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 Located on a high promenade 800 feet above the Caribbean Sea, the 3,000 sf residence is a play of opposites. The epoxy coated steel girders and I-columns are juxtaposed against the natural Caribbean setting of tropical plants, rock, and vast skies. The plan is simple and straightforward. Based on a 4-square grid, the steel structural members provide the framework for the play of interior and exterior spaces. The ship-like detailing further blurs the distinction between industrial and residential architecture – a modernist approach. On the North and West facades, the steel-framed exterior panels are glazed with white ceramic tiles and stucco. Cantilevered window boxes are clad with painted stainless sheet metal.
       
     
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Virgin Island Residence
       
     
Virgin Island Residence

St. Thomas, USVI

 Located on a high promenade 800 feet above the Caribbean Sea, the 3,000 sf residence is a play of opposites. The epoxy coated steel girders and I-columns are juxtaposed against the natural Caribbean setting of tropical plants, rock, and vast skies. The plan is simple and straightforward. Based on a 4-square grid, the steel structural members provide the framework for the play of interior and exterior spaces. The ship-like detailing further blurs the distinction between industrial and residential architecture – a modernist approach. On the North and West facades, the steel-framed exterior panels are glazed with white ceramic tiles and stucco. Cantilevered window boxes are clad with painted stainless sheet metal.
       
     

Located on a high promenade 800 feet above the Caribbean Sea, the 3,000 sf residence is a play of opposites. The epoxy coated steel girders and I-columns are juxtaposed against the natural Caribbean setting of tropical plants, rock, and vast skies. The plan is simple and straightforward. Based on a 4-square grid, the steel structural members provide the framework for the play of interior and exterior spaces. The ship-like detailing further blurs the distinction between industrial and residential architecture – a modernist approach. On the North and West facades, the steel-framed exterior panels are glazed with white ceramic tiles and stucco. Cantilevered window boxes are clad with painted stainless sheet metal.

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