Designed by architects Alfred L. Klingbeil, John and Coulton Skinner, R. F. Ware, and Robert Law Weed, Coral Gables' Italian Village may be the least exotic of the seven. After all, what you're looking at is basically Mediterreanean Revival, the prevailing style of Coral Gables. The Villages were meant to display a range of architectural styles and inspire a breadth of architectural expression in the Gables, so having at least one village similar to Coral Gables' already prevalent style might not be all that surprising. The village consists of seventeen homes inspired by Italian farm houses.
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