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Travel to the Buckhead-adjacent Museum of Design Atlanta to view “Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture.”

Curated by architect, urban designer and researcher Sekou Cooke, the exhibition shows the work of 34 pioneers—students, academics and practitioners—who are at the center of “the emerging architectural revolution.” The show is on view through Jan. 29. 

The New York-based Suburban Jungle Group recently launched in the Atlanta market. The real estate advisory firm offers pre-search consultation services to help homebuyers from larger U.S. cities identify the best suburbs or neighborhoods for their needs. Originally launched in New York in 2004, Suburban Jungle was acquired in 2021 by @properties, one of the nation’s largest residential brokerage firms. In Atlanta, the company will be spearheaded by Kelly Lehman, Atlanta market-lead strategist, who relocated here more than 25 years ago.

Take in the vignettes of award-winning designers at ADAC’s Behind the Windows, on view through March 3. The year’s featured designers—including Lia Shin of C+H Interiors, Jennifer Astrop and Tim Hobby of Minotti by HA Modern and Bryan Kirkland and Lesia King of SHOWROOM 58—showcase how they use ADAC products in their installations, which are located onsite at Peachtree Hills’ ADAC and downtown at AmericasMart.

Two well-known paint brands have released their 2023 colors of the year. Sherwin Williams’ pick is Redend Point, an earthy, neutral blush-beige tone. Benjamin Moore’s hue is the bolder Raspberry Blush, a lively shade of red orange. Happy painting!

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