Residence in Miami by Max Strang Architects

Located in Miami’s oldest neighborhood, the residence was constructed in the 1980’s and is surrounded by flourishing tropical gardens.  The house had experienced two prior renovations and was quite mature for a design overhaul. The new design of residence takes full advantage of the amazing garden views.  It is remarkable that the contemporary exterior of this residence served as a great catalyst for a more updated modern interior.

It’s quite a big residence. It has large and spacious rooms that give you plenty of space to decorate them in any way you want. The bathroom is particularly big. It’s decorated in a very simple and practical way, plus it’s all painted in white which creates the impression of a larger space. Actually, the whole house is painted in white. The walls are all white and the furniture is completely white, with the exception of some accent pieces, like the red chairs or the wood beautiful table.

The kitchen is not separated from the rest of the house as there is no separating wall between the rooms.  This is a trick seen especially in small apartments or houses, to enlarge a little the usable space. Here it’s not the case, but still, the image is beautiful and modern. As for the outside design, the residence also has a nice pool and is surrounded by beautiful natural elements.

Published by in Architecture, on September 14th, 2009


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