Gallery featuring images of the bright and bold Utopia project, a home designed by [STRANG] Architecture.
Welcome to our gallery highlighting the bright and bold Utopia home, designed by [STRANG] Architecture.
Located in the lush environment of Coconut Grove, Florida, this project was designed as a serious home for a serious art collector.
The white backdrop truly acts as a canvas, and the home itself is truly a work of art built for works of art. Its clean, bright, open design scheme is inviting and is perfect for showcasing
This home is a striking, light-filled gallery set amidst the temperate landscape.
The calm and minimalistic spaces provide an appropriate atmosphere for the owner’s collection of architectural photography, video installations, and other cutting edge art pieces. The Wall Street Journal featured the home in 2009 to coincide with Miami’s Art Basel convention.
There are several recurring standout details to note as you browse this gallery, including the mixture of seamless glass and white surfaces, high contrast bursts of metallic textures, and full height glazing wrapping the entire structure.
The white backdrop acts as a canvas, and the home itself is truly a work of art. Its clean, bright, open design scheme is both aesthetically appealing and inviting.
We hope you enjoy this bright, bold modern home from [STRANG] Architecture!
The open-plan, two-story living room centers on a large L-shaped sectional in bright white, hugging an immense metallic coffee table. Loft-style second floor space overlooks the room, with seamless glass walls for safety and clear visual space.
Reversing the viewpoint, we see the sectional as an oasis of comfort on a sea of large format grey tiling. The cozy dining room space sits at left, while the entire area is sunlit via full height glazing on both stories of the home.
Viewed from the upper floor through a low glass wall, we see the expansive nature of the open-plan design, bleeding into the outdoors through the exterior glass. Ceiling is dotted with precision embedded lighting for subtly powerful illumination.
This corner of the home highlights some of the collection of gorgeous artwork seen throughout the interior. A modern lounge chair with matching ottoman in caramel tone stands beside a full height window with custom floor lamp.
The kitchen stands apart with sleek stainless steel throughout, including the massive island at center. Island features built-in sink, range, and space for dining, with red-accented wireframe bar stools for seating. The lush greenery surrounding the home fills the visual space, courtesy of full height glazing.
In this intermediate space, we see one of many art prints on the wall, a large portrait offering a burst of color amidst the cool neutral tones of the home.
The bathroom displays an unabashed progressive style, with floating dual vanity in glossy white holding a pair of cubic vessel sinks. Wall-mounted faucets and sleek mirror strip enhance the modern appearance.
Doors to water closet and shower features two contrasting tones of smoked glass, a unique addition to an already striking bathroom.
Here we see the doors open, revealing yet more artwork.
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