Iosa Ghini Associati designs the interiors of the Brickell Flatiron, a new residential building in the heart of Miami
Brickell Flatiron is among the tallest residential buildings in the center of Miami. Iosa Ghini Associati, which has recently designed the Marconi Express in Bologna, has worked on the interior design project, using only Made in Italy materials, finishes and furnishings.
Made in Italy furniture at Brickell Flatiron in Miami
The 64-story tower houses 549 apartments. The curvilinear shape of the structure has made it possible to create different kinds of dwellings, penthouses and duplex residences. Each apartment has Italian finishes and furnishings. Bathroom furniture is by Milldue, while the kitchens, equipped with steel and stone countertops, are by Snaidero. The doors are supplied by Barausse, chairs by Livoni, marble floors and surfaces by Margraf. Soft furniture is by Moroso and Smania, decorative plasters by Oikos and carpets by Sartori, just to name a few.
Apartments floors are in porcelain stoneware, with recessed lighting systems, and large elliptical balconies offer panoramic views of the city. Innovative technological systems meet any need and make every corner of the house comfortable.
Brickell Flatiron’s amenities
On the seventeenth and eighteenth floors of the condominium are an Olympic-size swimming pool, a movie theater, a wine tasting area, an event space, a game room and an area dedicated to remote working. On the 64th floor, Perla is the Sky Spa offering 360-degree views of Miami, which includes a rooftop pool, a spa with therapeutic services, Turkish bath, sauna and locker rooms. The 600-square-foot gym features high-tech equipment and an aerobics room for Pilates and yoga classes. A very sophisticated space to take care of one’s body and mind, furnished with raw materials such as onyx, ivory and marble, and metals with warm colors such as brass, bronze and copper.
Brickell Flatiron in Miami also features a 24/7 concierge and garage, bicycle and private storage space, six high-speed elevators and a freight elevator.
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