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welcome to miami Fashion designer Naeem Khan opens up his new Miami home—and talks about moving his empire from NYC to MIA. By Alice Cavanagh

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landmark living A look at the new Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences in Fort Lauderdale’s historic North Beach Village. By Tom Austin

artists to watch: south america Eight young Latin talents who are taking the art world by storm. By Jane Moore and Tom Austin

THE MUSE Fashion imitates art in fall’s graphic patterns and painterly prints. Photography by Navid

Master of class Holly Hunt lends her world-class talent to the interiors of Miami Beach’s L’Atelier. By Jean Nayar

high art Six international observation towers whose design is just as impressive as the view from the top. By Michelle Lee Ribeiro

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ON THE COVER: detail of clouzotbeckett, 2015, by jorge pedro núñez. article on page 46. THIS PAGE: Detail of balé, 2015, by marina rheingantz.

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WELCOME LETTER Greetings from Mayi de la Vega, founder and CEO of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.

one to watch Now: Design News from Around the World | Spotlight: Set Designer Stefan Beckman | Design: Chalet Soleil d’Or in the French Alps | Graze: Global Gastro

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CONTRIBUTORS

HOW DO YOU DEFINE GOOD DESIGN?

“ i like when design reflects the needs of modern life— without sacrificing style, of course.” Alice Cavanagh

(“Welcome to Miami,” p. 36) is a contributing editor to Vogue Australia and freelance writer based in Paris. Her stories have appeared in British Vogue, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, Porter, New York Magazine, Arena Homme +, Russh, and Nylon.

michele meyer (“Spotlight:

the right balance between the look and function of an object as small as a lemon squeezer and as big as a bridge. beauty is pleasing, but if it lacks functionality, i probably won’t like it— unless I consider it art.”

Stefan Beckman,” p. 26) is a contributing writer at United’s Rhapsody and founding fashion editor at Visa’s Luxury Magazine. She also writes for Departures, Four Seasons Magazine, and Allure.

Gio Alma (“Welcome to

Miami,” p. 36) has shot covers and images for publications and advertising campaigns around the world, including Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, the Miami City Ballet, iTunes, and Nestle USA. Born in Buenos Aires, Alma moved to the United States in 1996 and now resides in Miami with his wife, Marcela, and two children, Luca and Gia.

“the marriage of functionality and form. Never fancy, never fussy.”

Jane Moore

(“Artists to Watch,” p. 46) is a writer and photographer whose work has appeared in Art Business News, The Palm Beach Post, and the Palm Beach Daily News. An avid cyclist, she is currently working on a collection of photo essays of found objects from her cycling excursions.

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“A world of beauty that transforms the mundane and makes my heart soar.”

Navid (“The Muse,” p. 54) is a self-taught photographer who first picked up a camera at age 16. His portfolio includes shots for Vogue, Cartier, Dior, Apple, and Sony. When he is not behind the camera, Navid is likely hanging out on his ranch with his beloved Arabian horses.

“a good balance of style and functionality that inspires an exploration of further possibilities.”

“The best design considers its context, respects the past yet transcends it, and maintains a connection with nature— which lifts the spirit and soothes the soul.”

Jean Nayar

(“Master of Class,” p. 62) writes about design for magazines including Ocean Drive, Hamptons, and Departures. Her latest book, Living In Style Country (teNeues), was released earlier this year.


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Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time” —Thomas Merton

As art lovers from around the globe arrive in Miami hungry to feast their eyes on works by some of the world’s most inspirational, revered, and emerging artists at the spectacular Art Basel, we at ONE Life embark on a journey around the world, exploring art in all forms. Starting here at home, we delve into the design of L’Atelier—the stunning new development nestled in the heart of Miami Beach, which has been blessed by the touch of the talented and remarkable interior design mastermind Holly Hunt. A little farther north, Newgard Development Group has mixed old and new with the Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences in Fort Lauderdale, combining an impeccably restored 1950s landmark with new construction. Just steps from the sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach, residents and guests alike will enjoy the luxury amenities and elevated service of Menin Hospitality while basking in the Gale’s nostalgic charm. South Florida has established itself as a destination for art and culture, and we are about to welcome another great addition to our rich cultural fabric: The delightful and talented fashion designer Naeem Khan will be relocating his headquarters from New York to Miami. ONE Life talked to Khan about his new oceanfront pad, and the inspiration he gets from our city’s bright colors and exciting energy. We also peek into the fantastical world of set designer Stefan Beckman. The jet-setter is the creative genius behind some of the most exhilarating fashion shows, parties, art exhibits, magazine editorials, and advertising campaigns. You may have admired his work on the pages of Vanity Fair or Vogue without realizing the creator, but once you meet the man here in ONE Life, he will be hard to forget. As noted on canvases throughout Basel, the world is truly our playground. Follow us as we head to South America to celebrate eight Latin American artists who are trailblazers in their fields. Then cross the ocean and let some of the world’s greatest architects take you on a high with a bird’s-eye view of their intricate, dazzling skyscrapers. The artistry of food is certainly one everyone can appreciate, and inside you’ll meet four Michelin-starred chefs who are taking their talents to a whole new level, experimenting with more casual bites as they open new eateries from San Francisco to Singapore. Enjoy the journey—and I’ll see you at Basel, in my wonderful hometown. There really is no better place to be.

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ONE TO WATCH NOW Hot happenings in the world of art and design

The Wright Stuff A pair of young designers have just been given the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of Frank Lloyd Wright and put their stamp on the Guggenheim brand. The Guggenheim has long been synonymous with high art and design, with museums in New York; Bilbao, Spain; and Abu Dhabi all designed by Wright. But the newest addition in Helsinki, Finland will be designed by Paris-based firm Moreau Kusonoki Architectes. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, along with the city of Helsinki, held its first open architectural competition to find just the right design for its new museum in Helsinki’s South Harbor area, near the historic city center. The highly visible site means the project will be an important piece of architectural eye candy for the city, as it immediately comes into view for passengers pulling into the harbor on cruise ships. More than 1,700 firms submitted proposals, with the six ultimately selected as finalists presented during “Guggenheim

Renderings of the winning design for The Guggenheim Helsinki, by architects Nicolas Moreau and Hiroko Kusonoki (left)

Helsinki Now,” an exhibition at the Kunsthalle Helsinki. This summer, a winner was announced: “Art in the City,” a proposal by Moreau Kusunoki Architectes. Founded by Nicolas Moreau and Hiroko Kusonoki in 2001, the firm is known for projects like the plaza at the Paris District Court at Porte de Clichy. For the Guggenheim Helsinki, Moreau Kusunoki began with the traditional waterfront vernacular: A series of linked pavilions with upswept rooftops in different configurations is anchored by a kind of lighthouse—a lit, translucent tower that serves as a beacon for the city at night. A charred-lumber facade is intended to honor the regeneration of the great forests of Finland. Moreau and Kusunoki say the journey has just begun: “The adventure now continues with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, the people of Helsinki, and lovers of architecture and art.” —Tom Austin moreaukusunoki.com; designguggenheimhelsinki.org ONELIFE

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A booming global market is resulting in recent unprecedented sales in the auction world. In Geneva, Sotheby’s nearly $161 million in sales at Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels shattered the category’s record worldwide. Almost every one of the 484 lots was snapped up, including the top draw: a 25.59-carat Burmese stone known as the Sunrise Ruby. Its final price—$30.3 million—broke records both for a ruby at auction and for any stone by maker Cartier. On the art front, Sigmar Polke’s retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York last year greatly increased his cachet. At a Contemporary Art Evening Auction, his Dschungel (Jungle) set a record for the German artist, fetching $27.13 million. The same night, Christopher Wool’s Riot brought in nearly $30 million—well over the estimated $18 million—breaking the record for any living American artist. Top seller of the night: Mark Rothko’s Untitled (Yellow and Blue), previously owned by Bunny Mellon, sold for $46.5 million. —Rebecca Kleinman

UPCOMING SALES November 5: Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale, New York November 11: Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels, Geneva November 13: Photographies, Paris November 19–20: Latin America: Modern Art and Latin America: Contemporary Art, New York December 11: La Bibliothèque de Pierre Bergé, Paris December 15–16: 20th Century Design, New York January 20–21: Property from the collection of Irvin and Anita Schorsch: Hidden Glen Farms, New York Complete calendar at sothebys.com 18

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Above, left to right: Rothko’s Untitled (Yellow and Blue); Polke’s Dschungel; the 25.59-carat Burmese Sunrise Ruby sold at auction for more than $30 million. Below: The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art will open in Cape Town in 2016.

South African Zeitz-geist In 2016, Cape Town—a city that has become increasingly conscious of its artistic heritage—will welcome the nine-story, $46 million Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art. The museum, which is being funded by German art collector and retail tycoon Jochen Zeitz (former CEO of Puma), will be built within an old grain silo in partnership with the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Zeitz will be donating a singular art collection that ranges wildly with all manner of African artists, living in Africa and elsewhere, including: Ethiopian-American Julie Mehretu; Kudzanai Chiurai, a pop talent from Zimbabwe; and Dutch–South African Marlene Dumas. Zeitz MoCAA has been designed by London-based Thomas Heatherwick, whose projects include the U.K. Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo and who has also proposed a network of lush islands for New York’s Pier55 plan. Heatherwick has incorporated the historic silo into a modern structure spanning 80 galleries and a rooftop sculpture garden. Cape Town was a 2014 World Design Capital, and next year, it will have a center of design and art that befits a city with international design stature. —TA


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Two of Miami’s top showrooms are keeping their A-game strong with new eye-catching acquisitions. Monica James and Co. has become the exclusive Southeastern retailer of Parisian interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s capsule collection for British upholsterer George Smith. Among nine styles of neo-classical seating, the customizable spoon-backed Susannah dining chair—shown here in Napoli Granito and Napoli Rubino fabrics with stained wood legs—suits South Florida to a T. Fans of Miami-based designer Luis Pons will want to check out his new Curved Bar at NIBA Home. The piece is part of Pons’ delightfully clever Frames collection and is crafted from chunky picture frames in gold, silver, and black, and a carved wooden top that mirrors every groove. —RK

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A Timeless TRIBUTE The Miami Design District will pay tribute to the late, great Frei Otto when a Shigeru Ban–designed replica of one of Otto’s famous designs moves into the neighborhood in December. When German-born Otto passed away before the awards ceremony—held earlier this year in Miami—2014 laureate Shigeru Ban stepped in for one last collaboration with his dear friend. Channeling the circa-1955 tent Otto created as a music pavilion for the Federal Garden Exhibition in Germany, Ban erected a replica outside the New World Center, welcoming guests to the event and celebrating the night’s top honoree. The four-point tensile tent is a prime example of Otto’s use of lightweight materials that make a minimal impact on the environment. Ban’s public installation traveled north for the Chicago Biennial before arriving back in Miami. —RK 20

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The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, “The State of the Art of Architecture,” kicks off in October and runs through January, promising to honor the legacy of a city built by such great architects as Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s a big, bold moment for a big, bold city, intended to make Chicago a laboratory for contemporary architecture. Part of the equation is London-based architect David Adjaye—the man responsible for Washington, D.C.’s upcoming National Museum of African American History and Culture, whose retrospective is also running at the Art Institute of Chicago through January. Adjaye is on the Biennial advisory team and thinking, as ever, about the civic possibilities of architecture. With Chicago-based artist and social activist Theaster Gates, Adjaye is contemplating an architecturemeets-art project for the Biennial. “I’m talking about doing something on the South Side of Chicago with Theaster,” Adjaye said during the Pritzker Architecture Prize awards at the Frank Gehry–designed New World Center in Miami Beach. “I think the Biennial is going to be an important architectural moment for Chicago.” —TA

