Young and successful are two words that can describe Jean-Louis Deniot, but those are not the only ones. This talented French designer has already a long curriculum of amazing and remarkable projects all around the world, from New Delhi to Bridgehampton. He has also been featured on AD100 more than once.
Therefore, for the interiors of his first condo building, the Elysee Residences in Miami, the Paris-based designer drew inspiration not only from the Arquitectonica-designed tower’s multitiered silhouette but also from the city’s glamorous midcentury heyday.
In his research, he took inspiration from the 1964 film Soy Cuba and the architecture books by Morris Lapidus, as well as images of Dorothy Draper, so the palette was to reflect the exteriors and the views of the sky and water from the inside.
All 100 of the 57-story building’s units will take advantage of its waterfront location and offer sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and is set to become Edgewater’s tallest building.
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Among the lavish features are two amenity levels: The seventh floor includes a 75-foot resort pool and fitness center, and the 30th offers a grand private dining room that can seat 30. There’s also a library that will be open to residents.
Jean-Louis Deniot is developing this project along with 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. It is the first and only luxury boutique tower in East Edgewater. France’s top interior designer, Jean-Louis Deniot, introduces his rich signature style. At once timeless, elegant and entirely fresh, Deniot’s vision brings a new level of fine living to the Magic City, as Miami is known.
Written by Ricardo Meireles