Designed in an artful composition, often in juxtaposition to its surroundings, their function emphasizes a broad expansion of glazing to create optimum view lines. Diverse in material selections, these homes imitate a style of design with an open, and seamless lifestyle.
Inspired by the traditional coastal regions along the Italian Mediterranean Sea. These homes are rich in texture, using a collaboration of regional materials including stone, granites, and clay. Can be associated to farmhouses as well as provincial estates. Often designed to include courtyards to extend outdoor living and if composed correctly they are timeless in Architecture.
Best stated as simple elegance. Its historical Spanish origins may come from Traditional, Colonial, Moorish, or Hacienda style. They are often translated by their white exteriors of soft plaster finishes, clay tile roofs, and formed to create beautiful courtyards and covered verandas.
The ability to modernize historical Architecture, by implementing advancements in materials and components. Allows for a venue of traditional architecture periods to conform to our modern lifestyles.
Associated with homes along waterways and coastal shorelines. Represented in a multiple of architectural styles, with the binding component being its contextual link to the water. Materials must be carefully considered due to the extreme exposure to the weather and its destructive elements.