Minimalist to the max

Spacious new home glows with modern appeal

The materials, colors and clean lines of the home’s exterior are carried through to the interior as well. Jim’s Lamborghini Huracán looks right at home in its contemporary setting.

In the sleek kitchen, Audrey shares a moment with the couple’s 10-year-old daughter, Ansleigh.

Custom-made cabinets in quarter-sawn cherry blend beautifully with the sapele wood on the ceiling.

A pop-up television recedes into a custom-built cabinet when not being used in the great room.

A panel of the same black granite framing the bath tub introduces the transition from the master bedroom to the master bath. Artwork left to right: Selene & Endymion by Kendric Tonn, Male in Red and Black by Kendric Tonn.

This stunning view of the rear elevation of the home at twilight, clearly shows the parents’ wing to the left and the children’s wing to the right, with the great room and kitchen area in the central space.

White walls of the great room provide the perfect backdrop for Mano No. 35a by Keiko Nemeth on the left and Jason Morgan’s This American Life on the right.

Raised planting beds sit on a washed stone plot that runs the expanse of the front exterior.

Mano No. 32, a 60” x 84” oil on canvas painting by Japanese-American, contemporary artist Keiko Nemeth hangs in the second floor hallway.

Above Jim and Audrey’s wing, floating stairs lead to an upstairs home theater and workout room.

Smart technology wirelessly controls ceiling lights, raises and lowers the television, locks and unlocks doors, as well as a myriad of other functions.

Spring Flowers #3 by Al Newbill is just one of the many pieces of wall art brightening up this home.

From the second floor, it’s easy to see the color-changing LED lights that frame the dramatic ceiling.

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