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theatlanticcities.com — Visiondivision Miami tends to have a reputation for glitz and bombast, whether from the need to impress at the beach, or stemming from the city's role as a financial and cultural center for Latin America. Miami Sun, a new project from Swedish design duo Visiondivision, capitalizes on this reputation with a proposal for a landmark in Bayfront Park, adjacent to downtown.
nymag.com — Michael Angelo stands in the Wonderland Beauty Parlor, a swarm of mermaid Barbies hanging overhead. Angelo, who owns the quirky Manhattan salon catering to fashion-y clients such as Brooklyn Decker and Lydia Hearst, has just returned from another salon - a simpler place on a dusty city street in Cambodia.
nymag.com — One day, Isaac Mizrahi's sisters came to his apartment and gaped at the green rug: Unbeknownst to him, it was identical to the carpet he'd grown up with. Mizrahi recounts that story while talking with longtime friend Maira Kalman about how she arrived at her design identity. For some, the path is clear.
theatlanticcities.com — Seth Wenig/Reuters Today, in questions New Yorkers don't want asked, let alone answered: What is the microbial content of the air in the subway system? How much of that musty subway breath is made up of organic material like fungi, bacteria, and fragments of our own bodies?
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