When Gretchen and Mark Zyndorf decided to build their dream home. This 6,000 square foot contemporary beauty features floor to ceiling windows in much of the house which allow views of the lush landscape and delightful surroundings. The open floor plan is decorated in white with pops of color from gorgeous glasswork and vivid paintings throughout the home. Notable is a wall hanging in the dining room from Susan Beiner and the riveting painting from Per Fronth in the bedroom which was purchased at Art Basel, Miami. Fronth designed the Nobel Laureate scrolls used for the Nobel Prize. Unique treatments from the note chandelier to a fabulous stainless steel kitchen make this home a design paradise. Moving to the lower level is effortless with the in-home elevator. The partner’s desk and large gym make working in tandem so easy and the home features three outdoor entertaining areas for large party groups. The house is a designer’s dream – and a home that is perfection inside and out.
Changing communications with COVID-19 You’ve texted (and occasionally even Face-timed) your friends, children and grandchildren countless times, and perhaps you have participated in an occasional Zoom event. But those modes of communication just don’t replace the face-to-face time and personal contacts that have been removed from our lives due to the pandemic. But, technology may
After a lazy summer soaking in the sun, gardening and afternoon swims, let’s look forward to the joys of changing seasons. Approaching the time of pumpkin patches and chrysanthemums, cinnamon donuts and cider, changing leaves and crisp air — fall means a trip on the open road to witness the changes across the countryside. We
PESTO Pesto is the single best use of our huge basil plants! It is easy, delicious, and easily adapted. We are giving our basic recipe, suggesting changes and mentioning a few uses for Pesto. Recipe 2-3 big handfuls of clean basil leaves ⅓ C. Toasted pine nuts ½ C. Parmesan cheese 1 clove of garlic,
The desire to learn never really goes away, no matter how old you are. Whether learning and training in a new skill or simply finding out more about a new topic, human curiosity endures. Older adults have a plethora of ways to satisfy that urge— both at home and in the classroom. With a rise