By Annie Kurnick By Annie Kurnick | December 2, 2021 | Home & Real Estate Art
EMBELLISHED IN LUSTROUS BACCARAT CRYSTALS, BACCARAT RESIDENCES MIAMI LAUNCHES SALES FOR ITS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED GRAND OPENING IN 2025, BRINGING ELEGANT FRENCH DESIGN, EXCLUSIVE ARTWORK AND WHITE-GLOVE SERVICE TO OUR SHORES.
PHOTO BY EUGENIO AMPUDIA/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION
As Miami ascends into a globally recognized epicenter for a plethora of new and innovative creative projects, the city’s real estate industry refuses to slow down. While the city experiences a lineup of ritzy home debuts, Baccarat Residences Miami is luring in a new wave of homeowners while boasting 360 palatial luxury residences inclusive of a classic French design, massive living areas, floor-to-ceiling windows and an impressive display of exclusive artwork.
“Untitled” by Pavel Acosta (site-specific mural) ARTWORK: BY PAVEL ACOSTA/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION; BY JULIO LE PARC/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION
Birthed through a first-time collaboration between Related Group and SH Hotels & Resorts, the real estate and hospitality powerhouses unite to deliver an unparalleled living experience within the 75-story high-rise.
Raising a glass to the French crystal company’s 250-year heritage alongside the beauty of Miami’s most coveted features, the strategically placed residential tower is flanked on either side by separate bodies of water to offer dazzling panoramic views. With bold architectural details envisioned by Arquitectonica, the esteemed firm’s exterior design inspiration is rooted in the etchings of Baccarat’s most timeless crystal pieces.
Head-on view of “Torsion 1” (1999-2014) by Julio Le Parc. ARTWORK: BY JULIO LE PARC/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION
Upon entrance into the residential masterpiece, homeowners are hypnotized by an array of creative installations made to complement the blend of an 18th century French design with modern Miami by New York-based designer Meyer Davis. With a carefully curated selection of artwork on display throughout the tower, all Baccarat-inspired pieces are meant to add dialog to the exquisite crystal detail adorning the building.
View facing up of “Torsion 1” (1999-2014) by Julio Le Parc ARTWORK: BY JULIO LE PARC/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION
Crafted with almost 3,300 translucent acrylic squares, a red sphere by Julio Le Parc dazzles in the space as a contemporary interpretation of a chandelier. Enveloping the viewer in a reflection of red, the installation graces the grounds with its eye-catching beauty.
Close-up of Pavel Acosta’s “Untitled” mural ARTWORK: BY PAVEL ACOSTA/COURTESY OF JORGE M. PÉREZ COLLECTION
From showcasing geometric diamond shapes by Kenneth Noland to a site-specific black-and-white mural by Pavel Acosta and photography by Eugenio Ampudia, the gleaming artwork harmonizes with the establishment’s commitment to endless luxury while elevating the already-glamorous Miami lifestyle. With sales recently launched and the tower set for completion in 2025, expect Miami’s new jewel to serve as a monumental city statement, viewed as a state-of-the-art installation from both the sea and the land. 444 Brickell Ave., Miami, @baccarat_miami_residences