In this 1990 five bedroom and five bath beachfront penthouse condominium, Theory Design was tasked to realize the true potential of the dated interior spaces and the awkward original layout. Maximizing the Gulf waterfront views, especially the stunning sunsets, was also of most importance.
Theory Design has now transformed the penthouse and is both visually stunning and ergonomically efficient. The layout and architectural details lend the space a modern edge while the wooden elements and finishes provide a warm, inviting, and livable feel. Elegance, comfort and flexibility are considered in the furniture selections that feature a soothing, yet timeless, muted neutral color palette. The entire space is grounded with rich, dark wood grains that are found in the cabinetry, built-ins and panels constructed with exotic fumed eucalyptus wood. Every experiential and creative decision culminated into a spectacular modern yet timeless design.
Special mention goes to the General Contractor, Chris Covelli, with Mike Vitte Construction in Naples. https://mikevitte.com/ Credit also goes to Adi Selfollari, with Architectural Wood Expressions, who did the exceptional wood work on the cabinetry and built-in features throughout the residence. https://archwoodex.com/