Centralize

& Blend


  • Project
    Angel Oaks Residence
  • Status
    Under Construction
    Complete
  • Location
    Miami, FL
  • Services
    Architecture
    Interior Design
    Landscape Design

“We understood the important role their art collection and furnishings played in their lives…we wanted to create spaces that thoughtfully reflected that.”

- Alexandra Mangimelli

[Centralize] with seamless blending of inside to outside.

• A daring span creates the perfect condition for “outdoor living”.
• Keystone and wood on both the interior and exterior create a seamless effect.
• A bold design to complement its sleek landscaping and surrounding garden.

The Angel Oaks Residence is designed on an oversized suburban lot only minutes from downtown Miami. It is organized around a centralized courtyard which remains open towards the landscape beyond. The courtyard contains a linear pool and accompanying terrace. Two distinctive wings are connected by a two-story bridge above the main living room.

“It was important that each space had its own personality…but it was also important the overall scheme maintained a certain flow and cohesion.”

- Max Strang

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Approaching the house, you’re greeted by large walls of split-face keystone that move their way into the house. While the first floor takes advantage of the deep overhangs and transparency for a blurring of the interior to exterior, the second floor takes a more exclusive approach. Wooden louvers picking up material cues from the interior and creating privacy for the four bedrooms and family room.

Project Details

  • Site
    1.5
    Acre
  • Size
    10k
    SF
  • STATUS
    Pending
    Complete
ARCHITECT

[STRANG] Design

INTERIOR DESIGN

[STRANG] Design

TEAM

Maria Ascoli, Viviana Conley, Catherine Crotty, Travis Harrison, Alexandra Mangimelli, Vanessa Artega Pena, Elizabeth Starr

LANDSCAPE DESIGN

[STRANG] Design & La Casona Garden

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

Contemporary Builders, Inc.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Kris Tamburello

ACCOLADES

Architectural Digest