Hugh Newell Jacobsen, Architect: Village of One’s Own, 1988

This elegant, comfortable, light-filled and witty house was custom designed in 1988 by Hugh Newell Jacobsen, named one of Architectural Digest’s top 100 architects in January 2014. Influenced by vernacular New England architecture, the residence, known as “Village of One’s … Continue reading

David Ming-Li Lowe, Architect: Earthquake House, 1990

Kron and Slesin’s 1984 book, “High-Tech: The Industrial Style and Source Book For the Home”, brought to the general public an awareness of the exciting possibilities Industrial Design and prefabricated components could bring to domestic residential architecture. It popularized concepts … Continue reading

Myron Goldfinger, Architect – Chappaqua, New York

Enveloped in natural beauty, this spectacular modern masterpiece was conceived by internationally-renowned architect Myron Goldfinger. Mr. Goldfinger is celebrated for his highly-sculptural designs and is responsible for many exceptional residences including the Long Island home prominently featured in the Martin … Continue reading

Jonathan Davis, Architect 2008 Davis Studio Architecture + Design

With its glass walls and soaring 20 foot ceilings in the living/dining/entertainment space, the architect demonstrates that “green” can also be dynamic. Designed by Jonathan Davis, an architect with three and a half years background at Frank Gehry & Associates … Continue reading

Philip Johnson, F.A.I.A. The Henry Ford II House / Halcyon Lodge

Halcyon Lodge is one of Southampton’s original nineteenth century stick-style Victorian estates and was the longtime Summer estate of auto magnate Henry Ford II. In 1951 Ford and his wife commissioned Modernist architect Phillip Johnson to design a glass pavilion … Continue reading

Malcolm M. Appleton, Architect: Shaker Hill, 1974

Exquisitely designed and thoughtfully sited on an extravagant setting in Starksboro, Vermont. Designed by Vermont architect Malcolm Appleton, with input from the homeowners, the interior space invokes peace and tranquility. Floor to ceiling glass gives you the sense of being … Continue reading

China: Luxury Properties – The Walker Residence

Architect Rodney Walker built his family home on a hilltop overlooking Ojai, California, an enclave northwest of Los Angeles known for its hiking, spiritual retreats and organic farms that is dubbed the Shangri-La of Southern California. His former home, known as the … Continue reading