Totems Architecture's Casey Key Guest House Has a Neo-Retro Look

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 20, 2011 • References: totemsinc & whitezine
Despite the Casey Key Guest House's rugged wooden exterior, there is something almost futuristic about its curvaceous design. In fact, it has a bit of a neo-retro look to it, as though this is what the designers in the 70s would have imagined the future to look like.

Designed by Totems Architecture, the Casey Key Guest House is located in Florida. Like a giant cocoon surrounded by lush foliage and blue waters, its singular aesthetic will really wow visiting family and friends. Offering luxurious comforts, it is a bridge between contemporary styles and natural surroundings.

I especially like how the nature is embraced via floor to ceiling windows that makes it feel as though there is no beginning or end between the Casey Key Guest House and its environment. Stats for Curvaceous Cabins Trending: Older & Buzzing
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