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.
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.