ON TOP OF THE WORLD

LOOK­ING TO NA­TURE, PAULO BAC­CHI AND HIS TEAM AT ARTE­FACTO RE­DE­FINE WATER­FRONT LUX­URY LIV­ING WITH THE S Y VILLA PENT­HOUSE.

Ocean Drive - - Contents July/august 2017 - BY JEAN NAYAR

Look­ing to na­ture, Paulo Bac­chi and his team at Arte­facto re­de­fine water­front lux­ury liv­ing with the Sky Villa pent­house.

Among the many spec­tac­u­lar new high-rise con­do­mini­ums swiftly chang­ing the face of Sunny Isles, the re­cently com­pleted Château Beach is one of the stand­outs. De­vel­oped by Ar­gentina-based Château Group and de­signed by Uruguayan star ar­chi­tect Car­los Ott, best known for his de­sign of the Bastille Opera in Paris, the slen­der, cur­va­ceous struc­ture with its mix of ho­tel-style ameni­ties aims to el­e­vate ocean­front liv­ing to new heights. And any­one seek­ing a sump­tu­ous dwelling here need look no fur­ther than the Sky Villa—a turnkey 9,000-square-foot du­plex of­fered by the de­vel­oper on the penul­ti­mate pent­house floor—which epit­o­mizes lux­u­ri­ous Mi­ami liv­ing at its best.

Fit­ted out by a team led by de­sign vi­sion­ary Paulo Bac­chi, pres­i­dent of Arte­facto (Mi­ami’s go-to source of high-qual­ity, mod­ern Brazil­ian fur­nish­ings), the Sky Villa plays off the ocean­side set­ting and seam­lessly at­tunes to Ott’s broader na­turein­spired vi­sion. Sit­u­ated ad­ja­cent to pro­tected park land, which en­sures that its sea views will re­main un­ob­structed, the tower is sur­rounded by thought­ful land­scap­ing, with climb­ing ivy and col­or­ful bougainvil­lea, na­tive oak, cy­press, buttonwood, iconic Royal palms,

Trop­i­cal opu­lence: The thought­fully ap­pointed Sky Villa du­plex atop Château Beach Res­i­dences in Sunny Isles is on the mar­ket for $18.5 mil­lion.

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