Set on the 67th floor, this project represented the last available of the 6 raw floor plate spaces originally designed into the Four Seasons Tower, and the highest unbuilt residential space south of New York City.
Designed for a South American buyer and his extended family, the design brief called only for 5 bedroom spaces in the almost 11,000 square feet of raw space, and for it to be “…visually exciting; something that is different from your other works, but yet instantly recognizable as an ODP residence because of the level of detail which will surprise us every time we visit.” To this end, the design team created the only unit in the building that has an elevator lobby with a visual connection to both the northern and southern views immediately upon arrival at the elevator landing.
The plan is organized around central gallery space, dominated by the 4000 bottle sculptural wine room set in the middle. Two American walnut walls frame the space, with a circular form carved out of the eastern wall to frame the view through the dining room and onto Key Biscayne beyond. Visually, the project reinterprets the age old idea of the modern design of all white walls and furniture by introducing cooler tones throughout complimented by sophisticated use of color and texture. This project is also the culmination of ODP’s 8 years of interior works at the Four Seasons tower, with ODP interiors having designed 3 of the 4 penthouse floors.