Some houses are like heirlooms—they are passed down through the generations. For Kathleen Blair, whose family built their Regency-style house in North Dallas in the early 1980s where Kathleen lived during her high school years at Hockaday, the family house not only held memories, but also held promise.
by Bobby Killgore | Miami magazine | August 24, 2011
The island of Key Biscayne first came on the national radar during the Nixon years, when the village was known as the site of the “Winter White House,” thanks to the president’s retreat overlooking Biscayne Bay. The Nixon compound is long gone, as are a great majority of the original 1950s-style houses known as Mackles, after the Mackle brothers who built them. Today Key Biscayne is brimming with newly constructed properties—many so large they consume the island’s mostly modest lots.
by Alexandria Abramian-Mott | Angeleno magazine | August 24, 2011
Trip Haenisch may be one of the least assuming A-list designers in L.A. He has yet to brand himself as a this or a that; and even if he did have a Twitter account—he doesn’t—it’s doubtful he’d become a producer of one-liners about his clients Courteney Cox, Christina Aguilera, power agent Patrick Whitesell or Joe Francis of Girls Gone Wild infamy. Which isn’t to say that he lacks access; it’s just that urge to alchemize those relationships into a line of throw pillows for Target isn’t there.