Lakewood Castle.

Lakewood Castle was designed by Bammel Architects to emulate the Gilded age mansions of the late 1800s. Proudly standing at over 40,000 sq. ft., the building was designed as a single-family residence with the flexibility to convert it to a banquet hall in the future. A first encounter with the property may lead some to believe that it has been standing for over a century.

State-of-the-art construction methods were implemented, including 18 in. thick stone and insulated concrete form walls, concrete plank floors, radiant heated floors, sprinkler system, triple-pane windows, and structurally insulated panel roof system. The building is extremely energy efficient despite its large footprint. No expense was spared in selecting historically accurate materials and building methods.