The house is situated on a 1 acre lot on the Atlantic Ocean in Abaco, Bahamas. It is designed with large covered outdoor living spaces (including stone terraces and pool) integrated into the plan to take advantage of the grandeur of the natural setting. The site plan allows for an informal layout following the natural contours of the sloping site, with the added benefits of sweeping views and predominant breezes. The house is oriented toward the east along with most of its windows and porches, while the western side serves as the entry point to the house with sunset views toward the bay.
In addition to the exterior rooms, the house has five bedrooms and five baths with a separate wing for guests, and a kids wing with a sleeping loft. The lower level of main house consists of the entry hall and a master bedroom suite. The upper level includes living room, dining area and kitchen as one open space and a private study.
The house will utilize materials consistent with traditional Bahamian architecture including wood shutters and trim, horizontal siding boards, metal roofing, and a stone base.