Windsor Architecture and Design

By Hadley Keller

Photography by Jessica Klewicki Glynn

Introduction by James Reginato

272 pages

9¼ x 12 in. (235 x 304.8 mm.), portrait

225 color illustrations

Hardcover with jacket

ISBN 978-0-86565-403-7

US $65 / CAN $82 / GBP £50

PUBLISHED: Nov, 2021

Upcoming Events for this Title

BEACHSIDE book signing at Vero Beach Book Center
December 1, 2021

Tropical living at its most chic

The planned community of Windsor, on a barrier island in Vero Beach, Florida, offers elegant yet casual seaside living at its best. This sublimely landscaped village, planned by the renowned New Urbanists Andrés Duany and Elizabeth Plater‑Zyberk, boasts houses by A‑list architects and top interior designers, among them John Stefanidis, Steven Gambrel, and Alessandra Branca. The exteriors, Anglo‑Caribbean in style, feature steeply pitched roofs, open eaves, cantilevered balconies, and palm‑shaded courtyards and pools. The interiors, all executed with exquisite craftsmanship and appointed with fine finishes, range in style from traditional to sleekly contemporary. Beachside presents a wide array of the houses, organized by room. Filled with photographs of bougainvillea‑framed entrances, airy open‑plan living-dining rooms, cozy studies, and bedrooms that open onto balconies with sweeping ocean views, Beachside will inspire anyone yearning for a stylish coastal life.

"Lose yourself in the wanderlust offered by this dreamy new book depicting the design, lifestyle and luxury of Windsor. Consider it the ultimate second home inspiration."

"Find inspiration aplenty in a beautiful new interiors book."
The Gloss

Hadley Keller is a digital director at House Beautiful. She lives in Brooklyn.

Jessica Klewicki Glynn is an award‑winning photographer whose work appears in Architectural Digest, Milieu, Galerie, House & Home, Traditional Home and Coastal Living. Her books include Palm Beach Chic. She lives in Palm Beach and Kilmovee, Ireland.

James Reginato is a writer at large for Vanity Fair, a contributor to Sotheby’s Magazine, and former features director at W. He lives in New York City.