License to Thrill At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the world was introduced to the future of the automobile industry—the F 015 Luxury in Motion autonomous luxury sedan by Mercedes-Benz. The F 015, which can pretty much drive itself, is essentially a living room on wheels: It’s equipped with four swiveling, captain-style chairs, which can be turned to face one another for social engagement. To make sure socializing passengers (and driver, since s/he is not actually driving) don’t miss out on the passing views, images of stunning landscapes can be projected on the car’s windows. The digital landscape in the F 015 is a nicely done array of touch screens, with touch points controlling a series of user interfaces. A mix of carbon fiber and aluminum lightens the weight of the F 015 considerably, and the car can handle a fuel cell and electric drivetrain. For those of an old-school bent, the F 015 can also be driven manually; exterior LED lights announce that a living, breathing, and entirely fallible human has taken the wheel. Given the talents of some all-too-human drivers, that’s a definite bonus. —TA 22

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It’s high season for art and design lovers in Miami, as three prominent fairs take over the city. Starting with a preview December 1, Design Miami will set up shop across from the Miami Beach Convention Center through December 6. Just a short distance south, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s annual fair exhibits December 3–5 at the Fontainebleau, its fourth venue in Miami since launching in 2003 with 35 exhibitors. At the same time, the fourteenth annual Art Basel Miami Beach takes over the MBCC with modern and contemporary artworks from 250 galleries worldwide. Its nine sectors spill out into nearby Collins Park with outdoor sculptures curated by Nicholas Baume, director of the Public Art Fund, and SoundScape Park with film screenings organized by Artprojx director David Gryn. Don’t miss the incredible satellite event Pinta Miami—the New York art fair brings the works of Latin American artists to Art Basel Miami Beach for the second year in a row. —RK designmiami.com; new artdealers.org; artbasel. com; pintamiami.com


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ONE TO WATCH SPOTLIGHT By Michele Meyer

Stefan Beckman

SET DESIGNER

When he was a shaggy-haired, blond 6-year-old living in San Francisco, Stefan Beckman loved creating fantastical window displays alongside his father in his Union Street gift shop, The Enchanted Crystal, which still stands today. More than 40 years later, he’s still at it— conjuring up beautiful worlds, that is—only on a much bigger scale. Beckman is the creative genius behind some of the most immersive, surreal backdrops for runway shows, parties, art exhibits, and artistic magazine editorials and advertising campaigns. It was Beckman who dreamed up a Pinocchio workshop with Tim Burton as the wood carver and Amy Adams as his creation for a Vogue spread last December. He also built the sky-high plywood skate ramp that graced the runway at Coach’s first full show in London earlier this year and set Paris on fire with a re-creation of late Vogue editor Diana Vreeland’s living room— which she called her “garden of hell”—for Marc Jacobs. At 48, Beckman is the most in-demand set designer in the world, jetting between London, Shanghai, and his studio in Manhattan to create work for A-list clients like Versace, Valentino, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, and Vanity Fair. “Good design inspires,” says Beckman. “It should be an emotional experience, not a set for a set’s sake.” That emotional experience begins with an initial two-week to threemonth conversation between Beckman and the fashion designer. “It starts with a feeling and a mood,” he says. He then finds inspiration from all around— history, architecture, music, ballet, art.... His vivid visions derive widely and wildly, from Monopoly pieces and American Horror Story to a Bernardo Bertolucci film and an Ed Ruscha painting—and sometimes all at once. “Very Busby Berkeley meets Fellini meets Dalí” is how he describes one particular set he created for a Swarovski art exhibit in Paris.

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He likens his process to putting on a play—collaborating with top fashion photographers, lighting specialists, hair and makeup professionals, models, and music producers to create “one world where everything comes together.” It’s a process he became familiar with back in college, making props, building sets, and shooting and editing shorts as a film and theater major at the University of Texas at Austin. After graduating, he worked in Los Angeles for a while as a film production assistant and television set dresser before moving to New York.


It was there that his career really took off. For a fashion spread in The New York Times Magazine, Beckman created what he calls “an Alien-meetsBlade Runner set built from packing crates.” After seeing it, photographer Steven Meisel hired him for Vogue—which led to a regular gig creating elaborate and memorable sets for Marc Jacobs, which he’s been doing since 2006.

Top to bottom: The Beckman-designed sets for Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2014 collection; Oscar de la Renta Spring 2009; Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

As busy as he is, Beckman can’t help but be consumed by every detail of a project. Whether it’s just the right height (8 feet) to hang the foam-filled Spandex clouds at Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2014 show in Paris, or the right shade of sand (“pebble,” which he still felt was a tad too gray) for a Tom Ford beach set, it has to be perfect. “There’s never enough time, but a deadline is good,” Beckman says. “It makes me focus. I also think, Just go with your gut and you’re probably right.” While he gears up for another year of museum exhibits, ad campaigns, and highly theatrical runway shows, Beckman also has a few other plans. He says he hopes one day to make a movie and maybe design housewares. Most of all, “I’d love to do the Met Ball,” he says of The Costume Institute’s annual fashion party. “There’s so much more I want to see, do, and say that I’m a little angstridden,” he adds. “It’s not about the money. I want to do things that push me and open my mind. I like to be busy.” ◗

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ONE TO WATCH DESIGN By Jean Nayar

FRENCH CONNECTION

Nestled among the pines along a steep slope in the resort village of Megève in the French Alps, Chalet Soleil d’Or combines traditional architecture with the latest technology and comforts. Take a virtual tour of this stunning European ski retreat.

VIEW MASTER Designed by French architect Gérard Ravello, the chalet exemplifies what Ravello describes as abouti, or the very finest technical and finish quality. Clad in pine and river stones, it features broad terraces with breathtaking views and can accommodate as many as nine cars.

THROUGH A LOOKING GLASS A striking modern feature that complements the wooden interiors, the Plexiglas staircase and elevator create a tunnel-like vision. 28

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LIVING LARGE The primary living space on the first floor has 16-foot ceilings and is clad with 120-year-old pine recycled from farms in Switzerland, Austria, and France. A radiant heating system is concealed beneath the wide-plank oak floors, which have an aged finish.


WINE AND DINE The underground dining room seats as many as 20 people around a table topped with a quartet of custom chandeliers. Framing the scene like a work of art, a large window cut into one wall reveals the underground rocks and snow surrounding the chalet. At one end of the room is a wine-tasting salon and a 1,000-bottle, high-tech wine cellar.

SPA SECLUSION The pool area with mountain views houses a combination Jacuzzi/swimming pool as well as a sauna and a hammam.

Specs 14,531 square feet | 4 floors | Ski in/out 6 suites with 1 master bedroom 6-person dormitory suite | 2 staff bedrooms 20-person dining room | 1,000-bottle wine cellar Home cinema and nightclub Indoor pool | Jacuzzi | Hammam | Massage room Parking for 9 cars, including a 4-car garage **For more information, and to view additional Prestige Collection properties in the French Alps, visit megeve-sothebysrealty.com and courchevel-sothebysrealty.com.

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ONE TO WATCH GRAZE By laurie werner

Global Gastro

Known for their high-end dining experiences, several Michelin-starred chefs around the world are now opening more casual restaurants that are equally satisfying. Leave the black card at home and enjoy a relaxing bite at these four joints from renowned culinary geniuses.

David Thompson

Long Chim, Singapore

Chef David Thompson earned a serious honor nearly 15 years ago when his highly respected Nahm in Bangkok became the first Thai restaurant to win a Michelin star. Now he’s showing diners a different gastronomic side of the capital city with Long Chim, a lively restaurant focused on Thai street food in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands. “It’s mad, eclectic, and full of mayhem—just as the streets of Bangkok,” he says. At Long Chim, which means come and taste in Thai, Thompson has made some adjustments to his usual culinary execution—like keeping in line with Singaporean preferences by using less salt. Authenticity is emphasized in a variety of noodle soups, including a top-notch beef dumpling soup and dishes like khao kluk kapi. Most of all, Thompson is having fun in the kitchen. “It’s a pleasant release just to concentrate on the quality of food rather than the fold, roll, and etiquette around it,” he says. “Here, the expectation is not on fine crockery, cutlery, or polished plates but upon the food and the ease and happiness of service.” 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore, +65 6688 7299, longchim.com.sg

Joshua Skenes

Fat Noodle, San Francisco

It costs $398 to experience Joshua Skenes’ daily-changing, 22-course menu at Saison, his San Francisco restaurant that earned three Michelin stars. But a seat at his new concept in the city, a Chinese restaurant in partnership with Umami Burger’s Adam Fleischman, costs $10 or less. Fat Noodle is an homage to the hand-pulled noodles and sauces of Beijing and Shanghai, some of Skenes’ favorite cuisine. “I love the flavors of China as a whole but especially Sichuan,” he says. Ideal for late-night hunger cravings, the casual eatery features made-to-order, customizable bowls of Chinese noodles. Guests choose their own sauces, meats, and vegetables, making their selections as they move down an assembly line. Most importantly, diners familiar with Skenes’ culinary abilities at Saison will discover there’s no sacrifice in quality despite the enormous price difference. “Food is the same, whether it is $800 or $8, in that it is either good or it is not,” Skenes says. “Using the best products you can afford and cooking with care are company-wide values regardless of the location.” 92 2nd Street, San Francisco, fatnoodle.com

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Yannick Alléno

Stay, Paris

Parisian Yannick Alléno is a long-standing denizen of the Michelin three-star rank—first with Le Meurice hotel’s namesake restaurant in 2007 and now at the exquisite Pavillon Ledoyen. While maintaining those standards, Alléno has now ventured into the casual domain with Stay, an eatery featuring classic French fare alongside dishes inspired by his own travels. “I wanted to move away from gastronomic conventions and create modern cuisine—something simple, a place where you can go with friends or kids but that is still French gastronomy,” he says. After opening locations in Dubai, Taipei, and Beijing, Alléno has now brought Stay to Paris. In the hotel Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg, guests can dine on perfectly executed dishes such as poultry terrine on grilled toast, bavette of beef with fleur de sel, marinated beef tataki, and barbecue-style pork belly before choosing a fashionable dessert from the Pastry Library, such as a lemon tart topped with an edible button. 15, rue Boissy d’Anglas, Paris, +33 1 44941414, sofitel-paris-lefaubourg.com

Albert Adrià

Niño Viejo, Barcelona

Since he and his brother, Ferran, closed their trendsetting temple of molecular gastronomy, El Bulli, in 2011, Albert Adrià has refocused his talents on elBarri, a group of six restaurants in Barcelona, all within walking distance of one another. One of the casual creations under this gastronomic umbrella is Niño Viejo, “an informal concept inspired by the cities of Mexico and its urbanity,” Adrià describes. The menu is dominated by appetizers, tacos, and cakes, along with a Mexican cocktail bar serving, of course, tequila and mezcal. The eatery’s name, Spanish for old child, refers to the innocent joy the owners hope diners feel while sampling their Mexican fare. “We want our guests to experience the happy, simpler state that children and older people are in—and to know all the varieties of dishes that can be found all over the streets, informal places, and corners of urban Mexico,” Adrià says. Avinguda de Mistral, 54, Barcelona, +34 933 48 21 94, ninoviejo.es

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it’s time for fort lauderdale.

This is the waterfront condo that started the boom everyone is talking about. This is the waterfront condo we’re building now for delivery next season. This is the penthouse on top. It offers two floors, two horizons, and two ways to enjoy the waterfront. High above it – from ocean to sunset. And right on it – with your own boat slip. Premier DeveloPers We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the U.S. policy for the achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the Nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. Oral representation cannot be relied upon as correctly stating representations of the developer. For correct representations make reference to the documents required


This is RIVA. Fort Lauderdale’s most beautiful new waterfront address. It comes with every luxury you could want. Plus this penthouse. Over 5,000 s.f. of indoor-outdoor living, including this rooftop getaway. $2.65 million makes it yours. Visit our sales gallery, now at 1200 E. Las Olas Blvd. Log on to riva-condo.com. 954.233.3288. La Dolce Vita Where the River Meets the Park. by section 718.503, Florida Statues, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer. Obtain the property report required by federal law and read it before signing anything. No federal agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of this property. All features, dimensions, drawings, graphic material, pictures, conceptual renderings, plans and specifications are not necessarily an accurate depiction and are subject to change without notice, and Developer expressly reserves the right to make modifications.


