Giselle Loor is not a mind reader but she does admit to sometimes knowing what her clients want before they do—and relying heavily on intuition to inspire her projects. Her husband, Brett Sugerman, doesn’t dispute this. (Brett is the “b” and Giselle the “g” in the Fort Lauderdale design firm they founded in 2006.) “I approach things differently than Brett,” she says of her husband, who is known for his form-follows-function-follows-form mantra and his attraction for the technical aspects of architecture. “He is more left-brained, more male in perspective than I am,” Loor adds. Together, their ability to embrace both perspectives is b+g design’s métier, the sexy secret to their success.