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The newest luxury residential development on the stately Fisher Island in Miami Beach, Palazzo Del Sol, has a new turnkey residence that is fully outfitted in the Bottega Veneta Home Collection. A proper showcase of leather and linen, the collection is a modern industrial interior design dream come true. If gunmetal and brushed bronze finishes, espresso and oak wood, rosy upholstery, and the overall air of sophistication define your taste, then read on. Your dream home is officially on the market.
This residence in Palazzo Del Sol's development "represents the pinnacle of quality, craftsmanship, luxury, and sophistication," according to the CEO of Fisher Island Holdings, Heinrich von Hanau. Rich natural hues complement the collection's signature furnishings, from white marble and brushed steel furniture to the luxe floor, ceiling, and table intrecciato weave lamps. This particular four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom space will provide its future resident with an experience steeped in over fifty years of design expertise. It will be a smart, balanced backdrop to a sophisticated resident's modern lifestyle.
The pride that those involved have in this partnership between Palazzo Del Sol and Bottega Veneta is well placed, as the design and amenities of this 5,000-square-foot residence truly go above and beyond. The home is complete with a private elevator entry, wide plank European oak wood flooring throughout, Lualdi interior doors, a Boffi gourmet kitchen, and a Boffi master bathroom clad in Margraf statuaria book-matched marble. In addition to its one-of-a-kind interior, residence at any of the Palazzo Del Sol homes comes complete with a custom Garia golf cart, the preferred way to get around the 216-acre private island, as well as a butler-staffed apertivo bar and waterfront lounge, private movie theater, massage rooms, hair and makeup salon, business center, state-of-the-art fitness center, children’s playroom designed by Kidville and contemporary pool terrace with towel and refreshment service.
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As the label's first residential project in the United States, this showcase of the Bottega Veneta Home Collection is another step into the world of interior design for the iconic Italian fashion house––one that proves how much they belong there.
Keep an eye out as well for Palazzo Del Sol’s sister property, Palazzo Della Luna, which is currently under construction and will be completed in Summer 2019. Current availability for three- to seven-bedroom residences at both properties starts at $6.5 million.