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Welcome to

Miami

Calling the area the next “epicenter for fashion,” designer Naeem Khan gets ready to move his life—and his massive fashion empire—to South Florida. By Alice Cavanagh photography by gio alma

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t’s 9 a.m. on a Saturday morning in Miami, and Naeem Khan has already been up for a while. He likes to wake up early when he’s in town, sleeping with the curtains open so he will stir when the sun rises, then share a pot of English breakfast tea with his wife, jewelry designer Ranjana Khan. They live in an airy, ultra-modern apartment in the performing arts district of the city with their two miniature Australian shepherds, India and Rajah. Their home is by the ocean—the shimmering siren that has enticed Khan’s gradual relocation from New York. “I bought the apartment here years ago because I love the ocean and the proximity to South America,” he says, noting that he had not originally intended to move to Miami full-time. “The more I’m here, though, the more I realize that it’s a big cultural hub and could be an epicenter for fashion. The colors of the city, the people, and the energy here inspire me so much. I love the openness of Miami as well. I feel like I can breathe.” And so, what was once simply a long-weekend destination and a break from New York for the 57-year-old fashion designer will soon be his permanent home—as well as the official Naeem Khan headquarters, as he relocates his studio and offices to Miami over the next six months. Currently in the early building stages (he acquired the large plot of land on Northwest South River Drive in the Miami River area earlier this year), Khan’s new headquarters are being designed by Arquitectonica—80,000 square feet of space that will serve as much more than an “office space.” Here, Khan will work on his collections, house his haute couture and bridal productions, and also hold fashion shows and various art collaborations. “I want to give back to the country that has given me so much, to bring back high-end design and couture production to the United States,” says the Mumbai, India–born designer. The move is also the culmination of a personal dream for Khan. “The beauty of the space is that it is on the water,” he says. “I had a dream for many years that I would one day be able to zip to my office in a boat…. I so believe in dreams coming true.” When looking over Khan’s remarkable life, prophetic notions are a recurring theme. As a young teenager in India, Khan would pore over fashion magazines. He ended up enrolling in business school in New York—until a chance encounter brought him back to the fashion world. In the late 1970s, Khan’s father worked on fabrics for the iconic designer Roy Halston Frowick, known as Halston. One day, he dragged his son along to one of his meetings to help

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The colors of the city, the people, and the energy here inspire me so much. I love the openness of Miami.... I feel like I can breathe.


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models walk the runway in khan’s autumn/winter 2015 ready-to-wear collection at lincoln center during new york fashion week.

translate for him, and the enthusiastic 19-year-old student made an impression. Halston offered him a job on the spot. “I had no idea who [Halston] was, and when I was leaving his office he handed me an issue of Life magazine with him on the cover and told me to read it,” recalls Khan. “I was just a kid whose life was about to change forever.” As the young apprentice of the best in the business, Khan found himself smack in the middle of the New York arts scene, rubbing shoulders with the iconoclasts of the day: Andy Warhol and Keith Haring were collaborators and friends of Halston; Elizabeth Taylor was a regular client. “I had no idea of the vastness of what we were doing or how important those people were,” Khan reflects. “It was the wild time of Studio 54, and there was freedom of sex and drugs and craziness—but looking back, I can see that fashion was so fresh then.” Although he worked alongside Halston for only a year or two, the glamorous style of that epoch clearly made a lasting impression on Khan. Even today, his eveningwear collections are imbued with the color and glitz of the halcyon days of disco and old Hollywood, which has helped make him the go-to designer for red-carpet glamour. But while almost every notable woman with a 40

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stylish occasion on the horizon—be it Michelle Obama or Taylor Swift— has Khan on speed dial, he remains remarkably down to earth. “My parents are karmic people, and I was brought up on that philosophy,” he says. “You work hard, you don’t run after money, and if you believe in your dreams, it will work out.” With this approach, Khan has amassed a solid business—his eponymous collection, which he launched in 2003, is now sold in more than 200 stores around the world—standing apart from the pack with his striking, timeless designs. “I do not design clothes that are trendy,” he says. “I just take whatever I think is beautiful and classic and make it relevant for now. We need newness, but we don’t need to make a statement every season. The clothes themselves make a statement.” For Khan, the seed of a collection can come from anywhere—a square of fabric, or something he encounters during his colorful travels, be it in Latin America, India, or right here in Miami. But more often than not, his collections come from a melting pot of influences. “That’s why I find Miami so interesting—because it’s so culturally diverse,” he says. “This is the point where South America meets North America,” adding that there is also something about the city that reminds him of his motherland, India: “There is a connection between the two—the weather, the culture, the flowers are similar…. It makes me feel at home.” ◗


I had a dream for many years that I would one day be able to zip to my office in a boat.... I so believe in dreams coming true.

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LANDMARK LIVING One of Fort Lauderdale’s long-standing gems, the Escape Hotel is transforming into the new Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences—a fresh concept that will undoubtedly shine in historic North Beach Village. BY Tom Austin

The vision: to transform a 1950s hot spot into a modern-day boutique hotel and residence. The original 96-room building of the Escape Hotel will be restored and merged with a newly constructed 12-story, 128-unit condominium tower featuring one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Renamed the Gale Boutique Hotel & Residences, the $120 million project is slated to open in 2017. “The Gale provides us with a great opportunity to respect the past while defining the future through design, amenities, and services,” says Harvey Hernandez, chairman and CEO of Newgard Development Group, the developer on the project.

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This page: a view of the new residential tower at the gale. opposite page: the residential interiors are done in a neutral palette mixed with cerulean blues (left); one of the property’s two rooftop pools (right).

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When it was built in 1948, the Escape’s intimate scale and mid-century modern design gave the neighborhood an identifying look as other properties followed suit. The Gale team’s objective was to make sure the new residential tower didn’t compete with the original hotel building—or vice versa. “We do not believe either component should dominate the concept,” says project architect Jorge Garcia of Garcia Stromberg. The original structure set the scale for the project, he explains, and the new building reflects the local, mid-century design of the original. Nestled between the Atlantic and the Intracoastal, the Gale takes full advantage of its environs, incorporating open-air breezeways and intimate courtyards housing lush landscapes and comfortable seating areas to enjoy the outdoors. In addition to the residential 44

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units, the new structure will house a fitness center, two rooftop pools, a spa, and retail space on the ground floor. Inside the residential units, modern features highlight an openconcept floor plan: Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors with impactresistant glass, gourmet kitchens, spacious walk-in closets, and glass shower enclosures feel “upscale yet approachable,” says interior designer Giancarlo Pietri of Urban Robot Associates, who also designed the Kaskades Suites at Gale South Beach. Pietri felt it was important to keep cohesiveness between the residences and the hotel. “Throughout the interiors of both properties, we are using a combination of natural textures and a warm, neutral palette accented by crisp white, chrome metal, and deep cerulean blues,” he says.


On the hotel side—overseen by Menin Hospitality, whose portfolio also includes the Gale South Beach—rooms are appointed with marble baths, steam showers, luxury cotton linens, and modern tech like the iHome docking station and a Control4 automation system, which coordinates elements like entertainment and lighting. While the Gale team says the residential tower and hotel will have two unique atmospheres, they will ultimately complement each other and be linked through some shared uses. For example, residents will have full use of the hotel’s amenities, including turndown service and 24-hour valet. The residential tower’s eighth-floor amenity deck can also be used by hotel guests. The idea, says Pietri, is that “hotel guests and residents can eat, drink, dine, and mingle together” while enjoying a spectacular South Florida sunset. As the sun sets on the Escape Hotel’s remarkable history, the Gale team is excited to shine a light on the future of Fort Lauderdale. “Our aim is to tell a new story that is true to place while representing a new beginning as Fort Lauderdale matures,” says Pietri. ◗ For more information, visit galefll.com.

this page: modern units feature an open-concept floor plan, floor-tO-CEILING glass doors for stunning views, and gourmet kitchens. opposite page: the lobby of the residential tower (top); a view of the original gale hotel structure.

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ARTISTS TO WATCH: by jane moore and tom austin

These young latin talents are taking the world by storm.

Elena Damiani, Peru clockwise from above: a piece from damiani’s rude rocks series, shown here at the 2015 venice biennale; damiani; the erratic marbles, 2014; another piece from her rude rocks series; a video still from intersticion, 2012

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Damiani transforms found materials into collages, sculptures, videos, and installations that are informed by her interest in geology, archaeology, and cartography. Her materials have an inbuilt narrative, such as public records, which she then deconstructs to strip away the initial context of the work and examine the manipulability of cultural items. One of her best-known pieces, What Once Was (2009) takes the form of a carved book that presents the hypothetical disappearance of Eero Saarinen’s Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. Damiani, who studied both architecture and art in college in Lima and earned a master of fine arts from Goldsmiths College at the University of London, designed this piece to portray a critical concern regarding how architecture and landmarks can shape the urban landscape and presents the question of what would happen to a cityscape if a monument of these proportions were to disappear. She began with a book containing a double-spread image of the Gateway Arch and carved out holes in the pages. She then isolated words below the image, leaving random words suggesting the end of the Gateway Arch: “What once was a great hope for a great new period … is in danger of falling….” Born in Lima in 1979, Damiani lives and works in Copenhagen. Her most recent exhibitions include the 2015 Venice Biennale, Baró Galeria in São Paulo, and Marker 2015 in Dubai.


SOUTH AMERICA Jorge Pedro Núñez, Venezuela Born in Caracas, Núñez is an avant-garde artist who uses an unusually wide range of materials in his work. His use of record albums and books encased in galvanized metal, steel, and wire showcases his unique approach to creating mixed-media pieces. The boxes and walls used in much of his work could even be interpreted as architectural models with various sized cubes housing symbolic objects, allowing the viewer to imagine the life or thoughts that are housed within. Núñez

Clockwise from top right: nÚñez; untitled (cuerpos negros), 2014; clouzot-beckett (picnic), 2015; black mountain in color, 2008

also embraces works on paper and is an avid collage artist. One of the projects that helped put him on the map was his 2007–2008 series Black Mountains in Color, in which he created 50 collages made from the advertising pages of Artforum magazine. Núñez used the colors, patterns, and texts from the periodical to reproduce images recalling masterpieces of modern and contemporary art history. The exhibition ended with the projection of photos of the magazine pages cut and manipulated as geometric shapes—placed upon the original magazine pages, these shapes distorted the original message and created a new colorful installation. Núñez, 39, studied art in Paris, where he now lives and works. He exhibited at Art Basel Miami 2013 and last year had solo exhibitions at KaBe Contemporary in Miami and Ignacio Liprandi in Buenos Aires.

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clockwise from above: relogio de areia, 2012; rough sea, 2014; small fires, 2012; carranca, 2012; lemos auad

Tonico Lemos Auad, Brazil Lemos Auad’s sculptures and installations investigate materiality, sensuality, process, and relationships between the audience and their environment. Using a wide range of materials, he creates lyrical forms, from the ephemeral and fleeting to the precious and enduring. Notions of luck, chance, and the supernatural pervade his work. But beyond playfulness, his art resonates with a darker underbelly of existence—an awareness of death and the shortness of life are always at hand. His diverse work focuses on the easily overlooked details of everyday life: A series of furry creatures sculpted from carpet lint look like stuffed animals a child would want to pick up and cuddle—but in all actuality, they would disintegrate and fall apart in the grasp of a child’s hands. Lemos Auad, 37, who lives and works in London, studied architecture in Brazil and received a master of fine art from Goldsmiths College at the University of London. His most recent exhibits include Pivô in São Paulo and the Drawing Biennial in London.

