By Holly – Classes: Bathroom, Hall and Entrance, Home, Kitchen, Staircase, Swimming Pool, Terrace
Completed in 2013, this 8,030 square foot home is positioned in Miami Seashore, Florida, USA.
This contemporary property was made to make the most of its excellent area.
The interior boasts an air of grandeur and the carved out staircase is one thing to be observed.
Fendi Residence by rGlobe architecture:
“Villa Fendi is conceived as a location of living the place the encounter of interior area subtly interacts with its stunning contextual setting. Positioned on a great deal with extremely privileged views and a fortunate orientation, the website itself grew to become the best design device as we constructed each area to uniquely acquire light and engage with the current landscape.
With a distinctly shaped whole lot opening in direction of the water, we worked to design and style exterior volumes and interior spaces that maximized the house’s connection to its outdoors while offering ideally distributed public and private spaces inside of.
A straightforward tectonic form was devised and oriented to maximize water views and terracing. Volumes of distinct program had been designed as extrusions or cantilevered objects to express notions of weightlessness while emphasizing connections to the outdoors.
At the 1st degree, a spacious Entry Gallery is developed as a obtaining area with carved out stairs to the second degree and views of the water. The Entry Gallery space prospects right to massive Living and Entertaining rooms that open up to a generous covered terrace with unobstructed water views.
Inside the second degree, a private living space serves as a place to gather and pause among Bedrooms, a Studying Terrace and interior entry to the Guest Suite. The Master Suite cantilevers some 17 feet over the backyard and in direction of the water. Its operable glass doors open up to merge interior dueling with exterior terracing while reaching out to glance at views of each Down Town and South Seaside from inside.”
Photographs by: Emilio Collavino