“No matter how grand the house, it is first and foremost a stage on which real human beings play out their lives.”
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American Splendor: The Residential Architecture of Horace Trumbauer
Elegant details, graceful flow, unerring proportions and unfolding vistas: all of these characteristics mark this home as one of Horace Trumbauer’s masterful achievements. Both the house and the gardens required extensive restoration to regain their sense of scale and dignity. Working with noted museum curators, an important collection of art and antiques was assembled around the world enriching each of the 32 splendid rooms.
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InCollect Top Four Interior Design Projects:Museum Quality Art & Antiques Enrich a 32 Room Mansion