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Eduardo Basualdo, Argentina Buenos Aires–based artist Basualdo often reflects on the reaction of the human body to the pressure of architectural restrictions, which he considers part of a broader investigation into how we live within cultural limits. His sculptural installations, often daunting in scale and gloomy in color, are exercises in realizing the finitude of the human body and the space it inhabits. For example, an installation for the nonprofit Frieze Projects New York last year featured two soccer goals erected in a park that mimicked a real soccer field yet was impossible to use, as the goals were blocked with glass. Basualdo’s early training as an actor and puppeteer, with a degree from the Teatro General San Martín, Buenos Aires, forms the basis of his desire to master built environments that serve as a framework in cultural systems and the ways in which they frame and control the world around us. The 38-year-old also studied fine arts at the Instituto Nacional de Artes Visuales in Buenos Aires and continues to work and live in his hometown. In 2015, he exhibited at the Venice Biennale, XII Bienal de La Habana in Cuba, and My Buenos Aires at La Maison Rouge in Paris.

clockwise from top: the end of ending, 2012; el silencio de las sirenas, 2014; grito, 2015; la noche en mitad del dÍa, 2013; basualdo standing under teorÍa (la cabeza de goliath), 2014

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André Komatsu, Brazil clockwise from top left: base hierÁrquica (suecia), 2011; sem tÍtulo (olho gordo), from the series territÓrio bruto, 2014; o estado das coisas 2, 2011, at the 2015 venice biennale; educaÇao basica 3, 2015; komatsu

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São Paulo–based artist Komatsu’s sculptures and installations use architectural and design forms to critique prevalent social orders. The artist describes his work as “a reflection of a series of perceptions born by the meeting of streets and urban spaces,” where he observes the logic of construction and evolution. His work—such as a wall of bricks or giant concrete blocks balanced on crystal glassware—represent demolitions, abandoned objects, and destroyed walls and evoke the idea of reconstruction, searching for new models of existence and coexistence. The fragile crystal glasses and heavy building components are designed to support each other while at the same time are at risk of breaking into pieces. Komatsu’s work lingers on the relationship between divergent sculpture materials and art, but it also has a social intention: representing the possibilities for survival and the inevitable transformation of time. His art deals with themes of regeneration, focusing on the physical redevelopment of urban space as a wider metaphor for man, nature, or architecture in a continuous process of change. Komatsu, 37, showed his work last year at the Brazilian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and at Art Basel Miami.


Gabriel Sierra, Colombia Sierra was born in San Juan Nepomuceno, Colombia in 1975 and studied industrial design in Bogotá. Employing the languages of design and architecture, Sierra’s wood sculptures challenge the rules of functionality and explore ideas of community, habitat, and urbanism. He combines the use of wood with organic materials, such as a grid of wooden rulers woven into a simple bowl of apples or a sculpture still life of apples on shelves, which viewers are encouraged to pull out and help themselves to a snack. Another theme in his work is the use of columns and wood cubes of varying dimensions. Sierra is intrigued by the language of man-made objects and the dimensions of the spaces in which we live, work, and think. He employs a variety of techniques—from sculpture and spatial interventions to performance and texts—to examine how the human body functions in relation to its environment. Originally trained in architecture and design, Sierra draws on the history of Latin American clockwise from above: untitled (pocket square), 2011; hang it all, 2006; cuasi-cuadrado, 2011–2012; untitled at the 2013 carnegie international in pittsburgh; sierra

Modernism in his art. Earlier this year, for a project at The Renaissance Society in Chicago, the artist considered the title the most important component of the exhibit: Every hour, the exhibit name changed in order to frame the specific moment in which the visitor experienced the work. This year, 40-year-old Sierra also exhibited at New York’s Sculpture Center and High Line Art, Itaú Cultural in São Paulo, the Krannert Art Museum in Illinois, and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Arizona. His solo show at Kunsthalle Zurich runs through November.

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Marina Rheingantz, Brazil Rheingantz, 32, lives and works in São Paulo—a definite influence seen in her landscape paintings. Born in Araraquara, the native Brazilian depicts dark and odd landscapes in an almost abstract format. Rheingantz draws inspiration from memories and images from her travels, her life, and photographic works. Her large-scale canvases showcase movement as well as an organic sensibility that offers a connection to the wildly diverse countryside and people of Brazil. Rheingantz’s paintings focus on the geometry of the landscape, highlighting elements such as a fence, a house, or an awning. She pays special attention to the edges of her paintings, which are highlighted through the use of irregularly applied paint, thin lines, or lateral edges painted in contrasting colors. In 2015, Rheingantz’s work was shown at Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro; Centro Cultural São Paulo; and The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu in Japan.

clockwise from top left: magenta, 2015; rheingantz; revoada, 2015; balÉ, 2015; treino, 2014

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Adrián Villar Rojas, Argentina Villar Rojas’s representational work is a message about the fate of the planet. His material of choice: clay, one of the most ancient of art materials. Using a potter’s wheel, Villar Rojas creates enormous vases that look like vessels from ancient times. The difference is those vessels that have survived thousands of years were fired in an oven, making the clay hard. Villar Rojas takes it in a more tragic direction: Nothing he makes is fired, so all of it is doomed to disintegrate in a kind of ironic pessimism. His large-scale works embody his interest in ecosystems, decay, and man’s interference in nature—themes inspired by his childhood spent in Rosario, Argentina. One of Villar Rojas’s most prominent works was a commission for the High Line in New York. For his installation, The Evolution of God, Villar Rojas chose to use organic matter for its propensity to crack, decay, and change shape over the seasons.

clockwise from above: villar rojas; a detail from fantasma; the eternal butterflies, 2010; planetarium, 2015; fantasma, 2015

He created the sculptures at the site, which itself changed over the months that he worked. He used clay and cement as the main structural materials in large cubes, then added elements like seeds and vegetable matter strategically placed to sprout from within the sculptures themselves. The materials were mixed in wooden boxes, the supports removed once the sculptures dried. Villar Rojas also incorporated synthetic components such as old sneakers, shirts, and even an iPod to add a human element to the artwork—a commentary on our complex relationship with the natural world. Villar Rojas, 35, lives and works in Rosario. His most recent solo exhibition, Fantasma, runs at Moderna Museet in Stockholm through October 25. ◗

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THE MUSE

fashion inspiration is all around, from the runways of new york to the streets of paris . . . to the galleries of miami. PHOTOGRAPHY BY NAVID Shot by ONE LIFE on location at the Gary nader art centre, miami

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Embroidered graphic dress, decorative metal belt, Louis Vuitton, stores nationwide, louisvuitton.com Torre Roja (from the series Trees of Barbarism), 2007, Daniel Escardó, fiberwood, aluminum, stainless steel Opposite page: Black floor-length silk Cady dress with white/blue zodiac embroidery, Emilio Pucci, emiliopucci.com; Swarovski crystal choker/headpiece, Erickson Beamon, Marissa Collections, Naples; white patent laser-cut sandal with mirage heel, Christian Louboutin, Miami, stores nationwide, christian louboutin.com Unfinished, 2013, Soraya Abu Naba’a, oil on canvas


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Green brocade Mamma dress, fox-fur headphones, leather Mamma Maryjane pumps, Dolce & Gabbana, stores nationwide, dolcegabbana.com Hope, 2009, Robert Indiana, polished stainless

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Clear sky and black silk chiffon spaghettistrap embroidered gown with ruffled skirt, Gucci, stores nationwide, gucci.com; black Swarovski crystal fringe cluster earrings, Erickson Beamon for Marchesa, Marissa Collections, Naples Armonia Abigua, 1982, Jesus Rafael Soto, painted metal on wood Opposite page: Silk twill geometric-print dress, foam plastic brooch, resin bracelets, Chanel, stores nationwide, chanel.com Darac II, 1989, Victor Vasarely, acrylic on canvas

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Crepe couture optical geometry dress, Valentino, Design District, Miami, stores nationwide, valentino. com; Luigi Scialanga for Giambattista Valli metal necklace, Giambattista Valli, special order, Saks Fifth Avenue stores nationwide; Multi disco PVC hologram pump, Christian Louboutin, Miami, stores nationwide, christianlouboutin.com Serpents de la Guerre, 1998–1999, Sophia Vari, bronze polychrome (left); Cariatide, 2006, Pablo Atchugarry, bronze (right) Opposite page: Pebbled crepe jumpsuit, Tory Burch, stores nationwide, toryburch.com; floral pins, Prada, stores nationwide, prada.com; white leather clutch with buckle and graphic star details, Roger Vivier, Bal Harbour Shops, rogervivier.com Inflexion, 2013, Soraya Abu Naba’a, oil on canvas Fashion Editor: Katherine Lande Hair and Makeup: Kenra hair care; Daniel Pazos, Creative Management MC2, Miami, using NARS Cosmetics Model: Pernilla Fransander, Q Model Management, New York Photography Assistant: Danny Ortiz Fashion Assistant: Stephanie Hill, KL Style Inc.

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Master Designed by a worldclass team, including interiors by Holly Hunt, L’Atelier—a stunning new development in Miami Beach—will bring fresh dimension to the legacy of Miami modern design.

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BY Jean Nayar

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L’Atelier. It’s the French term for workshop or studio, particularly of an artist or designer working with apprentices to produce works of fine or decorative art. The word conjures images of haute design, masterful craftsmanship, and exquisite quality. Of course, that’s exactly what the developers of a new boutique condominium development in Miami Beach had in mind when they named it—and enlisted a top team of talent to create it. Located on a beautiful stretch of the Atlantic in the heart of bustling North Beach, L’Atelier—a sculptural 20-story structure—promises to stand as a shining jewel in the crown of new developments emerging on the beach. The project will combine stunning form by the Miamibased international architecture firm Revuelta, engaging gardens and grounds by landscape superstar Enzo Enea, and timelessly beautiful interiors by design impresario Holly Hunt.


this page: custom sofas and river rock cocktail tables are part of the modern aesthetic inside l’atelier’s units. opposite page: holly hunt

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this page: floor-to-ceiling glass separates the living space from the private balconies. opposite page: the gorgeous double-height lobby (top); the clean lines of l’atelier (bottom)

Inspired by the geometry and dramatic swooping lines of the historic hotel that once thrived on the site, L’Atelier’s spectacular new architecture will recall the best of Miami Beach’s mid-century modern design. At the same time, the layout, extraordinary finishes, and fine furnishings of the public spaces and residences inside will bring a new dimension to Miami modernism. L’Atelier’s porte cochere and street-level retail shops will be housed in the preserved historic portion of the complex— the former Bombay Hotel (later known as the Golden Sands). Designed by Norman M. Giller in 1951, the Bombay Hotel was central to Miami Beach’s high-life scene of the time. These spaces will ease into the dramatic double-height lobby, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking the endless blue waters of the ocean. Here, the new structure begins— and Hunt will set an understated yet glamorous tone with luxe materials and a mix of classic modern and custom furnishings and accents. Since establishing her first showroom in Chicago more than 30 years ago, Hunt has been recognized as a leader in topquality residential furnishings, accessories, and finishes. Culling the crème de la crème of designers from around the globe— 64

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including contemporary masters like Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Ralph Rucci, John Hutton, and Christian Astuguevieille—Hunt exclusively represents their work in her showrooms across America and internationally in London and Brazil. “Our designs always have the common thread of quality, classic lines, and generous scale and proportions—they are more tailored than frilly, timeless, on trend but not trendy, and a little eccentric,” says Hunt of her approach to interior design. Citing the work of mid-century French masters Jean-Michel Frank and Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann and American designer Karl Springer as particularly influential touchstones that shape her point of view, she says there’s a cleanliness and simplicity to their work that enables it to stand the test of time. Given the international vantage point that influences her aesthetic, it isn’t surprising that she and her team would bring interior design to an entirely new level here. All-white spaces, characteristic of Miami Beach interiors, mix with honed marble and nickel accents, infusing the lobby with rich character; while a sumptuous custom sofa exclusive to L’Atelier and Jett lounge chairs of her own design will anchor a seating area with panache. River Rock cocktail tables by Lorna Lee John Muller Designs and a Helios chandelier by Stefan Gulassa set an internationally inspired modern tone that consistently flows throughout the interior.


