Suburban Living

  • David Adler (1882-1949) has been re-discovered. He lived and worked during an explosive, creative tide that bridged the industrial age of the late 19th century to the tech of the mid-20th, an era…   Read the Article

  • Summer Garden of David Adler French Masterpiece

    Most of Adler's homes are designed with access to patios, porches, terraces and views from the common rooms. His outdoor spaces are frequently accented with urns, statues, and odd bits of garden…   See the Image

  • Library of David Adler French Masterpiece

    Hard to imagine from the imposing exterior that this intimate library is inside. Adler's formal training at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts instilled historical styles (the Ecole taught many) as a…   See the Image

  • Kitchen of David Adler French Masterpiece

    Originally designed for the house staff, this updated kitchen still retains Adler's space aesthetic. One of the unusual design aspects of this home was creating the impression of…   See the Image

  • Front view of the Carolyn Morse Ely estate: Adler was one of the most influential men and architects of his generation whose work has become as prized as other name-brand titans in the Chicago…   See the Image

  • This foyer doubles as a formal receiving room and showcases Adler’s star-patterned floor -- a signature of his homes. The current owners have been loving ambassadors and many of the original…   See the Image

  • Family Room of David Adler French Masterpiece

    "Lanterne" means a building you can see through, exemplified by this corner family room with floor-to-ceiling windows in this winter scene. In the '20s, a variety of these spaces were…   See the Image

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Front

    In John Berendt’s runaway bestseller Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, his newly acquired Southern friends invite him to a University of Georgia football game. The New Yorker is shocked…   Read the Article

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Fountain

    Designed by the Atlanta architectural firm Historical Concepts, the home was completed in 1985.   See the Gallery

  • UGA President's Replicate Home Entrance

    Unlike the original home in Athens, the Marietta entrance has a grand double-sided staircase.    See the Image