Florida Design Magazine, a publication dedicated to those who appreciate fine interior design, furnishings, architecture and a luxurious lifestyle, has featured D’Asign Source’s Breakwater project in their latest edition—The Art of Alfresco Living!
A complete design + build by D’Asign Source, Breakwater is a stunning 5,000-plus square foot home with a focus on outdoor living in Duck Key, FL. An excerpt can be found below:
Breakwater Home Stuns with Breezy Boutique Resort Style
A vacation home in Duck Key gives a multigenerational family a place to get away from it all and bond in style
Sometimes a piece of land and a family are just meant to go together. Such was the case for a family from central Florida and a waterfront lot in Duck Key. The family had owned a property on Duck Key for years, but they kept a close eye on this particular lot with oceanfront views and elbow room from the neighbors. “It seemed like every few years, the property would go up for sale again and again, at times with astronomical price tags. In January 2018, we decided to make a call to find out what they were asking; it seemed to be the right time,” says the client. “We leapt at the opportunity.”
The client hired D’Asign Source of Marathon and senior designer Destin Barkley. “Since they are truly a one-stop for everything construction in Monroe County, it really was a no brainer. You need a firm that can navigate the unique challenges and intimately knows the type of construction that will hold up to the harsh climate.” The decision paid off: Custom builds typically take two years, yet the D’Asign Source team completed the 5,000-plus square foot home within 12 months of breaking ground. Barkley also credits the client, who remained actively involved and available throughout the process…
Read the full article on Florida Design and be sure to pick up a copy of the magazine at Publix, Walgreens or your favorite newsstand through August!
Florida Design Story Credits:
Interior Design by Destin Barkley, D’Asign Source, Marathon, FL
Architecture by Matt Prince and Sarah Girard, D’Asign Source, Marathon, FL
Landscape Architecture by Nicholas D’Ascanio, D’Asign Source, Marathon, FL
Photography by Austin Follos Photography, Marathon, FL
Text by Lola Thelin