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  1. David Wiseman has transformed a four-story staircase in a Manhattan apartment into a work of art. Plaster linden branches bearing porcelain wisteria blossoms ascend with the stairs, and a thick trunk...
  2. Launched in 2012 , Kanga is the first hull in Wally’s new Ace line of displacement motor yachts. The 85-foot vessel combines the clean and unconventional styling that the Monaco builder is known for...
  3. On a Sicilian hilltop overlooking the island’s east coast and Mount Etna, the Rocca delle Tre Contrade estate offers an immersive Italian experience for parties as large as 22 guests. The 19th-...
  4. After Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman trans­formed a former tannery in this artsy Mexican mountain town into their vacation home, the San ­Francisco–based designers were so inspired by the project...
  5. For those who cannot make the trip to Casa Acanto in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico (see Great Escapes, page 100), the home’s owners—the interior designers Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman—offer an...
  6. Scrub Island opened in 2010 as the first new luxury hotel development in the BVI in 15 years. The ­private-island resort is located about one mile off the east coast of Tortola on a 230-acre landmass...
  7. Part functional parking garage, part event space, part dining venue, this development designed by the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron contains...
  8. With benefaction from the Related Group’s Jorge Pérez, who donated funds and artworks totaling $40 million, and the city of Miami, the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is the city’s first...
  9. Just blocks away from the Design District but separated by Interstate 195, the newly announced District 36 promises 60,000 square feet of retail space for eight to 10 showrooms on NE 36th Street at...
  10. Twenty years ago, the area around NE 40th Street was one of the last places in Miami one would expect to find Louis Vuitton and other top brands. But in the past decade, under the direction of Craig...

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