This Asian contemporary residence was designed by Kirchhoff Architects in conjunction with Mary Washer Designs, located in Lost Tree Village, North Palm Beach, Florida. This sensationally designed home is nestled waterfront, where large expanses of glass soak in the tranquil views. Indonesian influences travel throughout the decor of this contemporary structure. Material elements used in the building process includes walnut, bamboo, cypress and coquina limestone to name just a few. Spacious and comfortable, the interiors seamlessly blend with the exterior living spaces which encompasses lush gardens, reflecting pools and natural swimming pool with a waterfall. The outdoor spaces have been designed by the talented landscape architect Raymond Jungles. Sustainable design techniques have been incorporated into the design scheme so that the clients can live in an environmentally friendly home, which seems in keeping with the soothing aesthetic of Japanese style architecture.
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Photos: Courtesy of Kirchhoff Architects
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