthompsonfabrics.com

All American Floors 305.624.9663 | Miami aawoodfloors.com

Milgard Windows & Doors 800.MILGARD milgard.com

Lee Jofa leejofa.com

Antrim Hand-Loomed Carpets & Rugs 866.311.1018 antrimcarpet.com

Adriana Hoyos Miami adrianahoyos.com

Palm Beach Window & Door 561.743.9688 | Jupiter palmbeachwindow.com

Mokum mokumtextiles.com

Artisan Hardwoods 561.706.8457 | West Palm Beach artisanhardwoods.com

Anima Domus 305.705.9975 | Aventura animadomus.com

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FINANCING BankUnited 866.635.0739 bankunited.com

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Kyle Bunting kylebunting.com Rug Evolution, LLC 786.558.4334 | Miami jan-kath.com Samad 888.726.2393 samad.com Wyn Wood Floors 786.206.1111 | Miami wynwoodfloors.com

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RCS

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Anima Domus 305.576.9088 | Miami animadomus.com

Calligaris calligaris.com

Hickory White hickorywhite.com

Meridiani 305.573.3636 | Miami meridiani.it

Armani/Casa 310.358.0901 | Los Angeles armanicasa.com

Calligaris 786.709.9605 | Miami miami.calligaris.us

Holly Hunt 305.571.2012 | Miami

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Armani/Casa 305.573.4331 | Miami armanicasa.com

