This home was designed for a couple who, as well as loving modern architecture, own a general contracting and pool-building company.
The clients travel regularly to the Tulum area of Mexico where they experience a plethora of great modern architecture. They had many ideas and inspiration photos to share with the architect during the design process.
They wanted a large open living and kitchen, which in turn, opened up to the pool deck and outdoor living area - the most important area to him.
Upstairs bedrooms are modest in size while the master suite features larger spaces, including a his-and-hers bathroom which ensures privacy (something we are seeing more requests for).
The kitchen’s simple arrangement masks a multitude of hidden appliances, as well as a walk-in pantry and a small office for her.
Since he also collects cars, the large garage provides ample working space as well as storage space. The entry sequence features a modern porte-cochere which is asymmetrically supported in the tradition of Frank Lloyd Wright.