Inside a Modern Palm Beach Manor

By the time renowned architect Addison Mizner arrived in Palm Beach in 1918, he had spent time in Guatemala and southern Europe, where he acquired a knowledge of and love for the local architectural styles. He sensed that homes in Palm Beach—itself a tropical island tucked between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean—should more closely resemble the villas and palazzi of the Mediterranean and other warm climes rather than the traditional homes and townhouses of the American northeast.

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