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THE RESORT STYLE RITZ-CARLTON RESIDENCES IN MIAMI BEACH ARE DESIGNED BY PIERO LISSONI

June 20, 2015

The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach, a waterfront condo complex designed by Italian architect and furniture designer Piero Lissoni, is slated to open next year

Luxury Real Estate

An Italian architect and designer, known for his contemporary furniture design, Piero Lissoni is the artist behind the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach project, scheduled to open as early as next year. A Miami-based Real Estate Investment Firm Lionheart Capital announces the prices at the Ritz-Carlton Residences ranging from $2 million to $40 million for condominium residences and single-family villas. The property is promised to be both luxurious and unique, due to the addition of a communal arts studio.

The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami will thrill with their over-the-top amenities, which will include seven acres of tropically-landscaped gardens, pools, entertainment spaces and a private marina set on a quiet corner where lake, ocean and waterway meet. Expansive residences will redefine Miami Modern, incorporating natural materials and framed views with resort-style service and detailed Italian craftsmanship. The two- to four-bedroom homes range in size from 1,700 to over 10,000 square feet, in a selection of over 60 floor plans, with striking interiors also custom-designed by Lissoni.

The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach, will be equipped with Piero Lissoni designed, Boffi kitchens, oversized stone countertops, Gaggenau appliances and built-in coffee systems, along with equally impressive Boffi master bathrooms, complete with Dornbracht fixtures. Every residence will be wired for smart-home technology and many will include private elevator foyers, sprawling terraces, summer kitchens and plunge pools.

The studio space, which is created for the residents of the complex’s 111 condominium residences and 15 single-family villas, includes easels for painting, wall space for canvases, a library filled with art books for inspiration, a stone surface for sculpting, a table for jewelry making and beading as well as a working sink. Most impressively, perfect painting conditions will be available 24/7 courtesy of a glowing wall that imitates natural north-facing daylight.

C”ondominium developments have media and gaming rooms but no rooms for artistic expression. There is a need in society now for more hands-on creative work. Art is like therapy – everyone needs an outlet. “– Ricardo Dunin, founding partner, of Lionheart Capital