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Palm Springs Forward

A determined group of midcentury modern devotees is helping this kitschy desert city embrace its future while preserving its past.

By Jamie Gross
The Miller House, designed by Richard Neutra.Trina Turk at her Palm  Springs home, wearing her own design.Trina Turk on the balcony of her home, the Ship of the Desert.Trina Turk's clothing boutique, designed by Kelly Wearstler.Ready for croquet at Parker Palm Springs.Glassware at Bon Vivant in Palm Springs.Retro seating inside the sunken living room of ModernWay owners Joy and Courtney Newman.The irreverent firepit in the lobby of the Parker Palm Springs.An array of cacti at the Moorten Botanical Garden.
The Miller House, designed by Richard Neutra.
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Trina Turk at her Palm Springs home, wearing her own design.
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Trina Turk on the balcony of her home, the Ship of the Desert.
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Trina Turk's clothing boutique, designed by Kelly Wearstler.
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Ready for croquet at Parker Palm Springs.
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Glassware at Bon Vivant in Palm Springs.
Noe DeWitt
Retro seating inside the sunken living room of ModernWay owners Joy and Courtney Newman.
Noe DeWitt
The irreverent firepit in the lobby of the Parker Palm Springs.
Noe DeWitt
An array of cacti at the Moorten Botanical Garden.
Noe DeWitt
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