Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine’s second yearly Southeastern Showhouse & Gardens unfolded on the grounds of a historic estate in Buckhead’s Kingswood neighborhood over April 20 to May 14, with proceeds benefitting the Atlanta History Center.
Originally designed by classical architect James Means, the circa 1961 home was transformed by architect Yong Pak of Pak Heydt & Associates, builder Michael Ladisic of Ladisic Fine Homes, landscape architect Richard Anderson and kitchen designer Matthew Quinn of Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio.
“This year’s showhouse casts a fresh, modern perspective on ‘Old Atlanta,’” says Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles publisher Gina Christman. “The historical aspect of the house, enhanced by inspired architecture and interior design, is further distinguished by our collaboration with the Atlanta History Center. ”
Take a look inside this year’s showhouse: