- 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.
- Max Strang
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.
Maria Ascoli, Viviana Conley, Catherine Crotty, Travis Harrison, Alexandra Mangimelli, Vanessa Artega Pena, Elizabeth Starr
[STRANG] Design & La Casona Garden
Contemporary Builders, Inc.