NEW YORK - This April, Sotheby’s, along with Sotheby’s International Realty and in association with Architectural Digest, will present its second annual Designer Showhouse, where fourteen interior designers will each design a room using a diverse selection of fine and decorative art in one of Sotheby’s museum-quality gallery spaces. In celebration of the event, Sotheby’s International Realty is proud to present a curated collection of incredible residences for sale designed by members of Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100, its biennial list of the world’s preeminent architects and designers. Homes designed by members of the exclusive AD100 offer the opportunity to live in an extraordinary space designed by the men and women who are shaping the way we live – one building, one house, one room at a time.



Central Park West, Manhattan, New York

Shelton, Mindel & Associates – listed numerous times by Architectural Digest’s AD100 – brought their refined sensibilities to the recent renovation of this rare five-bedroom home in one of Manhattan’s finest prewar buildings. $42,000,000



Conyers Farm, Greenwich, Connecticut

At the heart of this 30.97-acre compound is a sophisticated country estate designed by the influential Alan Wanzenberg, who was included on Architectural Digest’s 2014 AD100 list of the world's best interior designers and architects. $27,895,000

 


Egypt Lane, East Hampton, New York

Architect Alexander Gorlin, recognized on Architectural Digest’s AD100 every year since 2000, is recognized for splendid private residences such as this one. The main house of this East Hampton compound has an open layout of enchanting rooms leading to broad verandas and beautifully landscaped grounds. $13,900,000