Ocean Home

Oct/Nov 2015

Ocean Home magazine is for people who love the luxury oceanfront lifestyle, from home design and decor to world-class beach resorts, villas, hotels, and destinations.

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Designed by architect Ken Tate, Honored with the Shutze Award from the Southeastern Division of the Institute of Classical Architecture Timberlane, Inc. • 150 Domorah Drive Montgomeryville, PA 18936 • 800 250 2221 WWW.FINESHUTTERS.COM/OCEANMAG Available in Maintenance-Free Endurian TM and Premium Wood ou don't put just any shutters on a home such as this. You choose Timberlane. While most people love their look, to you, the beauty's in the details. In the clear, kiln-dried western red cedar. e mortise and tenon joinery. e copper capping to protect joints from moisture. e knowledge that their beauty will endure. And, that they are custom made to match the most exacting of standards and the most discriminating of tastes. Y Contributors MARY GRAUERHOLZ Mary is a freelance writer specializing in architecture, design, lifestyle, health and green home solutions. What home do you showcase this issue? A new home on Cape Cod that gives a playful twist to New England's classic Shingle Style (page 80). What do you love about this house? The nuanced beauty of Shingle Style mixed with striking modern details – a singular accomplishment. What's your personal home design style? I love the simplicity of clean lines and color, ideally with the occasional burst of the unconventional. CLAUDIA URIBE Claudia is an award-winning architecture, interiors, food and still life editorial photographer based in Miami, Fla. What did you shoot this issue? A contemporary home close to the Miami River by husband- and-wife architects Jacob and Melissa Brillhart (page 86). What do you love about this house? The lush tropical vegetation and minimalist style of the house, which feels very warm and organic due to the extensive use of wood. Your perfect ocean home would be…? On the coast of Bali, Indonesia, preferably on a high bluff with a morning view of the ocean and a sunset view from the bedrooms. J. MICHAEL WELTON Mike writes about architecture and design and publishes a digital design magazine at architectsandartisans.com. What have you written about this issue? Four unique homes by top architects Tom Kundig (page 74), Jim Cutler (40), Frank Harmon (52) and Jacob and Melissa Brillhart (86). What architectural style do you love most and why? In the 1920s and '30s, my grandfather designed beautiful Tudor Revival homes in the West End of Richmond, Va. Your perfect ocean home would be…? On Bald Head Island, N.C. It's accessible by ferry only, and the sole means of transportation is on foot, by bike or golf cart. J. MICHAEL WELTON PHOTOGRAPH BY CARL BOWER

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