- Bedrooms: 6
- Bathrooms: 12
- Size: 12,985 sq. ft.
- Lot: 1.12 Acres
- Built: 2008
Architected as a complex composition, reminiscent of the canvases of Georges Braque, this 12,985 sq. ft. luxury waterfront residence in Seawall’s Point, Florida was created with geometric forms that appear and disappear in a constant dance of illusion and materiality orchestrated to conceal and reveal dramatic views to the water.
Comprising a series of distinct, yet interlocking rectilinear volumes conjoined by a transparent longitudinal axis, the residence surprises and delights by skillful interior and exterior framing.
Whether allegro, andante or largo, the varied rhythms of the internal structure are adroitly composed. Denizens move with leisure or efficiency, depending on need and mood. Interior spaces are carefully arranged through a logical gradient from public to private space, from activity to slumber, from conviviality to introspection yet all connected to provide discrete access.
- Architect: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects
- Interior: Hughes Umbanhowar Architects
- Photography: Steven Brooke