Spacious Skyframe – House & Home :: SRQ Magazine Article by Abby Weingarten

Situated along an arterial canal of Hen Important, this retreat was conceived as “a location for spouse and children accumulating though maintaining a potent perception of privacy,” says Mark Sultana, AIA, the proprietor of DSDG Architects. With 3,000 square feet, a few bedrooms, 3 bogs, and a den to assist the compact family atmosphere, it is as snug as it is exquisite. “As you tactic the site by a diligently manicured hardscape, the entry of the home is revealed by massive expanses of glass that highlights a floating staircase,” Sultana suggests. “Ascending to the most important living level, you turn into oriented to encounter the water sights from the dwelling area and kitchen area open up ground system.”

There are 14.5-foot-high ceilings, and the tall partitions of sliding glass blur the boundary concerning the interior and exterior of the property (bringing blue and eco-friendly hues as a result of the glass). The relationship to the water is reinforced by expansive balconies connecting the living home, kitchen and main residing suite. “The remaining two bedrooms are tucked powering the household area and offset from the most important region to produce privateness though highlighting framed sights of Sarasota Bay,” Sultana says.

Exposed concrete is paired with contrasting cleanse white stucco, and warmed with all-natural wooden ceiling things. The wooden carries from the outside the house to the within by way of operable glass walls, even though also warming the interior stark white kitchen area and walls. “Skyframe’s minimalist modern-day design and use of tall glazing properly situates the residence in its ecosystem,” Sultana states. “And it creates a peaceful retreat that blends livability and normal immersion.”

Architect: Mark Sultana, AIA NCARB-DSDG Contractor: Voigt Brothers Design Interior Structure: Mindy Voigt Kitchen area Cabinets: Principal Road Kitchen and Tub Lavatory: Ferguson Kitchen and Tub Carpets and Flooring: Sticks and Stones Landscape Architect: Mullett Brothers Pool: H2o Layouts of Sarasota Photographer: Ryan Gamma Pictures.