Millions of stars dance in the clear night sky above Diamante, where an innovative layout provides large glass windows and skylights designed to capture the glorious nighttime display.

This striking post-modern design has an inviting, open floor plan. The space flows up through a soaring glass atrium to reach two levels overlooking the main floor. As a private art gallery, each level includes ample wall space for displaying prized works of miniature art. Colorful paintings are viewable from the second floor library and third floor family room, both of which open onto the central glass atrium.


Visitors can enjoy viewing the spacious interior of this sparkling museum through the generously sized windows of its tall atrium. A sandstone and steel exterior gives Diamante clean, crisp enduring edges, while the warm bright glow of the interior speaks of harmony and light.
 
Diamante combines grandeur and intimacy, space and light, to provide a unique stage for the display of fine miniature art.


The structure is 25" wide, 37" deep, 37" high. Diamante is constructed of solid pine with acrylic windows. Sold.


Diamante was featured on the cover of Miniature Collector magazine: January 2004 issue.


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