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Palm Beach Splendor – The Architecture of Jeffrey W. Smith

In the tradition of Addison Mizner, Maurice Fatio, John Volk, and Howard Major–the early architects of Palm Beach’s great estates and public buildings of the Gilded Age–the architecture of Jeffery W. Smith stands resplendent as a testament to the refined elegance of another time, and is as well a promise of the grandeur that the future holds. Hailed by Town & Country as “the most adept young historicist working in Palm Beach today,” preeminent Palm Beach architect Jeffery Smith is a paragon of exquisite design sense, as is clearly evident in the houses featured here. Smith’s work–a continuation of the classical Mediterranean style characteristic of the town that has come to be known as the “American Riviera”–is showcased in Palm Beach Splendor in seventeen of his most recent projects, in magnificent full-color photographs featuring interiors by such well-known designers as Peter Marino and David Easton.

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