Harrie T. Lindeberg, Architect
23 Khakum Wood Road, Greenwich, CT
Overlooking a tranquil lake, this south-facing 1927 stone manor with Ludowici roof has 8.6 magnificent acres with lovely heated pool, in the heart of this sought after Round Hill association with private security.
This outstanding stone manor was created by the legendary architect H.T. Lindeberg. The driveway sweeps into a walled courtyard and to the beautiful limestone front portico. The front-to-back English sitting hall has lovely plaster moldings, marble fireplace and french doors to the expansive terrace which floods it with light. A broad, barrel vaulted hallway leads to the magnificent living room with an antique carved stone mantel over the fireplace and a chestnut
Philip Johnson, Architect
Mid-century Modern Landmark
218 Sleepy Hollow Road, New Canaan, CT
One of the stars of New Canaan’s legacy of mid-century modernism, the Wiley House, designed by Philip Johnson in the early 1950s, was restored and expanded by Roger Ferris + Partners. Of the six houses Philip Johnson designed in New Canaan, Connecticut, the Wiley house is the only one that contains a singular glass pavilion to rival the volume of his architectural masterpiece, the Glass House. A new pool house built into the hill and the art gallery (a reconstructed 19th century barn) form their own courtyard around the vintage swimming pool with its original diving pad which is a twin to the circular pool at Johnson’s Glass House. For Philip Johnson, this house represented a
Rick Joy, Architect
1959 Cox District Road, Woodstock, VT
A modern architectural gem, Woodstock Farm has been widely published and received the Architecture and Design industry’s most prestigious award Architectural Record – Record House of the Year (April 2010). Master Architect Rick Joy (Amangiri Resort, Princeton Train Station, Desert Nomad House et al) was commissioned to design the property, which is highly refined and pure in its presentation while also relaxed and warm in providing a home that is fused with nature and its surrounding landscape.
Woodstock Farm presents a dramatic shingle and stone house and barn set on over 200 acres of Vermont countryside minutes from the picturesque village of Woodstock and in close
Bernadette Jacques, Architect
Luxurious Villa of Style, 2011
(private address), near Nice , FR
This luxurious villa of style loft arose from the transformation of a former factory of water company by an enthusiast of architecture. The former building metamorphosed into a place of unique and atypical life, a real industrial cathedral where the design furniture is close to the machines of the last century and where styles and materials get married marvelously.
It is located on the “Côte d'Azur” (French Riviera) between Nice and Monaco, in an idyllic environment close to the Mediterranean Sea.
A swimming pool lined by a beautiful olive tree and surrounded with vegetation precedes the arrival in the house. From the entrance, the gigantic machines
Alan Wanzenberg, Architect
1403 Quzchee West Hartford, Quechee, VT
Stonehill Farm is comprised of 185± acres of majestic, rolling land offering commanding views, a house designed and decorated in sophisticated, restrained taste and one of the preeminent private tennis facilities in New England. Constructed in the tradition of old world craftsmanship and positioned high on a south-facing hillside, this incomparable stone and cedar home features the finest quality materials and decorative finishes. Created by noted New York architect Alan Wanzenberg, the approximately 9,000 square foot, 15-room residence is a an elegant and timeless design in richly textured stone, expansive glass, and mahogany details. The residence offers seven bedrooms, nine baths, a
Craig Ellwood, Architect
The Daphne Residence, 1961
20 Madrone Place, Hillsborough, CA
Writing on architecture, Craig Ellwood has written: "The real art in architecture is not arbitrary style or ethereal symbolism, but the extent to which a building can evoke pleasure and profound emotion, the extent to which a building can spiritually uplift and inspire men while simultaneously reflecting the logic of the technique that alone can convey its validity to exit." The Daphne Residence achieves these high art goals, conveying serenity by the symmetry of its design, precise detailing, and the subliminal effect of the immediate presence of the reflecting water in the courtyard pool. With its primary visual orientation across the broad expanse of the contiguous Burlingame
Arthur and Alfred Heineman, Architects
The Lydia C. Edmands House, 1917
1233 Wentworth Avenue, Pasadena, CA
Arthur and Alfred Heineman, Architects, 1917. The Lydia C. Edmands House. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998, the Cotswold Cottage built for wealthy widow Lydia C. Edmands exemplified the Heineman brothers' creative tenure during the interpretive Arts and Crafts architectural movement from 1895-1918. The rolled-roof edges, half-timbers, and large eyebrow gable clearly sets the Edmands House apart from its Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean Revival neighbors. The seemingly whimsical design of the cottage displays the Heineman brothers skill at adapting historic styles while simultaneously displaying a sense of folly in their design. Generous common areas on the
Gino Coppede, Architect
Penthouse of Mediterranean Sea Castle
24 Capo di Santa Chiara, Genova/Genoa, IT
The prestigious 'Listed' historically rich Castle stands perched on the rocks of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the masterpiece of acclaimed Italian architect Gino Coppede (1866-1927).
A discerning buyer has the rare opportunity to purchase the Penthouse Villa of Castello Turke. AN EXCLUSIVE RESIDENCE IN A MOST EXCLUSIVE LOCATION – Liguria, Genova, Italy.
Built in 1903 overlooking the fisherman village of Boccadasse – 350 degree panoramic views of mountains, the sea, and buildings dating back to the 15th Century. A beautiful setting in a region of beaches, quaint and picturesque towns, and magnificent Italian cuisine.
The Penthouse Villa occupies the 3rd
Pierre Koenig, F.A.I.A.
with modifications by Designer Robert Sweet
7127 Crest Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
The Henbest-Birkett Residence, 1966-2011
The clarity of Pierre Koenig’s original vision is enhanced by designer Robert Sweet’s sensitive re-interpretation, and expansion of the Henbest Residence in Rancho Palos Verdes. The key to maintaining the spirit of Koenig within the context of change is Sweet’s studied simplicity of form, and his use of materials which don’t slavishly copy the original fabric, but quietly acknowledge and compliment Koenig’s overall body of work. The result is a new expression of the modernist aesthetic which, with its further elimination of indoor-outdoor distinctions, brings the celebrated California Modern lifestyle solidly into the 21st