Miami’s Elegant Brillhart House Honors The Region’s Vernacular Architecture

by • April 26, 2015 • Architecture, DesignComments (0)3742

When designing this beautifully simple residence in Miami, the design team at Brillhart Architecture wanted to use it as an opportunity to honor the “seemingly forgotten American vernacular.” The one-story self-build project is adaptable to both the elements as well as the residents’ demands of privacy. With four sets of sliding glass doors and 100-feet of uninterrupted glazing, the home can be fully opened up to its lush natural surroundings. And for more secluded moments (or for protection against wind, rain, and sun) the wooden louvered screens can be closed. You can see more photos and learn more about the home by visiting BrillhartArchitecture.com. (Photos courtesy of Stefani Fachini)

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