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THIS BRIGHT RED EXTERIOR GARDEN DOOR, PAINTED IN BENJAMIN MOORE’S “TOMATO RED,” PROVIDES A STUNNING POP OF COLOR THAT ENHANCES THE HOME’S CLEAN, MODERN AESTHETIC AND UPS THE CURB APPEAL OF THE HOME.
Photography by GREG WILSON

WHEN STEVE TETREAULT AND JOHN PIRMAN DECIDED TO BUILD A HOME in Sarasota, Florida, they turned to Michael Epstein of Seibert Architects, a firm started in 1955 by Edward Seibert, who had begun his architecture career working for architect Paul Rudolph. Epstein explains that the couple “wanted a modest-sized house that felt larger than its actual size, a house that was smart rather than expensive, and one that had a strong relationship to the exterior environment.” These goals fit very well with Seibert Architects and Epstein’s own aesthetic, which “appreciates the honesty and directness that modern design brings to every problem or opportunity.”

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