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Folk and Spoon

Folk and Spoon

When a Flat Rock couple decided to renovate their kitchen, they made plenty of room for their savvily curated collection of folk-art animals

Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages

No less than 200 tons of stone were brought in to build the aptly nicknamed “Rock House,” a 4,365-square-foot, four-bedroom home located in Flat Rock.

Brave New World

Brave New World

“Dream home” is too common a term to describe what John and Renee Brooks envisioned for their new place in The Ramble. “Fairytale home” comes much closer.

Embracing Symmetry

Embracing Symmetry

Griffin Architects and builder Tyner Construction worked together to create a masterwork of reminiscence. Its timber-framed great room, walnut floors, Brazilian ipe decking, and two acres of mature trees recall the Pacific Northwest bioregion, one historically steeped in forestry.

A More Harmonious Union

A More Harmonious Union

Architect Stephen DerMargosian had quite a different melding of aesthetics in mind, what he considered a more harmonious union — a mix of Japanese and Appalachian; i.e., “Jappalachian.” The signature characteristics of “Jappalachian” include natural materials, multiple roofs, and simplicity of line.

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Study in Contrasts

Study in Contrasts

Compact kitchen design makes use of every inch in high style

A Stylish Retreat

A Stylish Retreat

The making of a luxe guest suite.

Miami Beach Meets the Mountains

Miami Beach Meets the Mountains

Marcus Katz says he was happy with the moosehead. But then what was a traditionally appointed mountain lodge evolved into a light-drenched mega-retreat with a dramatic poolside waterfall and a crush of other luxury accoutrements.

Part of a Whole

Part of a Whole

Doug and Ellen Harris of Harris Architects in Brevard created a plan for a renovation of an 1890s Flat Rock home to accommodate the lifestyle of a vibrant, active family while remaining sympathetic with the period of the structure.