Jonathan Parks Architect company introduced the Light Box House project in 2015. This is a house, located at Sarasota city, Florida (the USA), which has 343 sq. meters. It stands on a small land parcel of Lido Shores coast, which has a favourable location between the large Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay and is surrounded by water from several sides. Due to such unique location the owners have the possibility to be day-to-day delighted with the picturesque views. However, they wanted not only to enjoy the nature beauty, but to create the connection between the house and water. Therefore, the main point of this house is an outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by the main zones: living room, kitchen, library, owners` bedroom and open terrace. There were other challenges set at the house planning. Thus, the owners wanted this house to be performed in minimalism style. As a result, the house became opened, spacious and airy and perfectly meets the privacy requirements. The special atmosphere and colour palette is created due to open door passages, numerous vision points and natural light, which enters the room via big windows and small horizontal window openings above. Yet the most challenging task was to allocate the house at a strange angled land plot. In order to widen and open the main functional zones, the secondary ones, namely the cabinet, laundry, library and upper terrace, were placed at the remote part of the house.

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