Janoura House

Boca Raton, Florida
Year Built: 1983

This architectural design consists of a 6500 square foot residential house located within a golf course community. These clients were an adult couple with three young children relocating to Boca Raton, Florida from Trinidad. This architectural design achieved the desired outcome, a comfortable home with a bright and artistic exuberance with several social entertaining spaces.

Approximately half of the interior spaces are family-oriented and intimate.  The other half of interior spaces are more formal and more spacious. Interior spaces offer a stunning view of the golf course though a screened, multi-level terrace, including swimming pool and spa.

This architectural design offers sculpted white interior spaces and featuring brown marble floors, ledges, and built-in furniture. Beige wool carpeting, cool, off-white fabrics and various toned-leathers compliment a crisp, clean, and uncluttered architectural environment.

Multiple levels of coral stone walls and coral stone planters lead to the entrance through a tropical garden and provide a rugged contrast to the articulated, layered, stepping forms, and vigorous geometry above and within. The exterior of this architectural design offers articulate geometric forms as a reflection of interior spaces.

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