Miami Design District: The Intersection of Art, Architecture and Urban Design

A rapidly expanding city gets a retail district that echoes the surrounding landscape and features living green roofs. The Miami Design District is a neighborhood dedicated to innovative fashion, design, architecture and dining experiences. The Miami Design District was created by Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Real Estate. The

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A Look Inside Yountville’s Newly Remodeled Vintage House

Offering the elegance of authentic traditions, Vintage House connects you to the best of the Napa Valley. The hotel opened in October after an extensive renovation. The 22-acre Vintage Estate property, located in Yountville, includes Vintage House, Villagio Inn & Spa, and V Marketplace. The 80 bungalow-style abodes are tucked quietly amidst the lush landscape

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Creating One-Of-A-Kind Extraordinary Journeys

Having worked in over 70 countries, Scott Lee’s true passion lies in experiential travel — destinations that heighten guests’ environmental and cultural awareness. Scott is President of SB Architects, an international architectural firm known for its excellence and leadership in the planning and design of global hotels, resorts, destination communities, large-scale multi-family residential and urban

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Women in Design

Empowering women and seeking to equip designers with tangible skills and real connections is a central tenet of SB Architects’ philosophy. While famous women such as Zaha Hadid, Odile Decq, and Jennifer Siegal have paved the road to the very top, we would like to highlight our designers who are making a name for themselves in San

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222: Business Tips and More with Keith Houchin

Keith Houchin speaks with Enoch Sears of the Business of Architecture about his top business tips including: How to “wow” your clients with architectural visualization (it isn’t just about the image) Tips for picking the right rendering company that matches your budget The project ‘kickstart’ process that gets everyone on the team aligned and reduces

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Sheltering Surivors — Integrating Design Thinking With Humanitarian Efforts

The Coral Gables Museum is hosting a temporary exhibition — Sheltering Survivors — from November 2017 to May 2018. Sheltering Survivors explores the stories of the record-high forcibly displaced population in the context of human resettlement and innovative shelter designs. Museum patrons will be able to enter and experience shelters that have been applied worldwide,

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