1914 Havana mansion of the Marqués de Avilés
Banker Pablo González de Mendoza’s mansion
constructed in 1918 to the specifications of John H. Duncan
Former Presidential Palace in Havana
completed in 1920, designed by architects Paul Belau and Carlos Maruri
Architects Evelio Govantes and Félix Cabarrocas’s Florentine Renaissance–style mansion
for sugar-plantation owner Juan de Pedro Baró, built in the ’20s
1930 Edificio Emilio Bacardí, the 12-story former headquarters of the rum company
The U.S. ambassador’s 1941 neoclassical-style residence
designed by architects Paul Franz Jaquet, Leland W. King Jr., and Frederick Larkin.
The Y-shaped 1956 hotel-and-casino complex Hotel Riviera
was developed by American gangster Meyer Lansky
The Condesa de Revilla de Camargo’s ’20s mansion—now the Museo de Artes Decorativas
The dreaming waterfront residence in Seattle, Washington inspired by mid-century style is designed by Surefield. With modern structure...