November 24, 2014

Style and Design

Cutting Edge Architecture: Lighthouse Point house

Designed by architect Jeffrey Silberstein

Patti Roth | 11/1/2010

Lighthouse Point - Pie a la Abode - Architect: Jeff Silberstein - Architect: Jeff Silberstein
[Photos: Silberstein Architecture]

A cul-de-sac lot along the Intracoastal Waterway prompted Delray Beach architect Jeffrey Silbertstein to design this Lighthouse Point house in the shape of a slice of pie. The two-story glass triangle is designed to maximize the scenic vantage point. Adjacent to the triangle is a square portion of the house, where guest bedrooms are located. Between the triangle and square segments of the 6,000-sq.-ft. home is a V-shaped glass-enclosed stairway that rises above the home’s roofline, providing a sculptural element that glows at night. Other highlights include a pool that stretches 75 feet and a canal-like water feature that follows the line of the house — indoors and out — from front entry through the stairway area toward the waterway.



Lighthouse Point - Pie a la Abode - Architect: Jeff Silberstein

Lighthouse Point - Pie a la Abode - Architect: Jeff SilbersteinLighthouse Point - Pie a la Abode - Architect: Jeff Silberstein

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