This new residence on Jupiter Island, FL, will offer all the comforts of a vacation home, while respecting the design traditions and practicalities of the tropical environment. The layout of individual volumes provides natural light and ventilation throughout each living space, while creating separate outdoor rooms to enjoy the environment year-round. The concrete tile roof reflects the vibrant sun, and the generous overhangs effectively manage the abundant storm water. The building structure, including all windows and doors, is designed to withstand 160 mph hurricane force winds. The interior finishes include native materials, such as pecky cypress. The high-efficiency mechanical equipment and Energy Star-rated appliances will offer the highest levels of performance.
Bill Bickford, Garrett Harabedian