Schultze and Weaver: Architects of the Resort
Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach
The “Roaring Twenties” were an era of grand hotel construction in the United States, and no architectural firm made a bigger mark in those years than Schultze & Weaver of New York. Between 1921 and 1931, the firm designed fourteen hotels—from New York City to Havana and from Los Angeles to Palm Beach, they were among the largest and most opulent of the time, and included the Waldorf-Astoria in New York, the Breakers in Palm Beach, and the Miami Biltmore in Coral Gables.
The Grand Hotels of Schultze & Weaver will examine selections from the thousands of drawings and other Schultze & Weaver items in The Wolfsonian’s collection, all produced from 1921 into the 1940s. Materials on view included design drawings, renderings, photographs, and rare publications.
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Mondays through Fridays
Palm Beach, FL 33480
(561) 832-0731 phone
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