Today we take a look at 6 different skyscrapers in Miami and the world-class luxury condos that they have to offer. While some sit in the iconic landscape of Downtown Miami and overlook the Biscayne Bay others offer a window into pristine beaches and the undisturbed tranquility of South Florida. Of course one thing that links them all is unparalleled extravagance topped off with Miami’s distinct aura!
Auberge is a name synonymous with superlative luxury and amazing design with its amazing series of residences and resorts finding space in some of the most exotic destinations across the globe. Auberge Miami is no different with amazing Biscayne Bay views a Zen pool and the highest sky pool terrace observatory in all of Miami at your service!
Designed by Guild Architects for a relaxed family life it is the green landscape around the house and its gorgeous garden that become the key components of the residence. Built to encourage interaction between family members an outdoor lifestyle and harmony with nature this is a home that moves away from the urban trend of sterile interiors.
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.
The residents of had a similar desire to turn their old terrace house that is just five meters wide into a smart modern home filled with lovely little nooks terraces and an inviting outdoor lounge. Dan Gayfer Design accomplished this by completely renovating the house connecting the interior with the small private outdoor living area.
Looking for a sensational luxury condo in Miami that allows you to enjoy the fabled nightlife dip into the delightful world of shopping complexes and cafes downtown and stroll to work each morning without worrying about gridlock?
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.