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An Architect’s Own Tropical Refuge by Brillhart Architecture

By : Dennis Franklin | 19 Mar 2015 5:00 pm | Homes

The person in charge of the Brillhart Architecture practice designed a home for him and his family in Miami, Florida following the glass pavilion typology as well as the Florida Modernism aesthetic choices for an open and comfortable refuge. Spreading over a surface of 1500 square feet, the house has uninterrupted glass surfaces with four sets of sliding glass doors both at the front and at the rear to permit a complete integration with the outdoors when the owners want…




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