Reminiscent of grand townhomes in Paris, this residence embodies classical design principles of 18th-century France. The temple-front façade is open and formal, in keeping with the neighborhood. The central portion of the back reiterates the architectural formality, with ornamental elements simplified on the wings, which are designed for alfresco entertaining. Harrison Design’s highly classical execution continues in the interior, and copious windows and transoms bring light into the spaces. The formal dining room bursts with color and a stately elegance due to its detailed ornamentation, including Chippendale-inspired flourishes on the door and curved corner pilasters.

Photographer: Greg Frost
Interior Designer: Harmony Hall Interiors
General Contractor: Euroconcepts