The design and scale of the home is well captured in this film that beautifully demonstrates the consistency between interior and exterior spaces, as well as the home’s luxurious connection with nature.
Located on the active Intracoastal waterway in Boca Raton, Florida, the home was designed to maximize the flow between indoor and outdoor spaces that capture the stunning views and respond effectively to the local climate.
All paths of circulation throughout the home converge in the center of the L-shaped property, bringing both the family and their guests together in the home's shared spaces. The kitchen, sitting room, dining area, and patio space all come together alongside a stunning infinity pool and spectacular views. This flow is designed to encourage multiple gathering and entertaining zones within the large residence.
A neutral material palette of natural stone, cedar accents and white walls help create consistency as indoor and outdoor spaces flow together. This minimal interior palette allows the lush natural environment, which surrounds the home, to pop.
Finish materials, custom millwork, furnishings and art were all drawn and/or selected by our team. These selections add textural layers to the project, emphasizing programmatic organization and help contribute to the clean, minimal aesthetic.
The waterfront property hosts four (yes, four!) custom pools. While the guest wing and the primary bedroom
suite each have their own private pools, the main communal pool is located just outside of the home’s active
gathering spaces. The rounded infinity-edge pool sits at the corner of the property and seems to blend into
However, the pièce de résistance is the plunge pool that cantilevers from the balcony above. The second story pool is wrapped in rounded aquarium glass that allows the family and their guests to see through the pool from the private bar area. A ramped water feature allows water to slide down a dark surface, which naturally heats the pool.
To accommodate our clients’ passion for entertaining, our team designed a private home bar that’s situated at the middle of the second-floor bedroom wings, which encourages gathering. The bar area overlooks the first-floor gathering spaces below and connects with the “floating” plunge pool.