NeMo or New Modern is a sophisticated and luxurious home design by Phil Kean Design Group, that embraces the mid-century architectural inspirations of Wright, Rudolph, Schindler and Neutra to create a new modern classic in Winter Park, Florida. True to these mid-century design ideas, the house steps toward the corner following the lot’s topography and incorporates flat roofs and corner glass walls. Scale and design qualities were maintained while taking advantage of today’s technologies to fulfill the need for luxury and convenience. Exceptional features of the home include: an over-sized kitchen with wine storage; a luxurious owner’s retreat with large bath and separate steam and massage rooms; a saltwater aquarium; and separate media and game rooms. Finally, the use of natural materials, neutral colors, water features, and lighting achieve the client’s desire to keep the house warm and relaxed.
If you love the earthy color palette found throughout this home, here is a listed of paint colors that were used in this home, all from Benjamin Moore Paint: AC-3 TEXAS LEATHER, AC-2 BERKSHIRE BEIGE, 1564 BEACH GLASS, 981 WINDS BREATH,
HC-172 REVERE PEWTER, HC-82 BENNINGTON GRAY
The stone veneer panel system on the wall is from Realstone Systems and the color is Mountain Rust Ledgestone. The company sells their stone in panels that make the DIY process very simple. The hanging ceiling pendants can be found from here.
The cooktop uses a downdraft instead of a range hood. The light fixture above the center island can be found at Lightstyle of Orlando.
The stunning fireplace featured in this master bedroom retreat is by Ecosmart Fire.
I wanted to create a Resort-like Master Bathroom/Spa Suite which included lots of light, storage, and a connection to the outside”, said Kean. Kean simplified the palette and kept his building materials consistent to facilitate the circulation from inside to outside. Large rectangular travertine flooring tile runs throughout the interiors, across the lanai, and around the pool deck.
Rooms flow easily from one into another and massive sliding window walls disappear into pockets to transform the Master Bath/Spa/Pool areas into a single indoor/outdoor space. The volumetric manner in which the travertine was used above the tub, shower walls, and on the floor also helped to define the space. The natural light against the neutral grey and sand colors of the travertine provided warmth and consistency to create the harmonious and tranquil atmosphere.
Photos: Courtesy of Phil Kean Design Group
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