FOR ARTISTS, it takes a lifetime of seeking truth and beauty to discern the right time and place to manifest truth and beauty in form. To translate truth and beauty in functional architecture sited in perfect harmony with surrounding nature is usually a feat reserved for genius.

Such is the case of “South Wind”, a lifelong oeuvre of Robert Hill. A Boston gentleman and esteemed designer with international sophistication and historical acumen, Robert Hill was a protégé of Billy Baldwin. A Classicist in nurture, a Romantic by nature, Robert Hill, in collaboration with his architect Jim Gage, created a timeless font of Classicism, European odes, and Newport essence in “South Wind”.