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Massimo Iosa Ghini-designed penthouses revealed in Miami
Jul 20, 2017

Developer Ugo Colombo has partnered with Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini on the interiors of the building, Brickell Flatiron, which itself was designed by Miami architect Luis Revuelta. The interiors draw inspiration from the building's curvilinear exterior.

Inside the new development
Penthouse design

The Penthouse Collection Series, located on floors 50-64, is outfitted with single-story residences along with two-story duplex and three-story triplex upper penthouses featuring private terraces with rooftop pools and summer kitchens. Among the penthouse amenities: Snaidero motorized cabinetry; Miele under-counter wine coolers and integrated appliances; Bosch laundry room appliances with anti-vibration and noise-suppression technology; energy-efficient, impact-resistant floor-to-ceiling windows; and a private wireless network and a secure smart-lock system for each unit.

Penthouse design
Penthouse design

The penthouse layouts are up to 6,500 square feet in size, and are priced from approxmately $1 million to $2.5 million, with upper duplex and triplex penthouses priced from $6 million to $15.5 million.

Penthouse design
Penthouse design

“Brickell Flatiron’s penthouse collection will embody the elegance and sophistication of Italian design,” says developer Colombo, founder of CMC Group. “We are sparing no detail and no expense to deliver a memorable product offering our residents the highest caliber of quality and design that will withstand the test of time.”

The building, which stands over 700 feet tall, will become one of the tallest residential towers in the U.S. upon its completion in 2019.

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