Christian Liaigre christian-liaigre.us

Illimit 786.558.7176 | Miami llim.it

Oggetti 305.573.4626 | Miami oggettidesigns.com

Armani/Casa 212.334.1271 | New York armanicasa.com

Clive Daniel Home clivedaniel.com

Ironies 510.644.2100 ironies.com

Robb & Stucky Furniture | Interiors robbstucky.com

B. Pila Design 305.856.7916 | Miami bpilabespoke.com

Coconut Grove Gallery & Interiors 305.445.7401 | Miami coconutgrovegallery.com

J. Tribble Collection 888.652.6116 jtribble.com

Roberto Cavalli Home 954.404.8983 | Dania Beach

Bausman & Company bausmanandcompany.com

Design Depot 800.880.7154 | Miami designdepotfurniture.com

L’angolo Furniture & Art 954.384.9031 | Weston langolofurniture.com

Scan Design 305.944.8080 | North Miami Beach scandesign.com

Bernhardt bernhardt.com

Ebanista 800.570.1087 ebanista.com

L’arte 305.513.0066 | Miami lartedc.com

Sklar Furnishings 561.829.5208 | Boca Raton sklarfurnishings.com

Boga Style Home 786.440.5285 | Aventura bogastylehome.com

Espacio 305.573.5777 | Miami espacio-miami.com

Lee Industries leeindustries.com

Turri turri.it

Boga Style Home 305.591.2642 | Doral bogastylehome.com

Floridian Furniture 305.448.2639 | Miami floridianfurniture.com

Made Goods 626.333.1177 madegoods.com

Visionnaire Miami 305.998.9500 | Miami visionnairemiami.com

Boga Style Home 786.542.5545 | Pinecrest bogastylehome.com

Gíocasa 786.219.2054 | Miami gio-casa.com

Magni Home Collection magnihomecollection.com

Bright Chair 888.524.5997 brightchair.com

Grafton Furniture 305.696.3811 | Miami graftonfurniture.com

Margaux Interiors 305.662.2663 | South Miami margauxinteriors.com

Addison Gallery 561.278.5700 | Delray Beach addisongallery.com

Hancock & Moore hancockandmoore.com

Marge Carson margecarson.com

The Americas Collection 305.446.5578 | Coral Gables americascollection.com

Britto Charette 305.640.5005 | Miami

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INTERIOR DESIGN SHOWROOMS

INTERIOR DESIGNERS

Blue Gallery Contemporary Art 561.265.0020 | Delray Beach bluefineart.com

Genesis Automation, Inc. 954.316.2450 | Fort Lauderdale genesisautomationinc.com

B. Pila Design Interiors 305.856.7916 | Miami bpiladesign.com

Leighton Design Group 855.805.0597 | Delray Beach leightondesign.com

Blue Gallery Contemporary Art 954.764.6044 | Fort Lauderdale bluefineart.com

Spectrum Technology Integrators 561.798.7010 spectrumfla.com

Brown’s Interior Design 561.368.2703 | Boca Raton brownsinteriors.com

Luxe Design Studios 305.851.2020 | Wilton Manors luxedesignstudios.com

The McLoughlin Gallery mgart.com

HOME BUILDERS + REMODELERS

Design Resource Center 561.997.0040 | Boca Raton dresourcecenter.com

Mendez Vela Design 305.759.7752 | Miami mendezvela.com

Rosenbaum Contemporary 305.864.4968 | Bal Harbour rosenbaumcontemporary.com

Cannatelli Builders Inc. 954.977.2775 | Pompano Beach cannatellibuilders.com

Rosenbaum Contemporary 561.994.9180 | Boca Raton rosenbaumcontemporary.com

CLN Group 305.668.6278 clnconstructiongroup.com

B. Pila Design Interiors 305.856.7916 | Miami bpiladesign.com

Nuhouse Furniture + Design 305.572.0057 | Miami nuhousedesign.com

Wally Findlay Galleries 561.655.2090 | Palm Beach wallyfindlay.com

Cudmore Builders 561.995.8989 cudmorebuilders.com

Brown’s Interior Design 561.368.2703 | Boca Raton brownsinteriors.com

P&H Interiors 954.341.7335 pnhinteriors.com

Hollub Homes 305.665.4275 hollubhomes.com

Brown’s Interior Design 561.744.1116 | Jupiter brownsinteriors.com

Perla Lichi 954.726.0899 | Coral Springs perlalichi.com

Ashley Norton Architectural Hardware 800.393.1097 ashleynorton.com

Puzzitiello Builders, LLC 561.939.4852 | West Palm Beach puzzitiello.com

Claudia Herrera Interiors 305.439.9825 | Miami claudiaherrerainteriors.com

Sarah Z Designs 305.906.5500 | Aventura sarahzdesigns.com

Baldwin Hardware baldwinhardware.com

Seaspray Group Palm Beach seaspraygroup.com

Corners Interior Design 305.773.8658 cornersinteriors.com

Sheryl Bleustein Interiors 954.445.0897 sherylbleusteininteriors.com

Sun Valley Bronze 208.788.3631 sunvalleybronze.com

Slate Construction Services 305.877.0947 | Miami slate-cs.com

David Font Design 954.283.8839 davidfontdesign.com

Susan Lachance Interior Design 561.241.3800 susanlachance.com

HOME AUTOMATION

HOME THEATER DESIGN

Interiors by Maite Granda 305.764.5569 | Key Biscayne maitegranda.com

Suzanne Lovell Inc. suzannelovellinc.com/explore

Environmental Technology Control 561.881.8118 | West Palm Beach etc.fm

Genesis Automation, Inc. 954.316.2450 | Fort Lauderdale genesisautomationinc.com

HARDWARE

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Nancy Corzine nancycorzine.com

Leandro Mora Designs 305.591.7575 | Miami leandromoradesigns.com

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

Action Supply Co. 561.964.4700 | Lake Worth

Metro Door Aventura 844.315.3667 | Aventura metrodooraventura.com

Bell Landscape Architecture bell-la.com

LignĂ&#x2C6; Atelier 305.851.1994 | Miami ligneatelier.com

Clive Christian clivechristianinteriors.com

Metro Door Brickell 844.315.3667 | Miami metrodoorbrickell.com

David Font Design 954.283.8839 davidfontdesign.com

Littman Brands littmanbrands.com

Downsview Kitchens 954.927.1100 | Dania Beach downsviewofdania.com

Mia Cucina 305.792.9494 | Aventura miacucina.com

Eggersmann USA 800.276.1239 eggersmannusa.com

Neff of Fort Lauderdale 954.929.5678 | Dania Beach neffluxurykitchens.com

ESO Decorative Plumbing 954.973.0020 | Pompano Beach esodecorativeplumbing.com

Newport Brass 949.417.5207 newportbrass.com

Hausscape 305.573.0169 | Miami hausscape.com

Pedini Miami 877.263.8963 | Coral Gables pedinimiami.com

Berkana USA 305.705.4257 | North Miami Beach berkana-usa.com

Powerhouse Lighting 305.571.8079 | Miami powerhouselighting.com

Home Design Center of Florida 954.667.0002 | Fort Lauderdale homedesigncenterflorida.com

Rohl rohlhome.com

Capitol Lighting 1800lighting.com

The Urban Electric Co. 843.723.8140 urbanelectricco.com

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LIGHTING

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LIGHTING

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Lunatika 305.860.9062 | Miami lunatika.com Lunatika 305.534.8585 | Miami lunatika.com Pego Lamps 305.663.7346 | Miami pegolamps.com

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STONE + TILE (continued)

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“THERE’S ONLY ONE THING IN LIFE, AND THAT’S THE CONTINUAL RENEWAL OF INSPIRATION,” SAID EMPRESS OF FASHION DIANA VREELAND. INDEED, INSPIRATION IS THE SECRET SAUCE TO ALL GREAT DESIGN MOMENTS AND THE VERY FOUNDATION FOR WHAT WE HAVE CREATED ISSUE TO ISSUE OVER THE LAST 10 YEARS. IN CELEBRATION OF LUXE INTERIORS + DESIGN’S DECADE OF DESIGN, WE LOOK TO THE CUSTOMARY MEMENTO FOR THIS LANDMARK ANNIVERSARY— TIN—AND BRING IT TO LIFE WITH A TOUCH OF PANACHE.

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Sales by RELATED REALTY in collaboration with FORTUNE DEVELOPMENT SALES

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F O RT L AU D E R DA L E ’ S O N LY N E W T RU E B E AC H F RO N T R E S I D E N C E S An exceptional development from the team behind many of South Florida’s most desirable properties, including Jade Beach, Jade Ocean, Murano Grande, and Apogee. With lifestyle amenities and services from the brand behind award-winning residential and resort destinations, including Esperanza, Auberge du Soleil, and Calistoga Ranch. aubergebeach.com

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compliance or otherwise. There is no guarantee that any, or all off-site attractions, shopping venues, restaurants, and activities referenced will exist or be fully developed, as depicted, or that these would not change. Developer, pursuant to license or marketing agreements with each, has a right to use the trade names, marks, and logos of: The Related Group, Fortune International Group, and The Fairwinds Group. The Related Group, The Fairwinds Group, and Fortune International Group are not Developer. The managing entities, hotels, artwork, designers, contributing artists, interior designers, fitness facilities, amenities, services, and restaurants proposed within the Condominium and referred to herein are accurate as of this publication date; however , Developer does not guarantee that these will not change prior to, or following , completion of the Condominium. Any art depicted or described may be exchanged for comparable art at the Developer’s discretion. Art may be loaned to, rather than owned by, the Association. Consult the Prospectus for all terms, conditions, specifications, and Unit dimensions. Reproduction for private or commercial use is not authorized. 2015 ® PRH FAIRWINDS, LLC, unless otherwise noted, with all rights reserved.


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