The façade on this modernist residence appears to be stripped of any ornamentation, except the detail of limestone jambs and sills around the windows and doors. Harrison Design employed the classic H layout, with the central crossbar serving as the main living pavilion. With pale oak floors and white walls, the home is a minimalist backdrop to the clients’ modern art. Matching fireplaces balance the combined living room-dining room with the double-height ceiling accentuating its horizontal planes. The kitchen opens to the family room. Throughout the home, large glass doors pivot and slide open to the rear courtyard and swimming pool.
Photographer: Peter Vitale
Interior Design: DAX Design