April 15, 2014

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Style and Design Trends in Florida, 2010

Cutting Edge Architecture, Emerging Designers, Hip Workspaces and Florida's Hottest Model

| 11/1/2010

Interior design, architecture, clothing accessories and more. Click the links below to jump to individual stories and photo galleries.

Natalia Bogdanova
Detail from a Captiva Island home
[Photo: Doug Thompson]
Captivating Architecture

Emerging Designers

Hip Workspaces

  • Gensler is an architecture, design, planning and consulting firm in Tampa. Their principal design director is Walter Trujillo.
  • Kimley-Horn is an engineering and land-planning firm in Vero Beach. Interior designer Robert Kelly of Cooper Carry, an Atlanta-based architecture firm, worked on the design.
  • Walker Brands is a brand strategy firm in Tampa. Their president is Nancy Walker.
  • Rulon Co., specializing in wall and ceiling products, is based in St. Augustine. Advertising and marketing manager is Jesse Reyes.

Florida's Hottest Model

Natalia Bogdanova
[Photo: Front Magazine]

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