From designer Jae Omar and architect Eran Gispan... Designed and constructed with an appreciation for the past, a mindset in the present, and a vision for the future, ONIN represents the opportunity to occupy a truly exceptional work of art while experiencing the finest in luxury living. Located within the secluded enclave of Royal Oaks, this Japanese-inspired modern farmhouse plays on ancient philosophies, inspired design, and contemporary thinking to create a one-of-a-kind property. A traditional Japanese wood-burning process called shou-sugi-ban has been implemented to create the beautiful charcoal-toned wooden facade alongside hand-applied plaster work for added richness. Just past a water feature and 12-foot entry door, a double-height foyer features impressive bookmatched slabs of intricately selected marble, aptly named the Butterfly Pavilion. Solid wide-plank oak flooring spans the home while narrow handcrafted oak screening is stretched across the heightened ceilings and walls, camouflaging doorways and creating a sense of intrigue. Dual powder rooms strike thought, with one highlighted by a 4,500-pound boulder, repurposed as a statement vanity. The ground level features an expansive open layout with numerous living and dining areas, including a
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