SAOTA has accomplished a brand new venture in Miami, on the southern coast of the island of Dilido. The home spills out onto the longer, waterfront elevation and attracts on the jet-set life-style of Biscayne Bay, to evoke the expertise of being on the deck of a brilliant yacht. A number of occasions unfold on this versatile terrace whose defining attribute – the harmonious merging of inner and exterior residing areas – is a theme carried all through the home.
Entrance from the road, through the Venetian Causeway, is extra restrained; lush planting skirts a beneficiant in-out driveway, and a collection of wall planes and volumes, held collectively by a curved display of etched glass, sign a grand, double-volume entrance corridor. As soon as inside, the splayed nature of the location turns into obvious as plenty of programme pull aside to type a dramatic canyon whose quantity frames the view out into the bay. This central void is animated with intentionally sculptural components and artworks – together with a daring spiral staircase, and a collection of bronze screens which grasp from the ceiling to create a double peak eating room, and separate kitchen and household house from the extra formal leisure areas to the East.
SAOTA is liable for the architectural and inside structure, working with KKAID because the on-the-ground architect of file and Brodson as the development firm. Lux Populi from Mexico has been introduced in as lighting specialists whereas Miami movie star landscaper Raymond Jungles has created one other panorama masterpiece. Lynda Murray is the inside designer who has seamlessly merged the architectural options bringing the palettes and textures into the inside decor.
Images: Adam Letch