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Cultured 25: Here's what to do, where to be and what to see this winter
On the Grid: Technology is finding its way into design, changing the landscape one pixel at a time.
Motor Muse: An exhibit atop 1111 Lincoln Road should unite both art buffs and car aficionados
Natural Setting: Hugo Franca's dramatic furniture and sculptures get exposure in a flourishing natural environment.
Protean Spirit: Emmett Moore's work defies categorization, assimilating high concepts in both art and design.
Asia's Art Empress: Visionary Pearl Lam expands her reach in the East with the opening of her new gallery in Singapore.
Studio Visit: French designer Eric Schmitt's sculptural furniture and objects d'art are right at home at Ralph Pucci's new Miami showroom.
Wright Now: Wright is about to make some noise as it opens a glossy New York outpost. We caught up with its director, Brent Lewis, to hear what's in store.
Commission Statement: As designers taking the spotlight on the Design Miami/stage will tell you, commissions are never a solo show. Their dealers discuss their supporting roles as producers, advisors and mentors.
Do No Wrong: Sebastian Wrong's latest venture focuses on good design-- at accessible prices.
Renaissance Man: Although he's perhaps best known for his Lockheed Lounge, there's hardly an object or industry Marc Newson hasn't designed.
The Avant-Gardist: John G. Hanhardt pushed forward new media work in the 20th century-- and continues to do so with a new show at the Sagamore hotel.
Off Duty: Cultured captures the art-and-design set out and about.
Studio: Barry X Ball Brooklyn, NY 11211
Keen Eye: A young entrepreneur hones in on his love of design with a multi-floor gallery and creative hub in London.
Ideal Forms: Michael Anastassiades minimalist and purposeful designs subtly enhance the everyday objects that surround us.
A Way with words: With a survey at the Guggenheim, Christopher Wool enters a new stage in his storied career.
Who are the Haas Brothers? Just ask Donatella Versace, Peter Marino or Lady Gaga, and they'll tell you.
Joint Venture: While the artist, influencers and designers featured on these pages are recognized for their individual talent, it's their collaborations that are really turning us on right now.
The next Frontier: With the new exhibition "28 Chinese," the Rubell family turns its attention to China. As always, except the unexpected.
Bold Soul: Groundbreaking modernist Charlotte Perriand was never afraid to forge her own path. This December, it leads us right to the beach.
Simply Brancusi: A new show at the Paul Kasmin Gallery turns its attention to profound French artist Constantin Brancusi's time in New York.
The Hidden Garden: For Perry Guilot, one of the most in-demand landscape architects from Montauk to Miami-- it's all a process of reduction.
Cultural Alchemy: Here's how an armory built in the 19th century became a destination for the avant-garde.
Climate Change: Miami's cultural environment is heating up thanks to the reopening of its foremost art museum in a new building-- with a new name.
Culturesd x Cardenas: Rafael de Cardenas tackles a basic form for Cultured's first commission, and the result is anything but.
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