Modern Design in Florida

    We’ve gathered our favorite examples of modernism across the Sunshine State.

    In this family-friendly, LEED-certified house in Anna Maria Island, Florida, a 24-foot sliding glass door system leads from the great room out onto the balcony. Courtesy of Traction Architecture Originally appeared in Angular Modern Beach House in Florida
    In this family-friendly, LEED-certified house in Anna Maria Island, Florida, a 24-foot sliding glass door system leads from the great room out onto the balcony. Courtesy of Traction Architecture Originally appeared in Angular Modern Beach House in Florida
    Sarasota, Florida, is known for its well-preserved modernist architecture. Pictured is the Cocoon House designed by Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph in 1950. Courtesy of Greg Wilson Originally appeared in Midcentury Modern Architecture of Sarasota
    Sarasota, Florida, is known for its well-preserved modernist architecture. Pictured is the Cocoon House designed by Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph in 1950. Courtesy of Greg Wilson Originally appeared in Midcentury Modern Architecture of Sarasota
    An enclosed courtyard, bordred by ipe, is arguably the most distinctive feature of the house that the Phil Kean Design Group created for Adriana De Azevedo, Daniel Coelho, and their two daughters in Winter Park, Florida. Courtesy of Stephen Allen Photography Originally appeared in A Modern Home for a Design-Savvy Family in Florida
    An enclosed courtyard, bordred by ipe, is arguably the most distinctive feature of the house that the Phil Kean Design Group created for Adriana De Azevedo, Daniel Coelho, and their two daughters in Winter Park, Florida. Courtesy of Stephen Allen Photography Originally appeared in A Modern Home for a Design-Savvy Family in Florida
    When architects Melissa and Jacob Brillhart set out to design their new home in downtown Miami, they drew inspiration from Florida modernism and the dogtrot model to create a tropical oasis in the city. Lightweight shuttered doors made of western red cedar line the outer edge of the front porch, providing privacy and protection from the weather. Courtesy of Jacob Brillhart Originally appeared in A Miami Oasis Pays Homage to Florida's Rich Architectural Heritage
    When architects Melissa and Jacob Brillhart set out to design their new home in downtown Miami, they drew inspiration from Florida modernism and the dogtrot model to create a tropical oasis in the city. Lightweight shuttered doors made of western red cedar line the outer edge of the front porch, providing privacy and protection from the weather. Courtesy of Jacob Brillhart Originally appeared in A Miami Oasis Pays Homage to Florida’s Rich Architectural Heritage
    Cubicco, a Dutch prefab company based in Miami, has introduced these shelters can withstand Category 5 hurricanes, extreme heat and cold, ten-foot snow loads, and earthquakes. The starting price for a fully built 685-square-foot, two-bedroom model in the area is just over $115,000. Photo by Christoph Morlinghaus Originally appeared in Small, Green, and Mighty: Hurricane-Proof Prefab
    Cubicco, a Dutch prefab company based in Miami, has introduced these shelters can withstand Category 5 hurricanes, extreme heat and cold, ten-foot snow loads, and earthquakes. The starting price for a fully built 685-square-foot, two-bedroom model in the area is just over $115,000. Photo by Christoph Morlinghaus Originally appeared in Small, Green, and Mighty: Hurricane-Proof Prefab
    Source: Modern Design in Florida | Dwell

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