Isle of Capri

Located on its own island with a small land bridge, this petite 1600sf, two bed, two bath residence has been thoughtfully designed in response to its natural environment.

The placement and small footprint were meticulously positioned in order to fit within setback requirements from wetlands, buffer zones, base flood elevation and dimensional restrictions of zoning. The house is seamlessly integrated within the context of the site given the highly restrictive limits set by environmental zoning.

KITE organized plans around carefully placed sightlines and views to the exterior for an expansive experience that makes the space seem bigger. The orientation maximizes unobstructed views of the water while precluding the sight of adjacent developed riverbank areas to the west of the property. Mature landscape acts as a buffer to the roadway.

Drone Photo Credit: Jeff S. Fannon