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Lincoln Road is reaching new heights

Lincoln Road was originally a forest of mangroves. It became a social center and the home of prestigious retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue thanks to Carl Fisher back in 1912. 304 more words


Final Jury announced for Wynwood Gateway Park Competition

We’ve added TWO new very talented members to our already impressive list of jurors:

– Architecture critic and journalist James Russell, who has written for Bloomberg News and Architectural Record.   103 more words

Australian Landscape Conference 2013 > Design for the future

Australian Landscape Conference 2013
20th – 23rd September 2013 in Melbourne, Australia

DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE: Models from the Old World,
Challenges for the New… 74 more words

Aniket Bhagwat

Hialeah Park Casino Now Open

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – South Florida’s Hialeah Park, once referred to as “the world’s most beautiful race course,” opened the doors of its new casino Wednesday. 388 more words


Moats for Modern Homes

Once upon a time, moats were a safety measure to dissuade outsiders from approach.  These days, most people are content to rely on alarm systems for protection of their property and some might even call a moat a safety hazard.   180 more words

Mecc Interiors

Jade Signature, Unprecedented Collaboration of Fine Architecture and Design in Sunny Isles Beach

A single elegant form rising 57 stories on the sands of Sunny Isles Beach, Jade Signature is the newest tower in Fortune International’s coveted Jade building collection. 777 more words

Raymond Jungles

Raymond Jungles was just named as a new member of the stewardship council of The Cultural Landscape Foundation on December 21, 2012.

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) is the only not-for-profit (501c3) foundation in America dedicated to increasing the public’s awareness and understanding of the importance and irreplaceable legacy of its cultural landscapes. 263 more words