Need a luxury condo to move into today? There is something for you as well in today’s delightful trip across Miami prime real estate. Nestled in the hip and happening neighborhood of Downtown Miami dubbed Arquitectonica condo development completed a mesmerizing 57-story high-rise that transports you into a world of comfort and class. Dubbed Marinablue life here definitely forces you to see the city of Miami in a whole new light with its exclusive sunrise and sunset pools on either side of the development.
On the outside a distinctive aluminum trellis provides shade to those on the terraces and also ushers in cool geometric contrast. With an amazing infinity-edge pool and outdoor lounge this is one Texas home where opulence and ergonomics come together with unrivaled panache.
On the inside the living space is simple understated and allows the views outside to grab all the attention even as modern décor and wonderful lighting create an inviting ambiance. With the top level housing the bedrooms that also offer unobstructed views of the watery landscape life at this serene Dutch residence does seem like an absolute dream!
Contemporary-style residences and exquisite condos that bring the skyline of Miami indoors in a truly spectacular fashion – NINE at Mary Brickell Village has it all. You can even enjoy the vast Atlantic outside your living room with access to chic private clubs the best fitness centers in the neighborhood and a holiday-style pool and cabana zone thrown in as added bonuses!
While the outline of the house borrows inspiration from the plot it sits on and aims to make the most of the limited space on offer on the inside it is the dramatic spiral staircase structure that demands your attention instantly.
Designed by DENOLDERVLEUGELS Architects & Associates the modern residence combines traditional aesthetics and the native architectural style of the region with contemporary comfort and ease in an effortless manner. The result is a stunning getaway that leaves you spellbound.
The idea behind the extension was to enlarge the living space and alter the existing floor plan of the house and to move the dining area and family room into the new structure. Concrete and glass were the materials used to shape this seemingly minimal and polished new addition with the sliding glass doors and large floor-to-ceiling windows inviting the landscape indoors.