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Dallas is also building its


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reputation as a national, and in- ternational, art destination. The Dallas Art Fair, an event held an- nually in April, attracts art lovers from around the world. In this issue, we feature the galleries of Christopher H. Martin, CINQ, and art management group Russell Tether, just to name a few, which all provide world- class fine art that hangs in pri- vate and corporate collections. In Austin, Jauregui provides services from initial concepts through construction of all areas, including pool and landscaping, and finishes with installation of all furniture and art. It is truly a turnkey operation and their work speaks for itself in extraordinary quality.


Photograph by Holger Obenaus shot on location at Christopher Martin Gallery


There is an old joke about a city when there is a lot of construc- tion, which teases that the state bird becomes the construction crane. That bit is not far from the truth this summer for Dallas. In 2015, the Dallas-Fort


Worth metro area ushered in $17.8 billion in new building projects, leading Dallas to rise to the No. 2 spot on Forbes’ list of Building Boom Towns. This year looks to match, if not surpass, that number. Dunhill Partners is planning an office tower in the Design District next to the recently constructed Hi-Line apartment tower, new luxury living towers are going up in Uptown, and even in Frisco,


developers are building on ev- ery open tract of land to be near the new headquarters of Toyota and the Dallas Cowboys, which are both planning to relocate there.


The Dallas Market Center


will receive a massive multimil- lion-dollar renovation, creating a 220,000-square-foot market- place to serve the trade, called The Interior Home & Design Center.


Home building is also trend- ing upward, with a 22 percent increase in homes built in the first quarter of this year over last year. That is equal to 7,035 single-family homes. In this, our Architects &


Publisher Quentin Senise (right), and editor Doug King (left), of Dallas Style and Design.


Builders issue, we are building our feature section up to five stories, showcasing some of the amazing work of architects and builders in Dallas and Austin. Step inside these breathtaking homes designed and built by some of the state’s greatest talents.


In Dallas, architectural firms


Bernbaum-Magadini, Wernerfield, and homebuilder Ellerman Homes, provide three contem- porary homes that are sure to distinguish Dallas as a hot spot of modern architectural design.


Also in Austin, the talented designers at John-William Interiors invite us into a project they completed that will have you considering purchasing all new furniture for your home. Lest we forget the design of fashion, the independent de- partment store Stanley Korshak is building on decades of style setting with the opening of a new department to appeal to Millennials, playfully called The Shak.


The amount of new building taking place is no joke. It is beneficial for the economy and provides an enormous canvas for architects, interior designers, furniture showrooms and art galleries to ply their trades and craft. We hope you enjoy read- ing about their incredible work.


Douglas King Editor


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