There are houses whose walls are filled with art, and there are houses that are works of art themselves. Number 1175 is the pièce de résistance of Spanish River Road in Boca Raton, Florida. This smooth, modern and completely new building visually enhances not only its urban environment, but its natural environment as well.
Located in the renowned enclave The Estates, 1175 is the product of a collaboration between the architect George Brewer, the J.H. Construction Company, the celebrated interior designer Marc-Michaels and landscape architect Dave Bodker.
Made up of 10,876 squared feet, it boasts five bedrooms, five complete bathrooms and an elevator. This villa is not merely furnished; it is adorned with three 70-inch Sony TVs, avant-garde fireplaces and a fountain of volcanic rock.
The building’s esthetic juxtaposes contemporary shapes, natural details and the latest technology. The large gated motor court leads to coral-stone walls and oversized impact-glass windows, followed by a geometric pool and an outdoor fireplace for magical nights. At the end of the garden lies the Intracostal Waterway and all of the flora and fauna that call it home.