TAVERNIER DRIVE

RESIDENCE, 2005

Simple, earthy and removed form the street, it reflects the modesty and need for privacy of its owners. 

This house and artist studio longed for open, indoor-outdoor spaces that opened to the seaside embracing the ocean, the park and the views.

A mix of Floridian, Caribbean and Latin American influences compose the design: The house is lifted upon a colonnade holding up two large exposed concrete volumes that make the house. The ground floor instead of being a garage and storage becomes an open tropical plaza providing refuge from the sun allowing the breeze pass by.
Wide vertical slats of Brazilian Ipe wood conform and furnish the space.

 
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