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Jeffrey Bilhuber

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American Master
By Phebe Wahl | July 6, 2017

“The point of this collection is history with horsepower—where we sample the very best of the past, but we move it forward,” explains interior designer Jeffrey Bilhuber of his new partnership with...

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Mi Amore
By Elaine Markoutsas | July 6, 2017

The first time I arrived in Lake Como, Italy, it took my breath away. The inspiring landscape of lush vegetation, terra-cotta roofs and pastel architecture rising above chameleon waters against a backdrop of the snowcapped Italian Alps is...

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All in the Family
By Zlata Kozul Naumovski | July 6, 2017

Designer Elizabeth Krueger has worked with her brother Robert dozens of times over his seven years as founder of...

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Flip Side
By Elaine Markoutsas | July 6, 2017

As is often the case with winter-weary Chicagoans, Megan and Jordan Dorfman regularly went to Florida in search of sun and quickly fell in love with a particular surfer stretch near Delray Beach. After renting for six years, they decided...

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Full House
By Zlata Kozul Naumovski | July 6, 2017

They say it takes a village, and such was the case for a Wilmette couple with three children when planning a small renovation of their Grand Beach, Mich., home. Originally purchased for quick family getaways, the house soon became...

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Ahead of the Curve
By Tate Gunnerson | July 6, 2017

Temperate weather and lush palm trees make the tony seaside resort community of Palm Beach a destination for winter-weary souls from far and wide. Its natural blue and green hues also inspired the...

Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee Chicago Architecture Biennial

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New Dialogue
By Tate Gunnerson | July 6, 2017

The resounding success of the first Chicago Architecture Biennial, which attracted more than half a million visitors from around the globe, is not a mystery, agree Artistic...

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Patience of a Saint
By Andrea Mills | April 11, 2017

If you’ve been to Marrakech, you’ve undoubtedly visited the widely lauded and highly recommended Jardin Majorelle—the botanical garden and artist retreat...

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Master Plan
By Zlata Kozul Naumovski | April 11, 2017

It all started with the pool.

A commercial real estate developer bought a large piece of land and built a traditional home whose size and location fit his family’s needs (Modern Luxury Interiors,...

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Bucking Tradition
By Kaitlin Madden | April 11, 2017

When it comes to her interiors, Summer Thornton, owner of an eponymous Lincoln Park design firm, is known for being as vibrant as her name. “Personally, my work is usually bright and colorful, but one of the fun...

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