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  • Jeane Cioffi

    Laurelton Hall. Home of Louis Comfort Tiffany. Long Island NY. Demolished by fire. .....I got to live on part of the original estate for a few years. One of the most beautiful and peaceful places!

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Interior de Laurelton Hall, la mansion familiar de Louis Comfort Tiffany. Finalizada en 1905, estaba en Laurel Hollow, un pueblecito en la costa noroeste de Long Island, y tenia tenia 65 habitacioes y mas de 240 hectareas de terreno. Acogio cientos de sus obras, y desde 1918 fue sede de su Fundacion y escuela de artistas. Vendida en 1949, se quemo en 1957. Muchas de sus tesoros que el fuego no destruyo se llevaron al Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, en Winter Park, Florida.

Long Island, NY ~ My husband grew up in a home with a similar front as this one on Long Island. His parents live there & we go back once or twice a year, so how can it not be one of my favorite places? : )

Residential Architecture: Stone Houses by Leroy Street Studio: “..a low-maintenance residence that incorporated Westchester granite and great expanses of glass to take in views of the property. LSS introduced dry-stack stone walls to unify exterior and interior spaces and to knit the compound together. The walls, linked by water features, provide a unifying texture and distinguish the private, southern-oriented arrival side of the buildings from the northern-facing curtain walls..” Extensive gla

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