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By Lauren Hill | January 8 2018
Just a short journey from Miami, the tropical oasis Fisher Island is considered one of the country’s most exclusive pockets of land; it was once a private retreat for the Vanderbilt family. Designed by Miami-based architect Kobi Karp, Palazzo del Sol is the island’s latest and most luxurious condominium. And of all the palatial homes within Palazzo del Sol, the Artefacto residence stands out most. The Brazilian design firm this dwelling is named after was chosen to curate the five-bedroom apartment, which features 7,600 interior sq ft and an outdoor terrace commanding views over Miami Beach Marina, the Atlantic Ocean and the Fisher Island golf course. Throughout the residence, contemporary decor in shades of gray and silver creates a backdrop for artworks, silk rugs and stylish furnishings, along with unique design accents like the master bedroom’s book-matched marble wall.