The romantic 1930s Palm Beach houses of Addison Mizner—with their mix of Spanish courtyards, Venetian Gothic windows and arches, and cool Andalusian colors and materials—were of great inspiration. This home is a streamlined interpretation of that style. It’s a fresh, lively house meant for a young couple with three young children and a major art collection that include the works of Damien Hirst, Mark Rothko, Louise Nevelson, Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat.
This warm family home combines the best of classical Italian design, from Palladian villas to rustic farmhouses and contemporary versions of Mediterranean estates. With its blend of stone, travertine and terra-cotta tile, the estate celebrates hand-crafted period details such as ironwork, moldings and friezes. Centered around a courtyard, the classic nine-square plan includes loggias and galleries.