This residence is a nod to the architectural history of Miami beach in the 1930s. It was designed by the famous Italian architect Antonio Citterio, especially known for his work with Bulgari, Valentino and Hermes. Those appartments are a mix of Italian and Brazilian sensibilities; all have a simple yet modern design with natural materials, including European white oak floors with Roman travertine walls with wide wing wings, bronze details and large windows that leave the Florida sunshine behind. This three-bedroom, 291 m2 home also features a 213,77 m2 terrace overlooking the white beach and endless ocean. It offers a wide range of amenities including a 75-times indoor pool, an outdoor pool and an ocean meditation pool, a tennis court, a fitness center and a yoga studio, a sauna and steam room. There is a hammam, a lane runner for pets and a private temperature-controlled parking lot.