Key Largo ResidenceBeach Style Family Room, Miami
The client was referred to us by the builder to build a vacation home where the family mobile home used to be. Together, we visited Key Largo and once there we understood that the most important thing was to incorporate nature and the sea inside the house. A meeting with the architect took place after and we made a few suggestions that it was taking into consideration as to change the fixed balcony doors by accordion doors or better known as NANA Walls, this detail would bring the ocean inside from the very first moment you walk into the house as if you were traveling in a cruise.
A client's request from the very first day was to have two televisions in the main room, at first I did hesitate about it but then I understood perfectly the purpose and we were fascinated with the final results, it is really impressive!!! and he does not miss any football games, while their children can choose their favorite programs or games. An easy solution to modern times for families to share various interest and time together.
Our purpose from the very first day was to design a more sophisticate style Florida Keys home with a happy vibe for the entire family to enjoy vacationing at a place that had so many good memories for our client and the future generation.
Architecture Photographer : Mattia Bettinelli
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The homeowner loves to watch sports, especially football, and his youngest son adores cartoons, so he had Granda add two flat-screen TVs to the wall so they could both watch their favorites at the same time. Two custom 15-foot-long leather sofas are positioned back-to-back so guests can either watch TV or talk to people on the other side of the room.