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  5. Touzet Studio
  6. 2008
  7. Private Residence In La Gorce / Touzet Studio

Private Residence In La Gorce / Touzet Studio

  • 01:00 - 12 March, 2012
Private Residence In La Gorce / Touzet Studio
Private Residence In La Gorce / Touzet Studio, © Mark Surloff
© Mark Surloff

© Mark Surloff © Mark Surloff © Mark Surloff © Mark Surloff +17

  • Architects

  • Location

    La Gorce Island, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
  • Architects

    Carlos Prio-Touzet, Jacqueline Gonzalez
  • Area

    17871.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

From the architect. The Client brief included over 16,000 sf of program and the request that the plan organizationshould follow the basic layout of the 1926 Carl Fisher Estate, a property he had once owned. The program was divisible into three distinct groupings: a main house that contained the primary public and private areas; a guest pavilion; a service structure that contained servant quarters, garage, secure storage, mechanical rooms and power plant.

© Mark Surloff
© Mark Surloff

The main house consists of a large volume intersected by a number of variously expressed elements that house particular portions of the program: the master bedroom suite is housed within a cantilevered glass and stucco element that looks over a strip of private beach and the +110 foot reflecting pool (that contains a pool and spa). The family room fills a high-ceilinged glass and stucco wedge that hangs over the front garden.

site plan
site plan

he breakfast room is a glass box that extends beyond the main volume to capture views of Indian Creek and the morning sun. The main vertical element, at the core of the residence, is a 25’ diameter void that houses a partially suspended stair that spirals from a 9’ width at the ground level to a 3.5’ width at the roof garden on the third level.

© Mark Surloff
© Mark Surloff
Cite: "Private Residence In La Gorce / Touzet Studio" 12 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/214844/private-residence-in-la-gorce-touzet-studio/>
© Mark Surloff

La Gorce私人住宅 / Touzet Studio