Monday, September 19, 2011

Design Vision

Our architect, Mark Smith understood the constraints of the two lots on Calle Miramar. His vision began to form as he manipulated what would be acceptable and meet code requirements for square footage and set backs. Those were his considerations while creating interest in the architecture and interpreting the clients needs and their own vision.

It is a unique gift to have a vision for design. Vision encompasses the entirety of the project. I understand when clients make the statement they want to duplicate something they have seen in a magazine. It is my obligation to explain why we need to be creative and how they can make their own design statement.

Interior Design is a passion. And when it comes to new residential construction, I always begin with the hearth of the home - the Kitchen. If you are awestruck when you walk into a stunning kitchen, then you should be able to have that experience every day, in your own kitchen.

Designing a kitchen in a new home can be challenging. Although it is the perfect opportunity to create that dream kitchen you always wanted.

The focus for this kitchen is entertaining family and friends while enjoying the outdoors. By placing the dining area next to the pool, whether the Nana Door System is open or closed, the experience of outdoors will always be there. This casual contemporary design will be clean lines and acrylic finishes with dark stained rift cut white oak as a compliment.

Counter tops are Zodiac quartz and appliances are Wolf/Sub Zero stainless. The cabinetry is custom built by Busby Cabinets, a local Florida manufacturer.

As soon as I figure out how to download floorplans and elevations to this blog... or find the time to photograph all the product, I will continue these kitchen details!

In the meantime, the construction is coming along very smooth and organized. Just like it is supposed to!!



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