Sea and Sun ... My inspirations,
Water and Light(ness) ... My tools.
The result is a unique blend of modern architecture with a Japanese Zen influence in a beautiful setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the exclusive Town of Golden Beach.
From the moment the custom made gate automatically opens, you realize the splendor and unique design of this residential house. Strategically placed landscaping mixed with paver walkways, pebbles and light screens give a feeling of vastness, yet intimate spaces.
Reinforced concrete and Impact windows are intimately intertwined to give a feeling of transparency mixed with sturdiness. Huge open volumes give way to cozy open spaces with views onto a magnificent Japanese reflecting pond and a one of a kind see through infinity edge pool with a waterfall cascading down from the master bedroom balcony into the pool and Jacuzzi.
Terraces, balconies and patios encircle the house. No matter the time of day, you can always find the perfect place to be in the sun or shade with incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean, the pool, or the gardens.
Curl up with a relaxing book or paint on the third floor art studio with plenty of natural sunlight yet hidden from its direct rays.
The third floor terrace is an astounding 3500 square feet with plush artificial grass overlooking the Blue Ocean of the Atlantic and accessed by the private elevator or stairs. A magnificent room overlooks this grand terrace which can be used as a Master bedroom with his and hers grandiose bathrooms and closets or keep it as an intimate den for entertaining.
The 1000 square feet second floor covered balcony, also groomed with plush artificial grass, overlooks the garden and is perfect for those needed quiet and relaxing times. The master bedroom balcony has a unique pond area which can be lowered, at the push of a button, to access your lounge chair overlooking the pool and waterfall.
This incredible house, with all of its windows strategically placed, is very luminous but always has special features to keep it cool through its large window openings, overhangs and most importantly, by avoiding direct sunlight penetration of the Florida sun into the warmest exposures of the house.