Architecture and design firm
gave this Miami Beach penthouse a complete redesign, pairing clean and simple lines with glamorous furnishings and 1970s-inspired accents. Featuring a mixture of the client's antique pieces with custom-made new furnishings, the end result is a luxurious and welcoming home. Brown Davis 68
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The long gallery hallway off the elevator foyer was segemented with architectural pilasters and a bold black-and-white inlaid floor.
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The formal dining area features a birdseye maple dining table that was designed by Brown Davis and made by Keith Fritz Fine Furniture. The table is sleek and stylish with a gray finish and brass accent trim. Continuining the glamorous look of the dining space are the dining chairs, also designed by Brown Davis, which are upholstered in a lush plum-colored velvet.
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The client's gorgeous antique rug was the foundation for the living room. The 1970's-style sofa, ottoman and bar stool were custom designed by Brown Davis. The client's Steinway piano was ebonized from a walnut finish for a more dramatic accent.
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The bar area is a multi-functional space that encourages entertainment, reading and conversation. The striking brass bar stools were custom made by Brown Davis and feature plum-colored lizard leather upholstery.
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The open kitchen and media room is focused around the oversized island where the owner often entertains while cooking. The 1970’s vintage Murano chandelier was found by the designers in Italy.
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A large reception gallery marries the living, dining and kitchen areas. The bench was custom designed by Brown Davis and made by Keith Fritz Fine Furniture.
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The curved desk in the den features ebonized birdseye maple with a nickel inlay detail. It was custom designed by Brown Davis and built by Keith Fritz Fine Furniture. The rug is a Kyle Bunting custom-colored carpet.
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The master bedroom is punctuated by a bold pop of color from the purple maccassar ebony bedside table, which is part of the Brown Davis for Keith Fritz Fine Furniture collection.
Photography by Moris Moreno