17 A-List designers got together to decorate and redesign the first satellite show house in Palm Beach, Florida, USA. Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club from New York partnered with their sister club Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County for this new venture. Both organizations support youth to reach their full potential.Villa Belmonte in the historic El Cid neighborhood is a Mediterranean revival house from 1925 located at 196 Belmonte Road in West Palm Beach. It is a classic two-story Palm Beach architecture with lots of stairs, French doors, beautifully lighted rooms, and an expansive garden interspersed with art. The sculpture Torus by David Harber is a particularly interesting hidden treasure to discover.The designers who came from all over the country to participate in decorating the 7,502 square-foot project did a marvelous job to reinvent the show house including turning the driveway into an open-air sunken living room (designed by Fernando Wong Outdoor Living Design).
Chris Drake and William Steele of Bierly-Drake Associates from Boston used our bathroom fixtures in their design.
Other design firms that participated were Amanda Lindroth Interior Design, Christopher Maya Inc., Ellen Kavanaugh Interiors, Mabley Handler Interior Design, Lisa Erdmann & Associates, foley&cox, Design Galleria, Robert Brown Interior Design, Bradfield & Tobin, McCann Design Group, Stephen Mooney Interiors, Susan Zises Green Inc., and Vincere Ltd.
Villa Belmonte opened its doors to the public on 24 November 2017 and can still be seen until 19 December.
Source: some photos are courtesy of Sargent Architectural Photography