Nestled in the bustling heart of Brickell, the Penthouse Collection sit atop the tower on floors 50 through 64 and enjoy an ideal mix of modern design and nature, with magnificent views of Miami’s skyline and the picturesque Biscayne Bay. The penthouse residences, which include single-story simplex, two-story duplex, and three-story triplex layouts, each measure up to nearly 6,500 square feet, and feature 10- to 11-foot ceilings. The triplex residences have private terraces with outdoor swimming pools, summer kitchens, and cabanas.
While the views outdoors are spectacular, the interiors are equally dazzling. Drawing inspiration from the building’s unique curved exterior, Massimo Iosa Ghini has brought Brickell Flatiron’s sleek curves indoors, creating a continuous visual flow from the interior living spaces to the eye-catching façade.
A view of one of the penthouse living rooms, with its crisp modern furniture and geometric chandeliers, reveals sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows that curve around the space, offering natural light and panoramic views in abundance.
In the duplex residences, where double-height ceilings create a sense of grandeur, Iosa Ghini uses graphic marble panels to differentiate parts of the expansive, open-plan living room. Alternating regions of pure white, black and white, subtle gray, and vibrant blue lend the space a sense of visual order while leaving it flexible for residents to customize as they see fit.
The kitchen is at the architectural heart of each Brickell Flatiron residence, and each one is a model of understated innovation and style.
Motorized Snaidero cabinetry seamlessly opens and closes as needed and can be customized in a range of colors. State-of-the-art Miele appliances, including a separate wine refrigerator, are carefully concealed, allowing the kitchen area to serve as a beautiful living space.
From their smallest interior details to their grandest design gestures, the residences of the Penthouse Collection at Brickell Flatiron are peerless manifestations of luxury living on Biscayne Bay.