Pine Tree / SAOTA

first_img Pine Tree / SAOTA Lux Populi United States Interiors:Nils SandersonLandscaping:Raymond JunglesCity:MiamiCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Dan ForerRecommended ProductsDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsText description provided by the architects. Open plan living and the ability to live in and through your home has inspired this transparent and easy-living family home. Set between the Indian Creek Canal and Pine Tree Drive in Miami’s historic Collin’s Waterfront district, the SAOTA-designed space is expansive and fluid – opening up to the activity of the canal when desired, or contained when privacy is needed.Save this picture!© Dan ForerSet on a strongly linear proportioned site, the building is porous, bringing the landscape and water bodies into the interior of the house to create a greater sense of space.Save this picture!© Dan ForerThrough the introduction of a number of introverted and extroverted courtyards, the house boasts views to the outside in two directions. These views are visible from almost any point in the house, creating a tangible and immediate relationship to the outdoors.  Save this picture!© Dan Forer“The design is as much about containment as it is about the views through the many living spaces, towards the Atlantic Ocean and world-renowned Miami Beach,” says SAOTA director, Philip Olmesdahl. “While the overall contemporary architectural design is a key focus of the SAOTA design team, the use and connectivity of the spaces is the primary driver – how the house lives.”Save this picture!First FloorSave this picture!Second FloorThe approach to living on the water is a unique Miami experience and something SAOTA sought to reinforce, in keeping with the continuous summers in Miami. In total, the size of the overall body of water on the site, is about half the space of the six-bedroom house.Save this picture!© Dan ForerOn arrival, a multi-purpose basketball court creates a buffer to Pine Tree Drive, offering a suspensive arrival experience as one enters into the grand, serene forecourt. On the opposite side of the property, to the back of the house, a pool pavilion provides a space for people to enjoy the immediacy of the water – both at the pool and at the waterway; an enclosed space offering an outdoor experience, while also allowing for privacy.Save this picture!© Dan ForerA great deal of time and effort went into the design of the pool courtyard,” says Mark Bullivant, SAOTA director. “Time was spent understanding the use of the spaces, including how and when the pool will be used. The outdoor area is animated by a series of events; whether that be the hot tub, BBQ, bar, or a two-storey waterslide. The waterslide forms a focal point at the pool pavilion and makes the space appealing for entertaining.”Save this picture!© Dan ForerNatural lighting plays a strong role in informing the design, with glazed openings to the side of the house flooding the interiors with natural light. The outdoor terrace is also designed to take full advantage of the Western sun, late into the afternoon.“Raymond Jungles’ relaxed, confident and freehand approach to landscaping resulted in a natural environment that truly reflects Miami. The integration between interior and exterior spaces allows lush greenery to invade the home in a structured way.”Save this picture!© Dan ForerThe concept of containment of the various living spaces is best embodied in the screens that cloak the building. Primarily born out of the functional need for privacy and solar control, their application evolved to something far more significant as punched anodised aluminium becomes architectural jewellery. The screens play with the character of light, heightening the experience of enclosure and transparency.Save this picture!© Dan ForerThe screens have multiple functions; in some instances they define spaces, as seen with the double volume nature of the entrance, and in others they facilitate the creation of private protected sanctuaries, as seen in the bedroom where the terraces can be screened in to become part of the room. Where the screens are iconic and loud, the finishes are assertive, but restrained. A key intent has been to implement a palette that is controlled and continuous – limiting the materials to a core few wherever possible. This ensured a cohesion between various spaces, creating a home that is refined and comfortable to live in.Save this picture!© Dan ForerThe interiors are designed in collaboration with Nils Sanderson. There is a refinement to the interior design of the home that subtly rouses all senses but leaves room for discovery. Serene and harmonious, the fluid finishes creates a sense of respite from the pace of city life. Warm tones are explored throughout the sun-filled spaces by using delicate manipulations of patterns and textures. This is complemented by unique lighting designed by Lux Populi. The designers approach keeps things calm and subdued, creating an effortless design. Singularity and warmth is achieved through various materials including the callacutta and limestone, the wood’s richness, texture and movement.Working with DVice as the architect of record and Brodson as the construction company, Pine Tree is SAOTA’s first project to be completed in Miami.Save this picture!© Dan ForerProject gallerySee allShow lessMatthijs la Roi and BART//BRATKE Design “Cultural Jewel” Concert Hall in NurembergArchitecture News3XN and GERNER GERNER PLUS Reveal Competition Design for Undulating Aquarium in ViennaArchitecture News Share Houses Pine Tree / SAOTASave this projectSavePine Tree / SAOTA Brodson Construction “COPY” Photographs Save this picture!© Dan Forer+ 18Curated by María Francisca González Share Architects: SAOTA Area Area of this architecture project Lighting Consultant: Area:  400 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2016 Year: center_img “COPY” Philip Olmesdahl, Mark Bullivant & Andrew Moerdyk DVICE Inc. – Dan Ritchie CopyHouses•Miami, United States ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/893056/pine-tree-saota Clipboard CopyAbout this officeSAOTAOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesmiamiMiamiUnited StatesPublished on April 23, 2018Cite: “Pine Tree / SAOTA” 23 Apr 2018. 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