Pass-A-Grille Boathouse

Located on the main road into town, keeping the historic neighborhood scale was paramount - so we developed a split-level plan. The Key West style helped achieve a more grounded feel while providing deep overhangs for shading and character. Low-maintenance and storm-proof materials and techniques were employed throughout, as were the vernacular proportions and details. With the help of Jeff Wolf Contracting, Inc., the home is certified Energy Star® and GOLD by the Florida Green Building Coalition, and achieves a HERS index of 60. Furthermore, the design was chosen for the AIA's 2009 "40 Under 40" competition and is featured in Bay Magazine's February 2011 issue.
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“Keywest office” — thomasdean
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“THE dining toom that we want” — Shelly Stein
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“Fl home Pass-a-grille Fl” — asculbert
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“windows” — Latori Easterling
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“French doors” — julievespo
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“porch idea” — sheba1967
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“Colors” — lidror
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“Clean lines, white, but still not, harsh.” — Lance LaPointe
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“paint color” — eprice25
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“painted vanity” — Gioia Bliss
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“ceiling” — mimehof
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