Palladian-Inspired Villa on the Atlantic by Ike Kligerman Barkley
Jersey Shore, New Jersey, United States
Architectural firm Ike Kligerman Barkley designed this towering Palladian-inspired villa on New Jersey’s coastal Jersey Shore. The firm revealed in a lengthly Q&A with real estate website Curbed that the inspiration of the residence came from architect Andrea Palladio’s Villa Trissino in northern Italy. Ike Kligerman Barkley describes it as having an H-shaped floor plan anchored by a large room spanning the center of the house with a 16 foot ceiling constructed from hewn wood beams. A modern stainless steel and glass curtain wall separates the room from the adjacent loggias overlooking the front and ocean sides of the villa. Bedrooms and more private living rooms occupy the wings. The interiors were designed by Terri Ricci Interiors. Photography by Peter Aaron/ESTO. Be sure to check out a charming Arts and Crafts Cottage by Ike Kligerman Barkley that we recently featured.