Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island – Casey Key House by TOTeMS Architecture

April 5th, 2012 by admin # Garden House Design, Home Design Ideas

This cool small beautiful guest house with beach view on a Barrier Island. This guest house for Casey Key House by TOTeMS Architecture. the guests house is set within a mature oak hammock along Sarasota Bay. The structure is inspired by the character of the live oaks, which have been shaped by the prevailing coastal winds from the west. Now look the Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island – Casey Key House with picture below:
Curved Glulam Pine Beams in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Loft Bedroom Design in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Cool and Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Bedroom Design with Curved Ceiling in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Natural Landscape in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Small Beautiful Guest House with Beach View on a Barrier Island

Natural Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Small Beautiful Guest House Description from the architect:

The Owner requested a design that was a “house in the trees”. A small program, including one bedroom, bath, living area with kitchenette, and a loft is organized to provide privacy between a neighboring property to the north, while offering broad views of the oak hammock to the south and west, and the intercoastal waterway to the east.
Curved glulam pine beams, which are anchored to the elevated concrete slab at their base, curve up and over the entire space, reflect the arching quality of the live oak limbs. Ship lap cypress siding is used to clad the exterior walls and the interior walls between the glulam beams.
Small Terrace Design in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Bathroom Design in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Wooden Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

Curved Wooden Ceiling in Small Beautiful Guest House on a Barrier Island

The Guest House design is intended to evoke an organic architecture that is influenced by, and reflective of its site. Small beautiful guest house on a Barrier Island: Photography by Greg Wilson, William Speer, and George Cott