The same classic, modern aesthetic will also define other public spaces, such as the library, spa, and hammock garden. All 21 limitededition flow-through residences—from the half- and full-floor units to the double-height penthouse—will feature open layouts with 10-foot ceilings, rich materials (such as gray wood stone floors), and fine fixtures and finishes (Gaggenau appliances and Poliform cabinetry in the kitchens and white Venus marble in the baths). The lofty influences that Hunt and the other stellar designers on the team have brought to L’Atelier are poised to coalesce into a masterful building that aptly reflects its name and will surely elevate the spirit of North Beach to a whole new level. The project is expected to be completed in 2017. “A guiding principal for us is to never let best get in the way of better,” says Hunt. “There’s always something pulling us forward.” ◗ For more information, visit lateliermiamibeach.com.

L’ Atelier’s spectacular new architecture will recall the best of Miami Beach’s mid-century modern design. At the same time . . . the inside will bring a new dimension to Miami modernism.

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ART HIGH

Dubai may have the tallest (Burj Khalifa), while Paris and New York have arguably the most famous (Eiffel Tower and Empire State Building). But the observation towers on the next few pages are worth a visit for the sheer beauty of their unique designs. Plus, we take a sneak peek at Miami’s plan to join the party in the sky. By Michelle Lee Ribeiro

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Seljord Watchtower Seljord, Norway Design Architect: Rintala Eggertsson Architects Year Completed: 2008 By the Numbers: 40 feet high; made of 100% wood Form and Function: For centuries, locals have spread the myth of a sea creature, Selma, residing in beautiful Lake Seljord. The city decided to build a watchtower from which curious tourists could truly appreciate the beauty of Selma’s home and its surroundings. Located at the southwest end of the lake, the watchtower is the main element of a project that also includes three smaller installations at the mid and southeast points of the lake. The goal was to anchor manmade installations to the landscape without dominating it. Good to Know: Before taking in the view from the top, bird-watchers will want to stop at the lower-level viewing platform, which faces a major nesting area in the trees.

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JURMALA OBSERVATION TOWER Jurmala, Latvia Design Architect: ARHIS Year Completed: 2010 By the Numbers: 110 feet high; 12 viewing balconies Form and Function: Originally planned to be erected in nearby Raga Kapa Nature Park in 2005, the city decided later to move the tower to Dzintaru Mezaparks. Architect Arnis Kleinbergs adjusted his design accordingly—making some changes to the color and dimensions to fit the new environment—and the tower finally opened in 2010. Kleinbergs’ heavy use of wood makes the tower barely distinguishable from the trees at a distance, the slim design blending seamlessly into the landscape. And the use of metal grates at each landing allows climbers to see trees all around, including beneath them, as they ascend. At the highest observation platform, views extend beyond the treetops and the Baltic Sea, all the way to the capital city of Riga, 30 miles away. Good to Know: If you’re thinking of visiting, plan on making a day of it (and bring the kids). The tower is located in Dzintaru Mezaparks, a 32-acre mega-park set among 200-year-old pine tree forests. The park contains one of the most progressive playgrounds in Eastern Europe, an inlineskating track, a skateboard arena, a streetball field, and cafés. Many of the facilities are connected by raised wooden paths to reduce the impact of foot traffic on the natural grounds. 68

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ATOMIUM Brussels, Belgium Design Architects: André and Jean Polak Year Completed: 1958 By the Numbers: 335 feet high; 9 spheres, each 60 feet in diameter; 5,511,557 pounds; 600,000 visitors a year Form and Function: Atomium was modeled after a basic unit of iron (which comprises 9 atoms), as a testament to the culture of scientific progress prevalent in the world at the time. Engineered by André Waterkeyn and originally built as a temporary monument for Expo 58, the tower and its panoramic view became so popular that the city decided to make it a permanent landmark. In addition to the observation sphere on level 7, Atomium houses permanent and temporary exhibitions, a restaurant, and a Kid’s Sphere offering workshops. Good to Know: The structure was built to be flexible in order to withstand heavy winds, so don’t panic if you feel it move.

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MURTURM NATURE OBSERVATION TOWER Gosdorf, Austria Design Architect: Terrain Year Completed: 2010 By the Numbers: 89 feet high; 168 steps Form and Function: Rising from the banks of the River Mur, Murturm’s basic form is a double helix, twisting through the trees and creating a unique spatial atmosphere. While the view from the top is undoubtedly spectacular, Murturm is more about the journey than the destination. As visitors ascend, they pass through the various levels of the floodplain forest landscape—experiencing different sections of ecological forest with rich vegetation and fauna—before a separate staircase leads them back down into the wilderness of the European Green Belt nature preserve below. Good to Know: Architects Klaus Loenhart and Christoph Mayr got their inspiration for Murturm’s double helix from the staircase at the nearby Graz Castle, built in 1500. 70

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SKYPARK OBSERVATION TOWER Marina Bay Sands, Singapore Design Architect: Moshe Safdie Year Completed: 2010 By the Numbers: 656 feet high; 107,000 square feet (read: large enough to fit 4.5 A380 jumbo jets); 250 trees and 650 plants Form and Function: SkyPark is the crown jewel of the 10 millionsquare-foot urban district Marina Bay Sands, designed by Safdie, which includes: three hotel towers, a casino, a convention center, two theaters, an event plaza, nightclubs, ArtScience Museum, an infinity pool, restaurants, jogging paths, and public gardens and art. The SkyPark deck itself sits atop the property, spanning the three towers like a giant surfboard in the sky. Good to Know: Everyone is welcome to enjoy the panoramic view and dine in the sky. But if you want to cool off in the breathtaking 15,000-square-foot infinity pool in the clouds, get a room—it’s open to hotel guests only. 72

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SKYRISE Miami, United States Design Architect: Arquitectonica Year Completed: TBD (updates at skyrisemiami.com) By the Numbers: 1,000 feet high; 40-mile views; 300,000 tons of steel Form and Function: Last December, voters approved the $430 million project, which is being developed by Jeff Berkowitz. If all goes according to plan, the city will soon see its tallest building yet, on the shore of Biscayne Bay, offering unparalleled views of the city. But SkyRise has a patriotic purpose as well: Designed to clearly face the Caribbean and South America, the tower is meant to welcome visitors from the south to Miami—“an abstract version of the Statue of Liberty,” according to the developers. Good to Know: Plans also call for a swanky nightclub, a restaurant, and a ballroom. Looking for something a little more adventurous? An on-site attraction called Sky Plunge will let visitors jump from the tower bungee-style—or free-fall 650 feet at 95 mph in an amusement park–like ride called Sky Drop.

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EXPLORE SOUTH FLORIDA Offering luxurious residences amidst a thriving culture.

With recent residential developments and a vibrant lifestyle, South Florida has become the ideal location not just to play, but to stay. On the following pages, you'll ďŹ nd some of the most exclusive homes available in Miami-Dade and Broward. We invite you to discover your very own South Florida destination offered by ONE Sotheby's International Realty.

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30 Palm Avenue | Miami Beach

New modern estate on exclusive and secured Palm Island. Approx 14,000 SF of living area on a 32,000 SF lot with 100’ of water frontage. Fully automated smart home with 8 Beds and 8 Full Baths. Large master, Movie Theater with 132� Screen and 11 Recliners. Pet Room and Staff Quarters leading to an ample 4-car garage. Spacious driveway and a separate, detached gym and social room. Gated Island featuring Playground, Tennis and Basketball courts.

Albert Justo 786.326.9613 | ajusto@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $32,000,000

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bathrooms

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32,000

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lot size (sf)

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4730 N. Bay Road | Miami Beach

One-of-a-kind, newly built masterpiece of a home designed by Austin Harrelson. Magnificent Neo-Classical Estate spanning over 14,000 SF and set on a 27,000 SF lot with 130’ of water frontage. Soaring ceilings and a meticulous selection of the finest finishes throughout. Custom built-ins, movie theater, separate guest quarters, beautiful sunsets and the best open bay downtown views Miami has to offer.

Mirce Curkoski 786.395.2139 | mcurkoski@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $31,950,000

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bathrooms

14,000

27,202

living area (sf)

lot size (sf)

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800 S. Pointe Drive, Unit 2001 | Miami Beach

Gorgeous and coveted corner apartment on the 20th oor in the ultra exclusive Apogee in South Beach. The elegant home is one of only 67 residences and features a private elevator with foyer, soaring ceilings, sleek top-of-the-line kitchen, media room, lavish designer appointments throughout, custom lighting, luxurious master bath, 2,400 sq. ft. (223 m2) of 11-foot-deep, wrap-around terraces with panoramic, unobstructed views of the Atlantic ocean and Biscayne Bay, a summer kitchen, an outdoor shower and an air-conditioned car collector’s 2.5 bay enclosed garage. Rated one of the top 10 buildings in the world, Apogee South Beach offers serenity, privacy, security and ultra-luxury living with an opulent bayfront pool, spa and all amenities. An extraordinary property for an extraordinary life.

Enrique J. Tejera 786.375.1459 | etejera@onesothebysrealty.com

Price Upon Request

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3/1

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bathrooms

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2008

living area (sf)

year built

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550 Arvida Parkway | Coral Gables

Breathtaking, wide water views from this completely updated Tropical Modern acre lot home in guard-gated Gables Estates. 190 feet of private, deep-water dockage and direct access to Biscayne Bay. Enjoy waterfront views and natural light from most areas of the home. Dramatic, double-volume ceilings in living room open to lagoon. Spacious entertainment areas both inside and out. Gourmet, eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances, custom wood work, marble ooring, summer kitchen, generator and impact windows.

Dennis Carvajal 786.255.3334 | dcarvajal@onesothebysrealty.com

Mayi de la Vega 305.778.7990 | mayi@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $14,750,000

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5/1

bedrooms

bathrooms

8,756

44,431

living area (sf)

lot size (sf)

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1301 E. Lake Drive | Fort Lauderdale

This magnificent luxury waterfront estate is located in prestigious Harbor Beach and offers 174’ of wide water dockage for a Mega-Yacht. This custom 2007 estate was built by Bomar Builders. Exquisite craftsmanship and design with 12’ ceilings throughout, water views from almost every room, 4-car garage, infinity-edge pool, commercial-grade elevator, full home generator and so much more. Watch this estate on NBC’s Open House. Enjoy Florida waterfront living at its best with private beach for residents.

Susan Rindley 954.294.5686 | srindley@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $9,999,000

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7/3

bedrooms

bathrooms

10,204

2007

living area (sf)

year built

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17875 Collins Avenue, Unit 706 | Sunny Isles Beach

You too can enjoy this amazing view! Beautiful 4-bedroom and 4-bath beachfront turnkey corner unit at Acqualina Resort in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida. Paradise views, large rooms, expansive balconies and lots of natural light! Enjoy elite living surrounded by tropical splendor and 1st class amenities at this 5 Star & 5 Diamond oasis. Spend blissful days at The Beach Club with food & beverage service; relax by one of 3 pools; dine at one of 3 restaurants including authentic Italian Il Mulino, a formal and waterfront setting. Rejuvenate and restore at 20,000 sq ft world class Espa. 4th bed set up as formal dining room. Call today!

Viola Kruszelnicki 305.394.2311 | Viola@MiamiParadise.info

Adam Kruszelnicki 305.546.8866 | Adam@MiamiParadise.info

Offered at $4,200,000

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4

bedrooms

bathrooms

2,736

2006

living area (sf)

year built

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3008 N. Atlantic Boulevard | Fort Lauderdale

Direct Lauderdale Beach Oceanfront Estate “On the Beach...On the Sand”. Enhance your lifestyle and wake up to a wonderful ocean sunrise and sparkling waves. Take pleasure in the expansive, unobstructed ocean views and direct beach access from this sophisticated home, which features: 50’ ocean frontage, timeless architecture, open floor plan, new impact glass, travertine floors, new appliances, expansive terrace, camera surveillance security, cabana bath and a tropical-style heated pool. Enjoy privacy, comfort and a perfect combination of beach, ocean and location. N Atlantic Boulevard is often referred to as the “Malibu of Fort Lauderdale”.

