The idea behind the design of the house was to create a setting that encouraged interaction among the family members and steered them toward a more unassuming relaxed lifestyle. From the outside the house looks barely spectacular but surprises you with a fascinating blend of and on the inside.
This gorgeous cabin is a wonderful blend of both rustic and modern styles. Crafted using reclaimed materials the natural textures inside create a warm inviting setting. Designed by Walton Architecture and built by Greenwood Homes it sure offers an idyllic expansive getaway!
Waking up each morning to the sight of a lush green canopy and the early morning frenzy of birds just outside the window is indeed a great way to start the day. The private residence nestled in the gorgeous in promises all this and a whole lot more as it brings the outdoors inside. Designed by J.C.
A beautifully curated garden leads the way to the grand private entrance of the house. Architects used a mix of Brazilian Ipe wood and glass to shape the exterior of the residence while aluminum louvers were used to keep out the harsh Miami sun.
The cabin still stands proudly on the island today with a small stone wall around it and while the 97-year-old designer has cut back on summer visits to the retreat his family still values it incredibly! With majestic cathedral ceilings a large glass wall that brings the outdoors inside and warm wooden surfaces the cabin was inspired by Risom’s early life in Denmark and its idyllic summer homes.