Last spring I found myself at Liza, a super chic Lebanese restaurant housed in a 19th-century palace in Beirut. It’s a gorgeous space that attracts gorgeous people who typically start dinner at 10 pm, and I was at a table that included several representatives from the Triennale di Milano International Exhibition, who were in town to meet Karine Fakhry and Diane Sawaya of FaR Architects.
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Whether in Manhattan or Tucson, the Aranda\Lasch design studio is elevating everything from precipitation to basket- weaving, one chair, building and community at a time.Read More
With a half century of captivating waterfront projects under his belt, Richard Meier gives an elegant update to Miami’s Surf Club.Read More
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