This ultra modern home plan was created to take advantage of panoramic water views afforded it from it’s placement on intersecting canals. Situated on a pie shaped “cul de sac” lot, this home design makes full use of every space.
With stucco and stone exterior accents, this striking home was also designed to be a “Net-Zero” home with flat deck roofs for solar panels and even a rooftop garden. The Altaira’s 5223 square feet of living area contains five distinct zones. On the main level is the great room, kitchen and dining in the first zone. On this same level a study that doubles as a guest suite, which is accessed via a glass breezeway. There is a mid-level zone over the garage that contains two guest suites and a sitting loft. Each suite has a private bath and balcony. The second floor contains a master suite zone. The master features a wrap around views, his/hers closets and a utility room. The last zone features a studio/exercise room that can easily be converted into another guest suite.
The distinctive entry has a skylit, stainless steel cable suspended roof that cantilevers out from home. The home features corner less sliding glass walls and floor to ceiling mitered glass thru-out. The roof deck with functions as a sundeck, living garden and solar collector utilizes stainless steel cable railing.
All the levels of the home are accessed via a central wrap around staircase with an elevator equipped core. This also ascends to the rooftop terrace area.
The Altaira was designed to be constructed mainly of concrete and steel for long term sustainability. This home has too many features to list here. Please contact us about customizing this striking home or perhaps creating a design from scratch. Whatever your home design need, we are ready to help.