Richard A. (Rik) Jonna 954.909.2045 | rjonna@onesothebysrealty.com

Richard Masterson Jr. 954.205.7067 | rmasterson@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $3,900,000

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bedrooms

bathrooms

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8,793

living area (sf)

lot size (sf)

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935 Bella Vista Avenue | Coral Gables

Waterfront Estate in guard-gated Gables by the Sea. No Bridges and just minutes to Biscayne Bay. Giorgio Bali Custom designed & built Italianate Gated Estate with Euro maze gardens. This graceful home lends detail to finishes with double-height ceilings in living room, Artegres millwork, media room, 1,400-bottle wine cellar, butler’s pantry and French doors for natural light. Security system and elevator. With the covered terraces, infinity pool and outdoor bar, you will be entertaining for years to come.

Ana M. De La Fe 786.247.9909 | adelafe@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $3,199,000

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5/2

bedrooms

bathrooms

6,797

15,500

living area (sf)

lot size (sf)

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3200 N. Ocean Boulevard, Unit 1910 | Fort Lauderdale

This exquisite and rarely available SE corner residence will capture you with its direct ocean vistas, maximizing its panoramic vantage point with all rooms opening onto glass-railed balconies. Floor-to-celing impact glass envelops the light-filled living space as you step off the privately keyed elevator. Custom upgrades include tech ceiling, gourmet chef’s kitchen, custom window treatments, 2 fireplaces, bonus room and more. Two garage spaces and world-class amenities complete this rare offering on the ocean. Furnished Turnkey.

Melanie Schrand 954.817.1056 | mschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

David Schrand 954.673.2871 | dschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $2,995,000

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3/1

bedrooms

bathrooms

3,000

1998

living area (sf)

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18101 Collins Avenue, Unit TS5508 | Sunny Isles Beach

Live in Opulence & Luxury in Sunny Isles Beach. Tower Suite (TS8) is a truly unique penthouse including ultra-modern renovations w/vaulted 12’ ceilings, private loft & office space upstairs plus a bonus bedroom with its own bathroom. Own the north side of the building with Rooftop & Jacuzzi large enough for the entire family. Balconies each face North to inspirational City & Ocean views. This property is surely to impress. Trump Palace has emerged as one of South Florida’s most sought-after addresses. A location offering the ultimate expression of a luxurious South Florida lifestyle. Four pools, restaurants, beach service, Spa, fitness, child care and a lifestyle like no other. Valet for multiple cars. Expansive vistas provide the backdrop for an enclave designed for a rich, sophisticated destination.

Ashton Coleman 305.978.7704 | acoleman@onesothebysrealty.com

Offered at $2,850,000

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4

bedrooms

bathrooms

2,558

2006

living area (sf)

year built

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Point Of Americas | Fort Lauderdale

Located on over 10 acres at the southernmost tip of Fort Lauderdale Beach, Point of Americas is a timeless landmark along the Gold Coast. The two luxury buildings offer an unparalleled location on the widest beach in Fort Lauderdale and you can almost touch the cruise ships as they gracefully glide by the residences at Point of Americas. Luxurious resort amenities include beach cabana/chair/umbrella service, private restaurant, guest hotel rooms for resident guests, ballroom, library, two pools, three ďŹ tness rooms, 24-hour security, grand lobbies and garage parking. Residences feature oor-to-ceiling windows, huge terraces, entry foyers, multiple walk-in closets, spacious room sizes and much more. Floor plans and models vary from approximately 1,100 square feet to over 7,000 square feet and the spaces can easily be customized and redesigned to your wishes. Point of Americas offers unparalleled views, security and privacy in one of the most desirable locations in all of Fort Lauderdale.

Brian Hero 954.854.4870 | bhero@onesothebysrealty.com

Up to $4,000,000

1 to 4

580

bedrooms

Total Units

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1969

living area (sf)

Built

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Benicio, 1150 100 Street | Bay Harbor Islands

Starting at $535 per SF

Enjoy the space of a single-family home with the conveniences of a townhome. Benicio at Bay Harbor Islands offers luxurious, oversized townhomes within a quaint, perfectly situated gated community, just steps from Bal Harbour, the beach, A-rated schools and more. One of the most highly desired areas in Miami. Each townhome offers a rooftop terrace with pool and summer kitchen, private courtyards, large living areas and a full-oor master suite. Each level features spacious terraces and wraparound balconies. Interiors by Steven G. will custom-design every residence. Benicio is developed by All Seasons Developers and designed by Frankel Benayoun Architects.

Gwendolyn Fuller 305.779.2413 | gfuller@onesothebysrealty.com

4+

4+

bedrooms

bathrooms

3,579+

2016

living area (sf)

completion

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9 Harbor Point Key Biscayne | Offered at $21,500,000

8

8/3

10,993

27,300

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Enjoy breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay to downtown Miami from this unique and spectacular, tropical vernacular home. Designed by renowned architect Cesar Molina and located on one of Key Biscayne’s most spectacular and private streets, this home offers unparalleled details and amenities. Features include custom handcrafted woodwork, impact glass, integrated terrazzo, fine wood and marble flooring throughout, Lutron lighting, a generator, a dock with a lift, private beach entry and a separate guest house with a 4-car garage.

9 HarborPoint.com Mayi de la Vega 305.778.7990 | mayi@onesothebysrealty.com

Dennis Carvajal 786.255.3334 | dcarvajal@onesothebysrealty.com

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9/2

15,920

57,017

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Spectacular new waterfront estate in prestigious guardgated Gables Estates. Designed by renowned architect Rafael Portuondo, sits on an oversized lot in a cul-de-sac, features impact windows, soaring ceilings, state of the art appliances, theatre, impressive master bed with luxurious appointments, Lutron, home automation, resort-like backyard outfitted to perfection, ideal for entertaining. Enjoy beautiful views of the water and spectacular courtyards and grounds from every part of this magnificent estate.

325LeucadendraDr.com Dennis Carvajal 786.255.3334 | dcarvajal@onesothebysrealty.com

325 Leucadendra Drive Coral Gables | Offered at $16,900,000


2900 NE 37 Street Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $17,900,000

9

13/4

17,812

47,661

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Majestic 31 Rm Estate, double point lot, 650’ water frontage, 3 docks, outstanding ICW views. Quality & attention to detail; superb use of stone & woods. 2,000 sq. ft. FR w/imposing stone fire place overlooking ICW, volume ceilings, marble and wood floors, gourmet kitchen, 7+ car garage, intricate blending of indoor & outdoor living, resort style 102’pool w/ waterfall, water slide, in-pool bar & Jacuzzi, Spanish style verandas & gardens, complete summer kitchen, 3 Rm guest house, walk to Golf & Country Club.

2900CoralRidge.com Eileen Kedersha 954.462.3600 | Eileen.Kedersha@sothebysrealty.com

William Kedersha 954.817.2900 | William.Kedersha@sothebysrealty.com

4

4/1

5,270

1999

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

South corner, 2 floors, Masterpiece Penthouse in the sky. Located in one of the most exclusive buildings in Ft. Lauderdale. Double Story windows and 4 large balconies offer stunning unparalleled 180 degree direct ocean, Intracoastal, Lake Sylvia, Port Everglades and City vista views. Exquisite workmanship and design, exotic stone including onyx, granite and marble, custom Ironwork, cabinetry and millwork, Venetian plaster; all offering a palatial setting for your most discerning buyer.

Harbourage1903.com Eileen Kedersha 954.462.3600 | Eileen.Kedersha@sothebysrealty.com

William Kedersha 954.817.2900 | William.Kedersha@sothebysrealty.com

3055 Harbor Drive, Unit 1903 Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $3,250,000


300 S. Pointe Drive, Penthouse 3 Miami Beach | Offered at $13,750,000

4

5/1

5,680

1,920

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

terrace (sf)

The Portofino Penthouse is the Pinnacle of Penthouse Living! This state-of-the art Sky Home has it all: nearly 6,000 sq.ft., 5 bathrooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 levels, 2 parking spaces and 1 Rooftop Pool. Every finish, fixture, appliance & electronic system is custom & brand new. Soaring high above its South of Fifth neighbors, this residence offers 360-degree views of the Ocean, South Beach & Miami Skyline. Private Elevator, Security System & floor-to-ceiling height windows complete this Portofino Penthouse.

ThePortofinoPenthouse.com Dina Goldentayer 786.277.7539 | dina@onesothebysrealty.com

Sladja Stantic 305.799.7697 | sladja@onesothebysrealty.com

5

5/1

5,035

24,000

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Just listed on prestigious North Bay Road. This charming waterfront home is situated on a perfectly manicured 24,000 sf lot and offers 100’ on the water. Featuring impact glass windows, marble and wood floors, fireplace, 2-car garage, modern kitchen with top appliances, surround sound system, water softener and a generator. Incredible views and potential to be one of the most glamorous homes on the street.

6410NorthBayRoad.com Dina Goldentayer 786.277.7539 | dina@onesothebysrealty.com

Sladja Stantic 305.799.7697 | sladja@onesothebysrealty.com

6410 N. Bay Road Miami Beach | Offered at $11,950,000


6801 Granada Boulevard Coral Gables | Offered at $8,495,000

8

7

9,448

82,906

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

2-acre corner waterfront lot with over 600ft of water frontage. Home designed by renowned historical architect Alfred Browning Parker on prestigious Granada Boulevard, with 8 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. A unique, one-of-a-kind compound with a picturesque wooded backdrop. Updated gourmet kitchen with Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, 2 wall-ovens & 2 dishwashers plus much more. Oversized mosaic tiled pool, coral rock deck and large covered terrace. The exteriors offer a private dock, gazebo and tennis court.

6801Granada.com Dennis Carvajal 786.255.3334 | dcarvajal@onesothebysrealty.com

Jorge Uribe 786.371.8777 | juribe@onesothebysrealty.com

6

5/1

7,306

24,500

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

As you walk into this impeccably maintained estate in prestigious guard-gated Cocoplum, you have beautiful views of your backyard oasis and tranquil canal. No bridges to bay & 100’ deep water dockage make this a yachtsman’s dream. A remarkable home for entertaining featuring a gourmet kitchen with breakfast, generous formal dining room, inviting family room and living room with vaulted ceilings. Guest suite on first floor. Master Suite with den and spacious walk-in closet on the 2nd floor plus 3 additional bedrooms. Impact doors and windows plus a generator.

6900MiraFlores.com Dennis Carvajal 786.255.3334 | dcarvajal@onesothebysrealty.com

6900 Mira Flores Avenue Coral Gables | Offered at $4,715,000


3830 Carole Court Coconut Grove | Offered at $6,500,000

6

6/1

7,400

11,544

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Welcome to your new waterfront home located in one of Coconut Grove’s most sought-after guard-gated communities. This home is just a short walk from the best schools and the charming village of “The Grove”. Your private backyard dock is just a minute from beautiful Biscayne Bay. You’ll enjoy bay views from the spectacular rooftop deck and the spacious interior features a home theatre, top-of-the-line finishes, high-end appliances, an elevator, wine cellar, gym and multi-level entertainment pools. All bedrooms have a private bath and balcony and there is a 5-car garage. Completion mid 2016.

3830CaroleCt.com Al Arostegui 305.962.1119 | aarostegui@onesothebysrealty.com

2

3/1

3,101

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

Enjoy a magnificent sunset view from a wrap-around balcony looking over Bal Harbour marina and ocean. This boutique building features resort-living facilities: restaurant, pool, gym, tennis court, beach access with chairs and umbrellas, party room. Private elevator will take you to an entry foyer leading to an open floor plan living room.This corner residence was designed with comfort in mind with an astonishing 3,101 sq. ft.! Includes two bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms and own balconies; master suite with two walking closets, jacuzzi tub. Elegant kitchen with granite countertops.

10101CollinsAv-7A.com Inna Mladenovic 305.608.0122 | inna@onesothebysrealty.com

10101 Collins Avenue, Unit 7A Bal Harbour | Offered at $2,350,000


10 Edgewater Drive, Unit 15AC Coral Gables | Offered at $5,895,000

4

4/1

7,500

1996

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

“Vista al Mar” at the Gables Club is an astounding sky residence with limitless water views to the east, south & west. Meticulously finished by the design firm of Holmes, Newman & Partners. It features 2 private & 1 private/ service elevator, 4-car underground parking & storage, media room, refined library, live-in staff quarters, wet bar, balconies, formal dining & several sitting areas with water views in all directions. The Gables Club is very sought-after & renowned for its world-class amenities.

