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This three-bedroom, 4,302-sq-ft home also has a 2,300-sq-ft wraparound terrace looking out onto endless ocean.
By Emma Reynolds | July 27 2020
Arte Surfside Residences give a nod to Miami Beach’s 1930s architectural history, and they were conceptualized by renowned Italian architect Antonio Citterio, best-known for his work with Bulgari, Valentino and Hermès. The 16 homes are a cross between Italian and Brazilian design sensibilities; each has a simple yet modern design using natural materials, including wide-plank European white-oak floors, Roman travertine walls (an ancient stone used throughout the building), bronze detailing and large windows that allow the Florida sunshine to stream through. This three-bedroom, 4,302-sq-ft home also has a 2,300-sq-ft wraparound terrace looking out onto the white-sand beach and endless ocean. The residences come furnished and have world-class appliances, like a Gaggenau stove and a full-height wine refrigerator, and spa-like bathroom amenities, including a sculptural soaking tub that doubles as a piece of art.