Interior designer Allan Malouf designed a stunning $6.69 million penthouse at Reach Residence in Brickell.
The penthouse includes four bedrooms, a den, 5 ½ bathrooms, custom furnishings and 8-foot-10-inch to 10-foot-10-inch ceilings PHOTO COURTESY OF LIFESTYLE PRODUCTION GROUP
The skyscraper is located at Brickell City Centre. PHOTO COURTESY OF LIFESTYLE PRODUCTION GROUP
Who better to design the expansive penthouse that sits atop the $1.05 billion landmark Brickell City Centre than interior designer Allan Malouf? As South Florida is seeing a distinct spike in real estate sales as buyers from the Northeast flock south, there's a stunning listing now on the market courtesy of Swire Properties Inc. The turnkey four-bedroom penthouse crowns the top of the tower at Reach Residence. "We have worked with Allan Malouf for over three years through our annual Art Basel activation, CASACOR Miami. I am always blown away with his level of creativity and how people gravitate toward his design during the exhibition," says Maile Aguila, senior vice president of residential sales for the project. "For this project, he created a cozy atmosphere in a refined way that still feels inviting and elegant." Malouf chose dark wood-toned furniture, plus subtle shades of gray with accents of golds, blues and greens. "I wanted to create a universal design that appeals to the couple who is looking for the upmost privacy, snowbirds who are looking to downsize or the entrepreneur who wants a bachelor pad," says Malouf. "To create the contemporary space, we played with earth-toned colors, velvet and rustic textures, brought in artwork from artist Andre Poli, select pieces from Pure Project Home and wood panels from the Ukraine, all to enhance the level of luxury this unit offers." Designed by award-winning architectural firm Arquitectonica, residences within Reach and Rise are delivered turnkey, fully finished and furniture-ready with exquisite Italian cabinetry and imported marble floors. 68 SE Sixth St., Miami, 305.674.6555, brickellcitycentre.com/residences
Interior spaces blend with two private outdoor terraces PHOTO COURTESY OF LIFESTYLE PRODUCTION GROUP
I wanted to create a universal design that appeals to the couple who is looking for the upmost privacy, snowbirds who are looking to downsize or the entrepreneur who wants a bachelor pad.”–ALLAN MALOUF
A staircases offers access to 3,933 square feet of interior space PHOTO COURTESY OF LIFESTYLE PRODUCTION GROUP
Allan Malouf designed the living spaces with panoramic water and city views in mind. PHOTO COURTESY OF LIFESTYLE PRODUCTION GROUP