- The Palazzo
- The Palazzo – Impressions & Public Areas Gallery
- Accommodations Gallery
- Restaurant and Food Gallery
- Wedding Gallery
- Special Occasions Gallery
When we fell in love with a Florentine palazzo sitting incongruously but beautifully on a private knoll. We believed that if architectural gems like Wheatleigh were allowed to vanish they could never be replaced. Our dream was to preserve and use this wonderful treasure in a way that would make it as relevant for this century as it was when it was built in 1893.
To the extent that we have succeeded, we owe a great debt to our architects, to an exceptional group of craftsmen, to a general manager, chef and staff who are beyond compare, and most of all to the many patrons who have supported Wheatleigh over the years.
Susan and Linfield Simon
Richard David Story, Editor-In-Chief, Departures
Architecture and design, in our practice, are integral disciplines. They are about creating environments for people, whether we are working on a giant commercial complex in Singapore or a Manhattan pied-a-terre. The challenge presented by Wheatleigh was to preserve and honor its original architecture without simply imitating the past. Our goal was to establish a new harmony of luxury, comfort and understated elegance from the grand entry to the extraordinary restaurant to the exquisite guest accommodations.
Tsao & McKown Architects