The family’s 1920s Mediterranean-style manse is an eclectic example of the architecture found in Atlanta’s elegant Buckhead neighborhood.Vitra’s Slow chair sits in front of a powder-coated-steel bookcase made by Hill’s go-to fabricator, George Sacaris; it was originally built for the Houston house.
The gold (nonfunctioning) surveillance camera by artist Camp Bosworth in the stairwell previously hung in the glass entryway of the family’s former house in Houston.
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