Addison Mizner, Architect (1872–1933) Addison Mizner was the leading architect not only in Palm Beach, but also in Florida. During the 1920s, he was credited with introducing the Mediterranean Revival style to Palm Beach County which continues to define its aesthetic. The workshops to construct his design elements became Mizner Industries, Inc., then one of the largest manufacturing firms in Palm Beach County. FLOR500, Garden 447
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Addison Mizner, Architect

(1872–1933)

Addison Mizner was the leading architect not only in Palm Beach, but also in Florida. During the 1920s, he was credited with introducing the Mediterranean Revival style to Palm Beach County which continues to define its aesthetic. The workshops to construct his design elements became Mizner Industries, Inc., then one of the largest manufacturing firms in Palm Beach County.

 


 


 



 

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