A sustainable and environmentally friendly home in South Florida that has solar hot water and beautiful modern art.
Welcome to a special gallery featuring a breathtaking home in South Florida by KZ Architecture.
This sustainable home boasts rainwater and daylight harvesting, solar hot water, all native plants, and is on a water fill lot. The modern, light-filled home hosts a family of five and all their modern art and furnishings collected over the years.
The home’s design is a tribute to the Modern Miami movement, and is a scion of informal southern Florida living.
Keep an eye out for beautiful water feature details and an open-concept design that will knock your socks off.
This home is light, airy, and minimalist, with enough color and contemporary flair to fill the home with comfort and a sense of welcome.
We hope you’ll enjoy this beautiful family home located in Southern Florida!
Photography by Robin Hill
The front exterior of the home is a narrow covered walkway alongside the two-story section of the building. To the right is a two-stall garage.
A view of the front walkway at night, highlighting the simple, hardy landscaping and the stone wall along the right.
The simple foyer looks in on the wood and concrete staircase and modern art on the walls.
Immediately to the right of the foyer is the family room, with two modern light blue chairs and a series of floating shelves. The rear of the home is floor-to-ceiling windows that let in warm, natural sunlight.
A close up on one of the cozy and modern armchairs next to the floating shelves on the back wall.
One of the home’s bathrooms with a combination shower and tub and glittering orange, purple, and red glass mosaic tile on the back wall.
A white bathroom with a free-standing soaking tub positioned near an expansive window that looks out on the water. Sleek white tiles and vanity in white let the view take precedence over everything else.
The kitchen has an eat-in island and glossy white countertops on warm wood cabinetry. A pass through looks out on the family room.
A view of the entire kitchen, showing the stone accent wall on the right and the contemporary light fixture with a subtle pattern above the island.
Between the family room and the more formal living room is a small dining room with a large wooden table.
Beside the staircase is the navy and beige living room, with dark wood coffee tables and beautiful works of modern art, including sculptures.
The rear of the living room has a sliding glass door that leads to the backyard patio and infinity pool that seems to disappear into the body of water beyond.
In the daylight, the windowed rear extension of the home acts as a sunroom, with a lounge chair positioned at just the right angle for a cat nap in the sun.
A shot of the backyard’s infinity pool, with a cascade of water rolling off into a pool below, where it is recycled back into the infinity pool.
Tucked into a nook in the front yard is a beautiful zen pool with lilypads.
The pool is easily visible from the staircase, and provides a gentle sense of serenity.
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