This incredible contemporary home was completed in 2008 by design studio Brown Davis Interiors in Miami Beach, Florida. The home had been previously built on spec and was never lived in, featuring rather large and modern, cold spaces. The developer who had originally built the home with the housing boom had lost interest when the market went bust. Giving the designers a blank slate to work with, they filled the residence with art they had been collecting over the years. They wanted to make the home comfortable and inviting, with the design theme being an updated 1970’s sexy Miami modern.
This alluring residence boasts 6,442 square feet of living space with six bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms with every amenity imaginable. The interiors feature high ceilings, impeccable design, elevator, media room and a smart house security system. The modern home has numerous large French doors that spill out onto a 50 foot long narrow pool, perfect for laps or just cooling off in the heat. This sleek design retains the contemporary features of the home and is surrounded by inviting furnishings and landscaping. There is also an outdoor Jacuzzi, cabana bath and boat dock. There is also an air conditioned garage that has a lift and a rooftop deck, perfect for viewing Biscayne Bay and the fabulous cityscape.
1960’s Italian Brass table, Milo Bauman dining chairs covered in Mongolian sheep skin.
Photos: Lawrence Schiller
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