The houses of Sutton Place represent the first milestone in Mott Schmidt's career.
A masterful assembly of a series of cottage-like elements in an offset, interlocking block along the shore.
Schmidt's largest apartment house stands proudly among upper Park Avenue's distinguished palaces.
One of a series of period revival theme villages, French City Village is a semiurban enclave which anticipated the "townhouse" developments of the 1970s.
Schmidt's creative watershed, 1926, culminated in the building of his own country house, whimsically named from a children's book by Rudyard Kipling.
Schmidt's Astor patronage produced this fine colonial revival country house for Ava Alice Muriel Astor, Vincent's eccentric sister.