Architectural Digest - not as a feature but the house was used as a backdrop in an ad campaign. I'm buying what they're selling!
Rome Prize in 1915 and that shows clearly in this commission as well as in much of his other work.
Hentz, Reid, & Adler and became partner while designing the Swan house for Edward and Emily Inman in 1927, afterwards known as Hentz, Adler, & Shutze.
Shutze also designed the formal gardens and landscaping which feature garden rooms, fountains, and enfilades similar to the Italian gardens he so loved.
This is why I'm always in favor of a classical education in whatever field you study. You can't change things without understanding a bit of the past. Don't forget Picasso and all of the great early modern artists were classically trained. These artists expanded upon an ideal -they didn't reinvent the wheel.
Don't miss the amazing marble starburst floor. The HVAC vents are cleverly hidden within the pattern taking the place of the dark stone.
Separation of church and state or rather of staff and family. Legend has it however that Mrs. Inman would not let family or staff use the main stair for fear of it looking 'worn'. Everyone democratically used the backstairs here!
Waterworks still sells similar fixtures.
Swan House. If you find yourself in Atlanta definitely take the time to stop by, I suspect you'll love it as much as I did!