10EdgewaterDr15A-C.com Mauricio J. Barba 305.439.8311 | mauricio@miamisignaturehomes.com

7

8/2

11,003

36,590

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

“Chateau Marseille” is a French influenced, newly constructed estate-sized home on a builder’s acre in much sought-after North Pinecrest. Offering 7 BR (masters on each level), 8 full BA + 2 half BA, office, theatre/media room, roofed summer kitchen/entertainment area, 3-car garage + motor court, 2 wood-burning fireplaces, elevator, 1,100-bottle wine cellar, 6-station Smart Home system, concrete shake roofing system & a climactic, sun-drenched pool with swim-up bar + jets. S.F. per plans.

ChateauMarseillePinecrest.com Mauricio J. Barba 305.439.8311 | mauricio@miamisignaturehomes.com

10915 SW 62 Avenue Pinecrest | Offered at $5,395,000


7

7/2

11,066

37,026

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

CASA TROPICAL - Brand new estate home offered by Case Construction. This state-of-the-art smart house blends a laid-back, Caribbean island lifestyle with modern accoutrements. Bonus rooms include a wine cellar, study and game/media room, as well as an upstairs den with wet bar. Detached guest suite and downstairs junior master offer flexibility. Upstairs master features an incredible sun deck with access to pool. Large open kitchen adjoins spacious family room.

12101 SW 62 Avenue Miami | Offered at $5,395,000

Ben Moss 305.793.4783 | bmoss@onesothebysrealty.com

Mauricio J. Barba 305.439.8311 | mauricio@miamisignaturehomes.com

Gabriela Dajer 786.290.3832 | gdajer@onesothebysrealty.com

3

3

2,122

2002

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Light-ďŹ lled, spacious and modern — this residence is perfect for a large family! There is the added bonus of an incredible terrace and a den which can be used as a third bedroom. This residence offers a spectacular location on the tip of South Beach. The Continuum is the ultimate address for luxury and comfort.

ContinuumSouth510.com Daniela Bonetti 305.582.1639 | dbonetti@onesothebysrealty.com

Daryl Fox 305.788.3699 | dfox@onesothebysrealty.com

100 S. Pointe Drive, Unit 510 Miami Beach | Offered at $4,629,000


3801 Collins Avenue, TH-2 Miami Beach | Offered at $4,990,000

3

4/1

3,376

2006

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Unique opportunity to own a beautiful home located directly on the beach. Four-story townhouse offers the privacy of a house with the amenities of a Luxury Condo. In-unit elevator will bring you to your private rooftop lounge with breathtaking beach and ocean views. Private entry directly into your townhome via the two-car garage. This home has been newly renovated with the finest finishes and attention to detail. European style kitchen with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, double ovens and eat-in area.

MosaicTH2.com Linda Degrave 305.528.5211 | linda@lindaknowsmiami.com

6

6

2

270’

bedrooms

bathrooms

kitchens

water frontage

Boater’s Dream. Rarely available, protected waterfront property in Miami Beach. This amazing property is Directly on a Wide Bay with 270’ water frontage. Protected, deep water dock for 110’ yacht. NO FIXED BRIDGES, only 10 minutes to Ocean access. Unique and Charming two-story main house with Separate two-story Guest house. Enjoy the bayfront swimming pool and cabana. Only blocks from the beautiful sandy beaches.

Linda Degrave 305.528.5211 | linda@lindaknowsmiami.com

Miami Beach Offered at $4,750,000


341 Royal Plaza Drive Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $4,500,000

6

6/2

6,610

2014

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

MagniďŹ cent, new, custom waterfront residence located in the prestigious Las Olas Isles with 100 foot dock. The home features Nuvo Grand Concerto Multi Room Sound System, Lutron Wireless Lighting System, Thermador appliance package, 4 Zone AC, elevator, outdoor kitchen, 8 security camera system, central vacuum and is ready to move in! Excellent builders, home warranty is included!

341RoyalPlazaDr.com Sandra Tagliamonte 954.818.4219 | stagliamonte@onesothebysrealty.com

8

6/2

7,127

25,785

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

This unique home located on 425 feet of deep water boasts a gourmet kitchen overlooking the water and pool, a private office, game room, family room, loft, elevator, a 60 KW generator and a garage that can hold up to 4 cars. With a large backyard, this home is great for kids. Situated in the highly sought-after gated community of Bay Colony, the possibility of having over 895 feet of deep water on your own private cul-de-sac is an option as well.

10CompassPoint.com Sandra Tagliamonte 954.818.4219 | stagliamonte@onesothebysrealty.com

10 Compass Point Bay Colony | Offered at $4,499,000


119 Paloma Drive Coral Gables | Offered at $4,365,000

6

6/1

6,103

14,984

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Make Villa Paloma your new home, located in a central and highly desired location in the exclusive Cocoplum neighborhood in Coral Gables. Private boat dock can hold up to a 90 ft boat with only one bridge to bay. Movie theater with seating for 18 and temperature controlled wine cellar. Built in 2000 and ready for a new owner! Appointment only and please provide 24-hour notice for showing.

119PalomaDr.com Mayi de la Vega 305.778.7990 | mayi@onesothebysrealty.com

Gladys (Gigi) Zunjic 786.554.5932 | gzunjic@onesothebysrealty.com

7

6/2

9,673

34,466

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Beautiful, custom-built Key West style home situated on large, lusciously landscaped lot. Great floor plan with open spaces, high ceilings and impact windows throughout. Gourmet open kitchen, family room with bar area and separate office/guest house. Exquisite finishes include handmade crown moldings, custom shutters, elevator and over 3,000 sq. ft. of covered, wrap-around balconies. Beautiful grounds with a summer kitchen, fountains and covered terraces.

Mayi de la Vega 305.778.7990 | mayi@onesothebysrealty.com

Gabriela Dajer 786.290.3832 | gdajer@onesothebysrealty.com

580 Puerta Avenue Coral Gables | Offered at $4,250,000


4

3/1

3,334

8,127

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Direct Oceanfront Beach House on the sand. South Florida living at its Best. One of 49 homes on Fort Lauderdale’s beachfront. Best Deal on the beach. Enjoy a piece of paradise. Have a vacation every day. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths. Home with views from almost every room. Open oor plan. Great for entertaining. A must-see.

DirectOceanfrontBeachHome.com Susan Rindley

3040 N. Atlantic Boulevard Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $3,599,000

954.294.5686 | srindley@onesothebysrealty.com

715 Bayshore Drive, Unit 401 Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $2,595,000 3

5

4,707

2004

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Direct Intracoastal 2-Story Luxury Condo with water views from every room, huge balconies, gourmet kitchen with double ovens and dishwashers, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and 3-car garage. Watch the most beautiful sunsets from this one-of-a-kind townhouse in the sky. So unique you can just park your car and walk right into your private entrance for complete privacy. Enjoy living at La Rive, a boutique building with superior amenities. Perfect Location for quick walk to beach, minutes to Las Olas, shopping or dining. Available at $551 per square foot.

LaRiveLuxuryWaterfront.com Susan Rindley 954.294.5686 | srindley@onesothebysrealty.com


6

6/1

6,850

37,050

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Contemporary & European architecture Estate in the heart of sophisticated & exclusive Pinecrest. Brand new Smart Home Masterpiece showcasing impressive 24-ft high ceilings, natural light, modern chef’s kitchen w/Quartz countertops, induction cooktop & Thermador appliances. Floating double vanity & solid teak shower floor in elegant master bath. Indulge in innovative sparkling lap pool while kids play in separate pool amongst majestic oak trees, all completely gated in for privacy. Created by Eurohabit USA.

6800 SW 112 Street Pinecrest | Offered at $3,499,000

6800SW112St.com Michael Martinez 305.979.9367 | mmartinez@michaelmartinezrealtor.com

1

1/1

1,031

2005

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Gorgeous Waterfront residence located in prestigious Carbonell Building. This amazing unit has Spectacular Biscayne Bay & Brickell views. Offered completely furnished w/1,031SF of Chic Living Space, floor-to-ceiling windows Allow Natural Lighting Throughout. Well-appointed vast open floor plan highlights elegant taste. Enjoy State Of The Art Kitchen w/Granite Countertops and Spacious Italian Style Cabinetry, Sub-Zero and Miele Appliances. Beautiful building with great amenities.

901BrickellKeyBlvd-3401.com Michael Martinez 305.979.9367 | mmartinez@michaelmartinezrealtor.com

901 Brickell Key Boulevard, Unit 3401 Miami | Offered at $650,000


7

8/1

7,609

38,855

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

CUSTOM MEDITERRANEAN S. PINECREST ESTATE. Double gated motor court welcomes you with spacious open areas in formal living & dining, large family room that opens to patio with summer kitchen. Upstairs master bedroom with office/sitting room and private terrace. Large master bath with separate shower, Jacuzzi and onyx floors. Gourmet kitchen with breakfast area. Play/movie room with bath & closet. Double stairs, full house generator, impact windows, Crestron lights & cameras, lit basket court, freeform heated pool and 3-car garage.

6740 SW 133 Terrace Pinecrest | Offered at $3,398,000

6740SW133Terr.com Claudia Fernandez 305.733.1769 | cfernandez@onesothebysrealty.com

5

5/1

5,360

16,031

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Beautiful Estate home in the exclusive guard-gated private community of Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club in Coral Gables. Enjoy golf, tennis, boating, gym and restaurant all within the community. Family room adjoining kitchen with eat-in area and a full wet bar for entertaining. House is on the largest lot with water view from backyard. Large spaces with top-quality finishes throughout, garage for three fullsize cars. Enjoy Florida resort living at its best.

13678DeeringBayDr.com Claudia Fernandez 305.733.1769 | cfernandez@onesothebysrealty.com

13678 Deering Bay Drive Coral Gables | Offered at $2,900,000


4080 Ensenada Avenue Coconut Grove | Offered at $2,495,000

4

4/1

4,404

6,613

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Just completed modern home with the intention that simplicity is the new luxury. Great urban location with an inspired lifestyle. Gated ipe wood entry. Open floor plan with 10′ windows and seamless integration of the outside spaces. Designer kitchen with Sub Zero, Wolfe, and Miele appliances. Floating metal and oak staircase. One bedroom down and the upstairs features a Florida room and 3 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. All concrete construction. Smart House system. Private Police Patrol.

4080Ensenada.com Jo-Ann Forster 305.778.5555 | JoAnn@UniqueHomesOfMiami.com

Brian Forster Shapiro 305.978.8655 | Brian@UniqueHomesOfMiami.com

6

6/1

7,551

95,832

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (sf)

Want an experience and not just a home? Explore your own personal paradise on 2.2 acres of a natural hardwood hammock. Located across from Journey’s End behind a gated entry, enjoy a 400 ft. inspiring drive to living architecture. Custom designed by Charles Harrison Pawley, one of a kind modern home and guest house, filled with stunning high cypress wood beamed ceilings, soaring skylights and walls of glass. Light infused spaces in and out. Live. Play. Relax.

9420OldCutler.com Jo-Ann Forster 305.778.5555 | JoAnn@UniqueHomesOfMiami.com

Brian Forster Shapiro 305.978.8655 | Brian@UniqueHomesOfMiami.com

9420 Old Cutler Road Coral Gables | Offered at $5,200,000


3

2/1

2,353

2001

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Amazing panoramic views from this corner unit in soughtafter Three Tequesta Brickell Key. Tons of natural light shine through floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. High ceilings, spacious wrap-around balcony, and updated eat-in kitchen. Enjoy the pool, fitness center and tennis courts. Island amenities include 2 parks, playgrounds, Restaurants, Market, Beauty Salon, Dry Cleaners among others.

