The Angelo Donghia/ Ron Chereskin / Howard Goldfarb Home. 74 Bay Walk. Est. 1964 – 2005. Like many designers who were drawn to the Pines designer Angelo Donghia was no
The Gifford, Wittstein, Miller, & Bromley house Est. 1963-1981. 519 Porgie Walk. Architect Horace Gifford’s (right) second house design for Robert Miller (left) and his partner Edwin Wittstein (not
1969. Jay Hyde Crawford home 266 Bay Walk. Architect Horace Gifford. Jay Hyde Crawford was a fashion Illustrator most famous for his design for department store Bonwit Teller. A
The TV house 1967. 142 Ocean Walk. Owners were Robert Miller (above) an art director & Edwin Wittstein a set designer, most notably for the Fantasticks. The original set designer,
Paul McGregor 1935-2013 On a random drive with his wife Paul McGregor discovered the Pines in 1961. He brought his creativity and spirit making his mark in Pines
The Calvin Klein House 1972. 566-67 Driftwood Walk. Fashion designer Calvin Klein 1977. 1972. Construction on the Sloan home. Norton and
The H House 1965. 523 Snapper Walk Four pavilions connected by an open air living area create the letter H. Situated on the eastern end of the Pines and
The Kodak House 1965 Horace Gifford Architect 482 Tarpon Walk. Created by architect Horace Gifford for Robert Evans and Dr.