This spacious house in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is an example of restrained simplicity. Not just because of the application of the internal finishes, the simple white walls or the exposed timber ceilings, but because of the volumes of space that interplayed between each other. A balanced combination of clean, modern materials and floor-to-ceiling windows invites the light to flow through the house. The architects worked on removing the boundaries between interior and exterior, allowing the internal spaces to flow into the external courtyards. The materials selected also offer an inside/outside connection like the wooden flooring which flows seamlessly from the interior to the terrace and marble finishing that could be found both in interior and exterior design.