- Jader Almeida
- Raymond Jungles Inc.
- Felipe Ariano
The home’s design uses raw materials including exposed concrete, stone, and teak wood to express the ultra-modern rectangular forms, set within an authentically manicured natural site. A 1,800-square-foot covered terrace features a full outdoor kitchen and sunken living room. The surrounding landscape features a clean linear salt water pool positioned parallel to Indian Creek, as well as a natural swimming pool that measures 100 feet by 30 feet filled live fish. The lagoon also features an organic filtration system.
The interior program of the home is dictated by the second floor public living space, which frames a view of Collins Avenue and the iconic Eden Rock and Fontainebleau hotels, and boasts a rooftop terrace capitalizing on the same view. The ground floor features a string of four bedrooms, which open to the natural swimming pool and ends with a corner view master suite facing the water.
Visible from Pine Tree Drive and adjacent to the bedroom wing is a separate area of the home which can be used as an indoor half basketball court, entertaining hall for parties or art exhibit area. This room serves as the anchor of the house, cutting off the private experiences of the home from the street. A winding 200-foot bridge connects one from the front of the home to the rear.
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The home's modern exterior features glass, wood, and concrete.
An infinity edge pool and hot tub overlooks Indian Creek.
A 200-foot winding bridge connects the front of the home to the rear.
An outdoor kitchen and sunken seating area are hidden from direct sunlight creating the perfect entertaining space under the shade.
The outdoor kitchen is hidden by accordion style teak doors.
The living room features lots of seating for entertaining and unobstructed views of the water.
Spacious and bright, the kitchen features a large island with seating and opens up to the living area.
Teak wood and glass dominate the interior space of the home creating a mid-century modern feel.
Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open up to the water in the master bedroom.
An abundance of natural light peeks through the master bath.
A balcony off the main living room provides views of the pool, Indian Creek and Collins Avenue.
A secluded seating area features natural teak wood benches and a fire pit.
The home's roof boasts grass and lush landscape.