The stark interiors by Charles Gwathmey are softened by the beautiful wood floors. Photo courtesy of Architectural Digest.
A few months ago Architectural Digest featured revered architect Charles Gwathmey’s final project before his untimely death in 2010. Gwathmey had worked on a beautiful congregation of white pavilions on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Bart’s. The project, a collection of pristine villas on an island with a spectacular view, was a testament to his life’s work, boasting meticulously designed features from white-stucco concrete accented with polished concrete, to locally excavated volcanic stone incorporated into the walls and housing infrastructure. (more…)