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On December 6, 2018 California Home+Design kicked-off Design Miami, with an intimate dinner at Swan, Miami Design District's exclusive new eatery opened by Pharrell and hospitality magnate David Grutman.

 1. How did you get your start in design?I first became interested in design when I came across several architecture-related projects in high school history class, including the Chicago World Fair and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello.

Opening St. Frank Pacific PalisadesWe love how each St. Frank boutique has its own personality—from the midcentury-inspired San Francisco flagship to the coastal chic East Hampton cottage. Now, Pacific Palisades boasts its own storefront inspired by adobe-style dwellings.

Completely reinvented by Sutro Architects— yet still completely charming– this handsome Victorian is open on Sunday, December 16, 2:00pm–4:00pm.

               For those of us who live and breathe design, the best part about the holidays isn't the presents, it's the decor!

Martin Kobus shares Amsterdam’s modern magic A view of a modern houseboat that Martin Kobus and Chris Bergin toured. In the late 12th century, Amsterdam was established as a small fishing village, then later, in the 17th century, it became one of the most important ports in the world due to the deve

The NoMad has already made a name for itself on both coasts, with luxurious spots in Los Angeles and New York.

1. How did you get your start in design?I left my job on Wall Street and moved to Argentina to explore design. I wanted to be free to be creative, and found such inspiration walking the streets, looking at the architecture, seeing how people enjoyed public spaces.

Design and lifestyle legend Martha Stewart, along with long-time friend and executive editorial director of Martha Stewart Living, Kevin Sharkey, were on hand at Jasper Los Angeles to sign their new book; Martha’s Flowers – A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering and Enjoying.

Designed and executed in collaboration with the developer Dang Bodiratnangkura, architect Zoltan Pali’s latest project is a tour-de-force of glass and steel.

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