Hissar

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  • Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing stone bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin and is the site for a new two-story house, two guest cottages and a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions.

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  • Site Plan

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • View From Bay

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • First Floor Plan

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Second Floor Plan

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Bay Elevation

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Kitchen Interior

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Dining Loggia

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Yoga Pavilion

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Pavilion Section

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Stone Bench

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Orchid Trellis

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Garden Folley

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Gym

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Cottage Plan

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an existing boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Cottage

    Located in Coconut Grove, Florida, the Hissar site is composed of two adjacent properties. One property consists of an existing Stone Bungalow from the 1800s with a pool and a lush mangrove forest. The second property has an  boat basin, and is the site for a new two story house and two guest houses, along with a carriage house. The building materials and the site plan of the house recall early XX Century pioneer Florida building traditions. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales