Florida-based Oppenheim Architecture just unveiled plans for Casa Playa - an oceanfront home in Golden Beach, Florida that has been put on the market for a whopping $36 million, even though the construction hasn't even started yet. The home boasts an energy-efficient green roof and three-story exterior green wall that will feature 25 different plant species growing around a spiral staircase. Once completed, it will comprise of eight en-suite bedrooms, 12.5 baths, eight garages and around 6,000 square feet of ocean-view terraces.
The building was designed for development firm Miami Golden LLC and acts as an expansive private retreat. This elegant resort-style living space boasts 6,000 square feet of terraces and a 5,000 square foot spa and fitness level. Inside, there is around 23,000 square feet of interior space all temperature controlled. It includes some of the basic amenities one could expect, like spa pools, sunken hamman rooms, an entertainment room with home theater, a safe room and a lap pool with a waterfall. Service quarters have a separate entrance and staircase access in the villa.
The home boasts an energy-efficient green roof and uses teak, oolite stone and glass. The exterior is complimented with a three-story “green wall” with 25 different pant species which will grow around a spiral staircase and a hydraulic elevator. The developer Jacob Abramson plans to break ground in 2015.