848 Brickell Key Drive, Unit 4301 Miami | Offered at $1,899,000

848BrickellKeyDr-4301.com

June Savage 786.202.3211 | jsavage@onesothebysrealty.com

2

2/1

1,500

2008

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Spectacular turnkey unit at Epic with a large den that is currently being used as a spacious dining room. Only the finest finishes: Italian 36”x36” rectified porcelain tiles, Bose surround sound, electronic blackout/sheer shades, enhanced interior and exterior lighting, refrigerated wine cooler & bar, polished concrete floors on terrace. Luxurious master bath with separate jacuzzi tub & shower. Miele, Bosch & Sub-Zero appliances. Prestigious Hotel amenities: Exhale Spa, Zuma, 24-hour room service and five pools.

200BiscayneBlvd-3408.com Mayi de la Vega 305.778.7990 | mayi@onesothebysrealty.com

Gabriela Dajer 786.290.3832 | gdajer@onesothebysrealty.com

200 Biscayne Boulevard, Unit 3408 Miami | Offered at $1,399,000


3100 N. Ocean Boulevard, Unit 2601 Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $1,539,000

3

2/1

3,050

1997

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Furnished Turnkey Sub Penthouse with privately keyed elevator entry. Walk into this spectacular residence and be captivated with its breathtaking Ocean, Intracoastal and Skyline views with all rooms opening onto expansive balconies. Floor-to-ceiling windows curtain the light-filled living space with a split floor plan, rich marble floors, custom lighting and window treatments. State-of-the-art culinary kitchen, lavish master suite, 1 garage space, 1 storage unit and 5-star amenities complete this rare offering on the ocean.

LHermitage2601.com Melanie Schrand 954.817.1056 | mschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

David Schrand 954.673.2871 | dschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

3

2/1

2,332

1998

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Step off your privately keyed elevator into this lightdrenched, flow-through design with mesmerizing, direct ocean and intracoastal views that rejuvenate the soul. This perfectly modern residence is embellished with Venetian plaster, designer lighting, custom windows treatments and gourmet, chef’s kitchen while seemlessly blending indoor and outdoor spaces with floor-to-ceiling glass. One secured garage space and five-star amenities complete this significant sky home, a rare offering on the oceanfront.

LHermitage1902.com Melanie Schrand 954.817.1056 | mschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

David Schrand 954.673.2871 | dschrand@onesothebysrealty.com

3200 N. Ocean Boulevard, Unit 1902 Fort Lauderdale | Offered at $1,399,000


1

2

1,210

1993

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Prestigious Bristol tower — highest 06 line apartment, rarely available! This oversized (1,210 sq. ft.), modern and professionally decorated 1-bedroom + den has a huge terrace with unobstructed views of Miami’s skyline. Apartment’s open floor plan makes it great for entertaining and is move-in ready.

2127 Brickell Avenue, Unit 1906 Miami | Offered at $900,000

2127BrickellAv-1906.com Alina de la Vega 305.335.8219 | adelavega@onesothebysrealty.com

Daniela Fernandez 305.965.0546 | dfernandez@onesothebysrealty.com

6

5

3,616

2005

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

year built

Bright, modern and completely redone! This hard to find, one-story, 6-bedroom home has a great open floor plan with dining room, formal living room and a spacious kitchen with family room. This is an extraordinary, oversized lot measuring 12,000 Sq. Ft. with a spacious patio, pool and lush professional landscaping. Located on exclusive and private Island drive. Home is ideal for entertaining and family living.

181 Island Drive Key Biscayne | Offered at $15,000/month

181IslandDr.com Daniela Fernandez 305.965.0546 | dfernandez@onesothebysrealty.com


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3255 Buffalo Run | Tarpon Springs

Offered at $14,300,000

Located thirty minutes from Tampa International Airport, this magnificent Mediterranean 16 acre estate encompasses a main residence with 21,000 square feet under roof and a guest house with 6200 square feet under roof with 9 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. One of the many unique features of this family focused home is “The Village”, a whimsical entertaining wing comprising a movie house with marquee, a pub, a poker and cigar room, loft style music lounge, an ice-cream shop and a book store/library. Straight out of Jurassic Park, the pool has 14 tumbling waterfalls, a lazy river, a rope bridge, a water slide through the mountain and a swim up Tiki bar. If that is not enough, this fun filled home also has a 1200 bottle capacity sunken wine cellar, a gym containing full circuit fitness equipment and an attached spa with a choice of sauna or steam room.

Diane Swainston 727.688.8875 | diane.swainston@sothebysrealty.com

Robyn Gunn 727.421.7234 | robyn.gunn@sothebysrealty.com

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Bel-Air Trophy Estate | Bel Air, CA

This stunning, museum quality moderne estate rests atop an intimate cul-desac in the hills of Bel-Air. Awe-inspiring vistas surround this striking architectural home. Grand foyer and public rooms are sheathed in the ďŹ nest materials. Walls of glass and oversized steel doors bathe the gallery-style residence in natural light. The substantial foor plan features ďŹ ve en-suite bedrooms, two powder rooms and an oversized study/library. The expansive rear grounds are highlighted by an entertainment pavilion, large pool, lounge deck and pool bath, all showcasing the breathtaking views beyond. This is a true trophy estate and rare offering.

Tomer Fridman 310.926.3777 | tomer.fridman@sothebysrealty.com

Price Upon Request

5

5/2

bedrooms

bathrooms

11,000

38,000

living area (sf)

lot size (sf)


2 Clifton Place Irvington, NY | Offered at $14,750,000

13

11

19,720

5

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (ac)

Located 13 miles from New York City, this estate offers a breathtaking location and exceptional features that could not be replicated today. Meticulously restored and luxuriously updated for the ultimate 21st century lifestyle. Remarkable interior features 16ft ceiling, 13 sets of floorto-ceiling French doors, an exquisite Lord & Burnham conservatory and a 3 bedroom guest cottage. A 2015 lower level renovation complete with state-of-the art recreation space, a catering facility, home theatre, wine cellar, saunas and more. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime ownership opportunity!

JuliaBFee.com Dalia Valdes 914.772.8002 | dalia.valdes@juliabfee.com

5

6

5,300

0.89

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (ac)

Satisfy your Golf and Equestrian lifestyle on this spectacular property located on the exclusive Sleepy Hollow Country Club, 30 minutes from New York City. Spectacular river views and magnificently landscaped property make this a standout home. The Newport-style house has been brilliantly renovated with countless artistic flourishes to create a stunning and inviting place. Exceptional features include a dramatic two-story living room with a gallery walkway; a splendid kitchen/great room with antiquestyled bar; romantic master suite with vaulted ceiling and a to-die-for dressing area; a custom-built 800-bottle wine cellar/tasting room complete this dreamy estate home.

JuliaBFee.com Dalia Valdes 914.772.8002 | dalia.valdes@juliabfee.com

148 Tower Hill Scarborough, NY | Offered at $3,175,000


125 Chateaux Drive Palm Beach | Offered at $13,950,000

6

6/2

7,442

176’x163’

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size

Pristine Contemporary residence designed by iconic contemporary architect Milton Klein. The home is situated on .65 acres on private Chateaux Drive, a mid-town oceanblock street with gated beach access. The house features a new state of the art Alno Kitchen, Italian marble throughout first floor and floor to ceiling glass surrounded by privacy walled lush gardens. Master Suite is complete with separate his & her baths, large individual walk-in closets and adjacent office or den.

SothebysHomes.com Cristina Condon 561.301.2211 | cristina.condon@sothebyshomes.com

Bill Kirk 561.267.2140 | bill.kirk@sothebyshomes.com

6

6/2

7,210

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

This unique oceanfront duplex is the only two-story double unit in the entire Ritz-Carlton Residences. Fabulous ocean and Intracoastal views from this one-of-a-kind unit. Huge balconies and top-of-the-line appliances and finishes throughout. Enjoy oceanfront living coupled with the fabulous amenities and services only the Ritz-Carlton can offer.

SothebysHomes.com Cristina Condon 561.301.2211 | cristina.condon@sothebyshomes.com

Todd Peter 561.281.0031 | todd.peter@sothebyshomes.com

2700 N. Ocean Drive Singer Island | Offered at $6,195,000


7

90

47

beaches

elevations (ft)

lot size (ac)

A 47 acre, captivating private island with a protected deep-water harbour easily accessible from the Atlantic side. 7 beautiful sandy beaches and elevations up to 90’. Situated just north of Normans Cay. World-class sailing, ďŹ shing and boating. The Bahamas has no income, capital gains or inheritance taxes.

SIRBahamas.com George Damianos 242.424.9699 | george.damianos@sothebysrealty.com

Saddleback Cay, Exuma Cays Bahamas | Offered at $11,800,000

6

5

7,000

2.8

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

lot size (ac)

Spectacular island estate with 6 bedrooms in 3 buildings with beautiful ocean and island views. Located on the quaint island of Elbow Cay known for fishing, sailing, boating and white sand beaches. Property includes 2 adjacent oceanfront lots and a tennis court. The Bahamas has no income, capital gains or inheritance taxes.

Coconut Grove Estate, Elbow Cay Abaco | Offered at $3,900,000

SIRBahamas.com George Damianos 242.424.9699 | george.damianos@sothebysrealty.com


622 N. Flagler Drive, Unit 702 West Palm Beach | Offered at $4,475,000

3

3/1

4,475

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

One Watermark Place, located directly on the Intracoastal Waterway with unsurpassed views of the Waterway and Palm Beach Island, offers the ultimate in luxurious condominium living with every imaginable amenity. The grand salon and family room offer gracious entertaining space and Intracoastal views. The family room opens to the gourmet kitchen which opens to a butler’s pantry. The master suite includes spacious his and her closets. Three terraces add another approximately 712 square feet of space to enjoy.

SothebysHomes.com Cristina Condon 561.301.2211 | cristina.condon@sothebyshomes.com

3

3

1,965

bedrooms

bathrooms

living (sf)

Fabulous Intracoastal views from all rooms in this beautifully updated 3-bedroom, 3-bath apartment in the Palm Beach Biltmore. The spacious apartment has approximately 1,965 living square feet and the included cabana is approximately 221 square feet. This is a full amenity building and includes private beach club with dining room, 24 hour security, there is a private dock available, Lake Trail, 2 clay tennis courts, parking garage, sauna, exercise room, Olympic-size pool and full-time concierge services.

SothebysHomes.com Cristina Condon 561.301.2211 | cristina.condon@sothebyshomes.com

150 Bradley Place, Unit 412 Palm Beach | Offered at $2,500,000


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ONE on One By MichelLe lee RIBEIRO

Jonathan Adler

The always-witty potter, designer, and author talks about what inspires him in the world of design.

ONE: What does “good design” mean to you? JA: Good design looks like it should just be that way. It looks like it was uncovered rather than created. And it makes you feel even more glamorous than you already are. ONE: What surprises you today in the area of design? JA: That people still think there are rules. We live in an anything-goes world where people mix prices, styles, and eras, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Love what you love unapologetically. ONE: You’ve moved from pottery to pillows to sofas—and even design men’s accessories now. Is there anything you haven’t yet touched that you would like to? JA: I’d love to design a car, inside and out. ONE: What top three qualities do you think make a good designer? JA: Patience, an eye for silhouette and proportion, and an inability to successfully do anything else in life. ONE: Do you have a favorite artist? JA: Right now, it’s Ed Paschke.

En Bon E’tat, 1985, Ed Paschke

ONE: Which city do you find the most inspiring? JA: New York is the most stimulating and creative city on Earth. There is inspiration around every corner. I grew up in a tiny farm town, but New York has made me me. ONE: What’s your favorite piece in your home? JA: My new Aries table. It’s a pared-down interpretation of the classic ram’s head table but done in purple Lucite. It makes me feel like an eccentric glamourpuss. ONE: If you were to make up your own job title for yourself, what would it be? JA: Call me anything. But call me “impossibly young and handsome” and I’ll like that even better.

Aries table, $3,500, Jonathan Adler Miami, 4040 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, 305.576.0900, jonathanadler.com

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