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Tahiti Beach Residence by GAA Architecture / Interior Design

Tahiti Beach Residence by GAA Architecture / Interior Design

Tahiti Beach Residence by GAA Architecture / Interior Design

Tahiti Beach Residence by GAA Architecture / Interior Design

Tahiti Beach Residence
No residence better exemplifies the firm’s belief that architecture is not about a place, but a story that recalls the past and formulates the future better than our latest contemporary inspired home. Located in one of Coral Gables premiere neighborhoods, this 9,000 square foot residence draws much of its inventiveness from modern and traditional vocabularies indicative to tropical climates. The house compliments the existing typology of the distinguished neighborhood with a long formal drive and lush landscaping cradling the two story residence with large storefront windows, subtly highlighted with re-envisioned traditional details. In stark contrast, the rear of the house opens to sweeping views of the bay and downtown Miami in the distance, all framed by the two wings of the house. The most notable feature is the large swimming pool that slips underneath a line of bold rationalized Doric columns cantilevered over the water creating the sensation of floating out over the adjacent sea.

Tahiti Beach Residence
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