Designer Juan Carlos Arcilla-Duque's home is the quintessence of cool.
“I didn’t want typical Miami white and bright,” says owner Stephan Weishaupt.
The eclectic mix of contemporary and 1960s-era pieces is emblematic of owner Stephan Weishaupt’s company’s ethos.
The glamour is back in Palm Springs and its time to plan a pilgrimage.
"It was a bit too feminine for me when I first saw it," he recalls. "Now it's a grown-up bachelor pad that looks good both day and night."
For this homeowner, a burst pipe leads to a flood of new ideas.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Known for creating the Louvre pyramid and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Pei's own home was also a treasure.
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