The Insider’s List - CondoBlackBook’s Monthly Curated Digest
Sep 30, 2020 September 30, 2020
As editors, real estate experts, Miamians, and lovers of so many things, we here at CondoBlackBook.com come across many a great read and post. So great, that we thought it’d be nice to share some of our top picks each month - videos, snippets, news pieces and articles, you name it, all things lifestyle, design, wellness, food, travel, business and just plain interesting stuff in our monthly CondoBlackBook.com Curated List.
So here are our picks to round out September -- take a peek, indulge, and get inspired!
Source: Vice | Ph. Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities
Just in time for all the archeological aficionados and Halloween lovers out there, Cairo unearthed a true treat. Researchers have found 27 untouched, 2,500-year-old Sarcophagi, raising hopes of many more.
Flo Grown - Florida Love
Source: New York Times
Florida Attracts More Northerners. Since the beginning of the pandemic, home sales in parts of the Sunshine State have more than doubled, boosted by many northerners from New York, New Jersey, Chicago and other Northeastern and Midwestern cities.
Design of the Times
Source: The Guardian | Ph. Ezra Stoller
Premiering online October 2nd at Design Miami, Wood life: The soulful craft of George Nakashima reflects on the iconic Japanese American furniture maker and architect’s travels around the world in search of meaning, and his voyage of discovery.
Source: Miami Herald
Miami-based Perkins + Will architect Tatiana Guimaraes’ knack for designed spaces that promote wellness have found their market.
Source: The Spaces | Ph. Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Far out cool… Tour the last home Frank Lloyd Wright ever designed: The Norman Lykes circular desert home, recently listed for sale.
Tropical Eye Candy
Source: RobbReport | The Carroll Group
House hunting? Take a peek inside a fanciful, pink Mediterranean Coconut Grove estate, the likes of which will make any mid-century modern lover blush.
Art Icons: Miami X Victorian London
Source: Architectural Digest | Kate Marti
Tour the 18th century Victorian London Flat of Rosa de la Cruz, the daughter of Ines and XXX de la Cruz, founders of Miami’s de la Cruz Foundation Art Museum.
Source: Cool Hunting | “Guernica” - Ph. courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.
Cool Hunting interviews conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas about his decades-long work focused on our collective humanity and the messages around us and his retrospective All Things Being Equal, on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum.