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 HARBOUR RESIDENCE  Venetian Way, Miami 2017  Conceived as a spine, a mesh and a spiral this home for a French family in Miami has a central core 18" wide by 100' long by 25' high of corten steel that dominates the entire massing from front to back, it divides and unites, it shadows and it emanates light. The supporting element of a classic yet redefined mashrabiya on the street facade allows for sequestered but still filtered view of the street. The rear spiral stair is modeled after a conch shell that brings circulation from the master spa area to the roof terrace and is in itself a sculpture to an otherwise minimal water façade. Internally the home is a complex hierarchy of spaces, private and public and all hung from and oscillating around the central steel core and two courtyards one representing water, reflection and absorption and one representing terra firma, flora and contemplation. The plumbing fixtures, kitchen, wardrobes, and integrated millwork are imported from Italy.