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  1. Serge de Troyer, a Belgian designer based in Miami, has made a name for himself and his eponymous company with furniture handcrafted of fine leathers, parchment, Lucite, shagreen, bone, horn and...
  2. Signature: Vervoordt’s style is nothing if not polyphonic. Informed by a lifetime of avid collecting in just about any area of art and design imaginable, his spaces are meant to inspire contemplation...
  3. Signature: “We’re problem solvers,” says Lee Mindel rather modestly. But, as he points out, “The solving of the problem transcends building and becomes an art form.” Regardless of the design genres...
  4. Signature: Perhaps because he began as a modernist (with a modernist’s sense of the needs of contemporary living), Pinto’s interiors, no matter how classical or formal, place a high premium on...
  5. Signature: “My interiors have a neoclassical basis, but with a contemporary relation. Even when I do contemporary environments, they are rich in texture and material, and they have some historic...
  6. Signature: A committed modernist who believes in only the highest of luxury quotients, his work emphasizes “materiality, texture, scale, light, and the constant dialogue between interior and exterior...
  7. Signature: “Not allowing any two projects to look alike,” says Anthony Ingrao’s partner, Randy Kemper. “We customize each project to our client’s taste and help them define an individual style. We’re...
  8. Signature: “We create luxurious, understated interiors, no matter what the budget. We avoid flashy, in-your-face luxury.” His work is informed by modern principles (uncluttered, well-lit open spaces...
  9. Signature: Clodagh, an Irish-born designer who goes by a single name, specializes in what she calls “life-enhancing minimalism—all the comfort and luxury you need, but not more than you need.” It’s...
  10. Signature: “I am a modernist, and my work is largely predicated on the use of major contemporary art. Although I have great respect for the past, I like my work to reflect our moment in time.”...

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