Just around the corner from the upscale shopping district of Atlanta, this Buckhead home creates a contemporary contrast to its traditional surroundings. From the perspective of the street below, this elegant 5,100 square-foot structure, commands a prevailing presence. Clean white stucco lines are met with cypress wood walls and ceilings. Stacked slate stone and concrete planes compete the composition to create a dynamic facade. As you travel up the sloped driveway, a three car garage emerges along the side of the property to reveal a graceful structure. Shaped by topography and function, the home is divided into three floors. On the main floor, a fourteen foot red cedar pivot door welcomes one into the grand yet warm interior. Character grade oak floors stained to look natural contrast the white volumes that surround. Adjacent to the foyer is the staircase, dining room, and kitchen. A beautiful black quartzite wall anchors the kitchen cabinets while a view to the exterior and the glass enclosed wine cellar prevails. A large Nana Wall door creates a seamless connection from the living room to the outside patio and garden. With its retractable sunshade, stone tile, red cedar decks, and tranquil pool the rear patio is an oasis for entertainment. From above the bedrooms overhang defining the outdoor spaces. The secondary bedrooms have generous views to the terraced garden while the master bedroom overlooks the tree filled landscape to the front. Adjacent to the bedrooms lies a seating room extending out towards the open foyer. Looking down from the upstairs reveals the elegant floating steel staircase which descends two stories to the light filled basement. The basement includes a glass enclosed exercise room and the guest room. Completing the design are dynamic bathrooms clad in large porcelain tile, black granite, and filled with beautiful Hansgrohe fixtures. This residence is a true exploration of sharp contrasts, strong geometric shapes, warm natural materials, and unique details.