A symphony of style

A new home pushes the boundaries of traditional building ideas—and the result is spectacular

This kitchen design allows ample space for preparing and cooking. Exposed wood beams and a mixture of art form a unique space. Chad Carter hand-carved the kitchen cabinet fronts.

This second floor master bedroom offers fantastic views of the courtyard’s water features and garden.

Extensive woodwork flows around this home, enhancing the wrapping concept and adding a contemporary feel.

The open plan of the first floor living spaces adds to the contemporary look seen throughout this home.

Tom Marino of Edinboro Hardwoods worked with the architects of this home in creating the magnificent staircase.

A trio of lights dangles over this home bar. Just steps away, a pool table beckons guests to come and play a game.

The split concept was mimicked in the spa. Matt Roule designed the Ross logo that appears in many ways around the home.

Maplewood stringers support the 3-inch thick mahogany cantilevered treads of this amazing three-story spiral staircase.

Every room in this home highlights the owner’s vast art collection, mixing traditional French Country style with modern undertones.

The home wraps around the courtyard in the shape of an upside-down U. The dining room and den flank each side of the courtyard and have an open feel.

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