Florida Design Magazine Vol. 14, No. 4 Page 1
"INTEGRATING ART AND DESIGN"
 
 
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INTEGRATING ART
AND DESIGN
An Innovative Mix Transforms A Palm
Beach Gardens Estate Into A ‘Living Gallery’
 
 
 
Looking to showcase their clients’ significant art collection, designer Gail Green and architect David Estreich transformed an existing
home into a “living gallery.” Filled with style and sophistication, this beautiful estate located
in Frenchmen’s Creek in Palm Beach Gardens seamlessly integrates art, architecture and design.

“Our style of partnering is a total collaboration,” Estreich says. “We work together on everything, including the furniture and floor plans, so no one can tell where one influence begins and another ends. It’s our way of ensuring that the plan works for the kind of space the client wants.”

 
 
 
 
ABOVE: The foyer highlights a ceiling-mounted Dale Chihuly piece and an abstract painting by Rebecca Purdum. Juan Muñoz sculpted the cabinet to the left of the hallway.
 
     
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