Wallpaper*: The new residential developments set to reshape Miami's skyline
Architecture / 10 Jun 2016 / By Ellie Stathaki and Maya Sorabjee
Miami’s Biscayne Bay is set to become home to a glamorous, appropriately glittering addition – the first residential development associated with the Italian fashion house Missoni.
Spearheaded by Vladislav Doronin’s Miami-based development company, OKO Group, the 57-storey residential tower is set to occupy 200 ft of the bay’s waterfront. The property has been designed by Asymptote Architecture and makes full use of Missoni’s signature aesthetic and its Missoni Home collections on the inside. Residents will also enjoy the full range of Missoni bath and body amenities in the comfort of their own homes. The luxury doesn’t stop there either. Five swimming pools, a deck lined with cabanas, tennis courts, a fitness centre, concierge, valet and well-shaded terraces to accompany each unit are just some of the features that Missoni Baia has up its stylish sleeves.