They’re everywhere. In addition to the connections we feel to friends and family, many of us establish strong connections to elements of our lifestyles. Design preferences, artistic sensibilities, travel, and our homes themselves. Our connections help define who we are.

What makes a house a home? Camilla McLaughlin’s Focus story explores how emotional connections can turn a property into the central part of our lives. She reports on how homes today are designed to help us connect with family, friends, and even ourselves. And she looks at how developments also are designed to enhance connections between residents, nature, the community and local culture.

Inside, a trio of designers share how they use their connections to inspire others. One is known for connecting his clients to the latest technology. Another is renowned for her knowledge of international design styles. And yet another prides herself on connecting beauty and function.

Connections to the environment are important to many. Combine that with the hottest dining trend, and Roger Grody’s “Chefs Gone Wild” story demonstrates how some are taking farm-to-table to new levels. And if luxury travel is important to you, Sarah Binder’s Passport story connects you to the fascinating world of India.

For me, connections with my clients are of the utmost importance. I hope you enjoy this edition of The High End, with my compliments. And please let me know if I can connect you with a home in our area.

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