The historic Miami Woman's Club, a captivating Mediterranean Revival building built in the mid 1920s, was treated to a facelift in 2006 during Casa Decor. A handful of uber-talented designers were tapped to bring visionary appeal to the building, among them Jeffrey Thrasher, who built El Jardín where nothing existed before. The garden's allées led visitors through verdant foliage, past cascading fountains, into a world stippled with delicate water lilies and its very own looking glass.
The designer garnered the attention of Florida Inside Out Magazine's editors. "Jeffrey Thrasher created a wonderful garden with one of our favorite tricks: mirrors used outdoors to punch a hole in a wall of greenery, bring in more light and add interest," they noted.