FLORDA DESIGN: Miami Edition
THE ANTITHESIS OF COOKIE CUTTER, A MODERN BALINESE-STYLE ABODE HEADLINES WARM WOODS AND COOL LIGHTING THAT INTRIGUES
“DEVIATION FROM WHAT IS expected is holistically essential when it comes to design,” Los Angeles-based interior designer Norm Wogan says. While he doesn’t spare ingenuity when it comes to any project, this one was particularly special. He has known the owners for 20 years. They’re like family.
Within the shady suburbia of Bay Harbor Islands, a quaint community separated from Miami’s mainland by a causeway, this home with exquisite views of the Indian Creek golf course is a cross section of Balinese style and contemporary design. And still, it easily incorporates 6,900 square feet of livable space fit for a family with children. “Each piece of furniture is purposeful and comfortable,” the homeowner says. “No space went to waste.” …