415 E Rivo Alto

This 5200 SF Luxury waterfront residence was designed by Touzet Studio for luxury single family developer David Solomon. It is located on the Venetian Islands and enjoys both open bay + city views with the beautiful year-round ocean breeze.
The dramatic undulating roof picks up the breezes and allows for natural daylighting. The house is elevated and sits lightly upon the tropical lush landscape.

This tropical modern house features a more sustainable, innovative design that includes reclaimed materials, included cisterns and solar in addition to being the first house in Miami Beach to permit grey water recycling.
By conserving energy and water as well as being mindful of the materials- Touzet Studio hopes to keep pushing sustainable and resilient construction and design.

This kitchen features a Devol Kitchen with a blend of old world detail and craft with the transparency and flexibility of a modern kitchen.  The kitchen and all the main spaces are designed to enhance a connection to nature and the views of the water.
The bathrooms are custom designed by Touzet Studio to provide a spa like environment that is serene, peaceful and has plenty of natural light.

The Vessel

This Commercial Building is designed to provide Food & Beverage and Entertainment venues across three levels of 15,000 SF of interior space and 4,800 SF of outdoor, landscaped terraces. The highly articulated facades integrate large murals with architectural surface treatments. The façade on the of NW First Avenue Woonerf is punctured by a wide stair, bounded by a concrete escarpment that features pockets of vegetation. The stairs lead to the two upper levels of landscaped terraces, passing under a curtain of flowering vines. The building has been very well-received by the City and is scheduled to commence construction in late 2023.

Architect: Touzet Studio
Landscape Architect: Vincent Filigenzi Design

2022 – ArchNative

Jacqueline sat down with ArchNative to discuss her journey in Architecture, how her education impacted her career trajectory, the struggles and rewards of having her own firm, what she sees for the future of Miami real estate, and her advice for young students entering the field.

2022 – The Built World

Jackie joins The Built World to talk about Touzet Studio’s approach to designing resilient, high performance buildings that are future ready for climate change. She discusses various topics from microgrids, adaptive reuse, to the end of disposable architecture, as well as climate change, creating a resiliency fund, housing affordability, zoning, building codes and transportation.

2021 – Sun Sentinel

As part of its series “The Business of Climate Change,” which highlights the climate views of business men and women throughout Florida, The Invading Sea spoke with Jacqueline Gonzalez Touzet about how buildings must be designed to withstand harsher climate.