How Porsche Design Tower Matched Its Spectacular Views With Equally Stunning Interiors

By Genesis M. Perez | November 20, 2018 | Home & Real Estate

When you can drive right up to your mansion in the sky and take in spectacular views from every window, does the section you put in your living room really matter? Yes, it does. Very much. Here, a look at the stunning new interior design created exclusively for Miami's most luxurious tower.

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Breathtaking views, top-of-the-line architecture and amazing amenities can be found in many a luxury apartment building these days. But the Porsche Design Tower has one truly unique feature: “The Dezervator”—a car lift that transports driver and wheels right up to their apartment. Named after developer Gil Dezer, it’s what you would call a mic drop in the world of luxury development.

So now with the iconic charcoal exterior of the tower and the supremely innovative elevator thingy—how do you make the interiors of the units equally distinctive? For that, the developers turned to luxury furniture brand Roche Bobois. Together with interior designer Hernan Arriaga, they’ve filled the model residence (comprised of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, one half bath and a large terrace with an outdoor pool) with one spectacular Roche Bobois piece after another. In other words, they’ve helped turn the fantasy of living in a building with a Jetsons-like robotic car elevator into a reality—a delectably colorful, cozy and high-design reality.

Arriaga outfitted the spacious interior with iconic Roche Bobois pieces. A cobalt blue Sacha Lakic Bubble chair greets visitors who enter the unit via the human elevator, while Giacomo Garziano’s geometric Zephyrus sideboard—with doors that open up like a Lambo’s—provides a perfect balance to whatever auto exotica happens to be parked across the living room in the private sky garage. “This is a very special project,” says Arriaga. “With top-of-the-line architecture and interiors, the building itself is a jewel.” A jewel that is now—for one lucky buyer on the 16th floor—move-in ready.



Photography by: PHOTOS COURTESY OF ROCHE BOBOIS