Hughes Umbanhowar Architects designed the 'River Road House' in Sewall’s Point, Florida.
The stately residence features mahogany-framed windows, causing natural light to be reflected and refracted outward. The home, which sits comfortably on a two-acre plot of land, has forged an intimate relationship with the surrounding landscape. The architects designed the structure as a series of courtyards and cantilevered decks, ensuring dynamic views towards the southwest marina.
The interior parallels the exterior in terms of design. Inside, the architects employed a geometric aesthetic using rectilinear volumes. The project description states, "Positive volumes are balanced atop negative creating a heightened tension and intrigue. A glass-skinned through-way connects and distinguishes the two dominant volumes, or towers, capturing light and adding to the sense of interior capaciousness." Outside, the house is anchored by a complementing palette of glass, limestone and stucco.
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