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The Corban home

See larger The home at sunset has the lines and look of a contemporary creation, even though it is a blend of two different eras.

Photo by (C) Ed Chappell Inc, Ed Chappell Inc

The home at sunset has the lines and look of a contemporary creation, even though it is a blend of two different eras.

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  • The Corban home is built over a boat house, but has made its wood-panel facade and elevation eye catchers.
  • David Corban; his wife, Carla; and their daughter, Caroline, enjoy a view of the water on three sides of their living/dining room area. Erik Kellar photography
  • The office at David Corban's home has a treetop view for inspiration.
  • The angled roof has vents to let heat escape.
  • The home at sunset has the lines and look of a contemporary creation, even though it is a blend of two different eras.
  • The Corban home has a high ceiling that gives it the illusion of even more space.
  • Both living and dining areas are glassed in for a nearly panoramic view.
  • David Corban; his wife, Carla; and their daughter, Caroline, enjoy a view of the water on three sides of their living/dining room area. Erik Kellar photography

Architect David Corban created a home from a vintage boat house. Adding steel understructure and building up gives it a three-side view of the Haldeman Creek that carries boats to Naples Bay.

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