Casa Vogue Brazil Features B+G Design

We are thrilled that Casa Vogue Brazil featured our new Miami residence.  Take a look at our home and read the full article below.

“Principals, Brett Sugerman and Giselle Loor-Sugerman, of B+G Design, moved from a 1970s coastal style house to a modern 167 m² apartment. The move stemmed  from two different reasons: the old residence was empty, now they have grown children living in other places and in recent years, most of their interior projects have been concentrated in Miami.

Their residence is close to the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum and the Port of Miami. In addition to the excellent location, the breadth and abundance of natural light provided by the double height ceiling and the glass panels overlooking the bay caught the owners attention.

To organize their belongings well (a frequent concern for those who exchange a house for an apartment), the interior designers took advantage of the long walls and developed a smart woodworking project capable of creating storage spaces and sectoring the environments. “An apartment can look as big as a house. It is necessary to plan and prioritize every inch of the property, but it is possible”, says Giselle, who has made her own home a success story .

In decor, the couple opted for a very elegant black and white color palette. There are nuances of color and contemporary designer furniture (many of them imported from Italy and others produced in the United States. Brett and Giselle also curated contemporary works of art , in total harmony with the decor – rounding off the perfect cosmopolitan retreat with sophistication.

Photography by Kris Tamburello

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