Jean-Louis Deniot keeps scoring. Now the french designer was invited to be the front name of a project that will be his first condo building: a Miami tower that is expected to be completed by 2018. Lucky for us, design lovers, Elysee Miami just unveiled the interiors designed by the famous interior designer, and, as you’re about to see for yourself, they’re gorgeous.
According to Deniot, the new luxury residential tower in the Sunny State was inspired by many elements: “I watched the 1964 film Soy Cuba, read architecture books by Morris Lapidus, and went through hundreds of images of Dorothy Draper”.
For the interiors of the Elysee Residences in Miami, the Paris-based talent got inspiration not only from the Arquitectonica-designed tower’s multitiered silhouette but also from the city’s glamorous midcentury heyday.
As Deniot announced, the new Elysee Residences designs incorporate “geometric diamond shapes, amid light wooden floors and retro style furnishings, all in tones of blue, gray and off-white”. And an interesting fact is that the new tower starts at the waterfront, making the design even more exclusive. In order to take full advantage of these waterfront views, the building grows larger as it ascends into the sky, creating a bold, multi-tiered silhouette.
The project is being run by Jean-Louis Deniot, but he is not alone in this, of course. The Miami condos are being conceived by the South Florida-based real estate development firm Two Roads Development and the Miami-based architecture firm Arquitectonica.
The 57-story condominium is at 700 NE 23rd Street in the East Edgewater neighborhood and it will house 100 units with beautiful views of Biscayne Bay. Prices range from $1.8 million to $10 million–plus.
More info: elyseemiami.com