The kitchen island itself moves away from the mundane with its unique design and the breakfast bar offers further opportunity for the entire family to come together each morning. The living area kitchen and dining area are connected with the closed rear yard / outdoor living zone that features plush seating.
These generous outdoor spaces extend the indoor living area and create an opportunity for al fresco dining and living even while promising complete privacy. The presence of a hot tub that overlooks the waterways and minimal seating add to the opulence of the setting.
Team Lynd and Starwood Capital Group are the names behind this modern behemoth where sophistication style the inimitable charm of Miami and carefully curated interiors come together in a splendid and spectacular fashion.
From single-bedroom condos that start at $399000 to amazing penthouses that will cost you $1150000 there is a wide range of residences to choose from here depending on both your budget and spatial necessity. Each condo brings with it light-filled living rooms that promise a serene and stylish lifestyle cutting-edge kitchens with energy-savvy appliances indulgent bathrooms and tranquil bedrooms that open up to reveal majestic views. There is never a dull moment here!
A high-end lifestyle in Miami is well and truly ‘high-end’ in every sense of the word with the best in terms of design fashion and décor quickly finding its way here. And so it does take some work to conjure up and bring to life that promise to engulf you in a world of opulence.
A versatile building that was designed to make the most of the scenic views of the and to accommodate a family that required four separate yet largely identical apartment units Zambeze is exceptional in more ways than one.
Jaw-dropping cantilevered structures are also pretty popular but this beautiful and cheerful home in designed by Randy Bens Architect went down the path of white brick glass and dark cedar. It is a combination that is distinctive exceptional and definitely brings the ‘wow factor’ to a contemporary space.