Antonio Citterio’s first US building is inspired by Miami Beach’s 1930s heritage

Mar 27, 2020 594

Italian architect Antonio Citterio has opened the doors to the first residence at Arte, his first US building. The 12 storey residential building in the shape of an abstract pagoda brings 16 new residences to the sought-after oceanfront location.

Inspired by Miami Beach’s 1930s modern architectural heritage, the majestic building is layered with terraces, sliding glass doors and Roman travertine. The striking façade is defined by the gridded bronze Schuco window system designed by Citterio in collaboration with Miami based architect Kobi Karp.

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