With obvious influence from the Sarasota School of Architecture, this single story mid-century home is situated within the urban grid of Sarasota, Florida. The home was originally constructed in 1951 and underwent a major renovation in 2009.
Considerable effort was taken to renew the home’s original spirit of inside-outside living. The tops of wall were replaced by glass to allow daylight to penetrate the plane. Exterior walls were removed and garden structures were added to further define exterior living areas. The home has a full range of passive and active sustainable features.