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With ocean and city views, the goal was to tie in these natural elements in complement to the iconic furnishings and important art in a chic yet global style. As you enter the residence, the foyer’s ceiling is designed with slatted wood drawing the eye to the heart of the interior as you pass an Andy Denzler art piece. In the main living room, the space resonates with sculptural details and saturated hues from the rich Bordeaux Sergio Rodrigues armchairs to the bold colors in the Manolo Valdes painting.

The thoughtful mix of contemporary furniture from iconic Brazilian designers creates a dynamic that allows each piece to standout on their own from the Poliform Sofa to the custom designed amorphous cocktail table in reclaimed walnut wood. An impressive state-of-the-art custom glass-enclosed walk-in wine cellar that holds 352 bottles is a corner focal point not to be missed. The master bedroom feels very much in line with a South American appeal. The bed in Emerald green is fully upholstered in velvet. The powder room is beautifully conceived with a minimal style in white oak. Pure and clean details are achieved with a round hanging mirror and custom-made Taj Mahal stone sink with Graff wall mounted fixtures.

The dining room is a blueprint of refinement with a minimalist approach. The sleek dining table in light oak and brass is flanked by ten Sergio Rodrigues dining chairs with a clean silhouette. This room is well appointed with a significant piece by the late kinetic master Carlos Cruz-Diez and a pair of hanging crystal chandeliers. The grandchildren’s bedrooms are whimsical and playful, both conceptualized with natural scenes. A custom bunk bed was designed to sleep four with a top railing in oak wood with open cane weave.