It’s hard to know where to look in this expansive home on Biscayne Bay in Miami. The soaring 20-foot ceilings? The aquamarine water that touches the expansive wood deck?
The story of how Americans conquered, colonized, and eventually preserved, the Everglades.
Paul Rudolph’s "poor man’s" version of the legendary Farnsworth House is an icon in its own right
Life House, which just launched in Miami, wants to be both a brand and a platform.
Based in Miami, Seife has mastered the motifs and patterns commonly used in Persian rug design.
Known as Casa Bahia, and coming in at an impressive 20,000 square feet, the property sits on the shore of Biscayne Bay. Landes designed the home himself, working with local architect Jerry Gavcovich.
São Paulo-born filmmaker Alejandro Landes recently flexed his design muscles in a big way, building a 20,000-square-foot concrete villa that recalls the bold gestures of Brazilian modernism. And boy is it dramatic.
The urban planner is working to bring more resources and money to help the Opa-Locka preserve its unique architectural heritage.