Newest addition to Miami’s skyline has unusual basket-weave façade design
Architecture and design firm Stantec says the exterior design of Solitair Brickell was inspired by the texture of the Medjool date palm tree
Construction of Solitair Brickell, a 50-story apartment building, has been completed, adding a new high-rise with an unusual façade to Miami’s skyline.
Global architecture and design firm Stantec created the angular, basket-weave design of Solitair Brickell’s exterior.
According to Stantec, the design of the building’s zigzag, serrated balconies was inspired by the texture of the Medjool date palm tree, which many South Florida property owners have included in their landscaping.
Interior marble walls in the building’s lobby incorporate wood elements and concrete panels.
The tenth-floor Great Room at Solitair Brickell has similar wood finishes with floor-to-ceiling millwork shelving for décor items and artwork.
The Resident Entertainment Lounge across from the Great Room has a communal kitchen and dining area where white brick walls are paired with dark cabinets and counter tops.
Developed by ZOM Living, Solitair Brickell has 438 units including studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, and two-bedroom penthouse suites.
An amenity deck on the 50th floor features a rooftop swimming pool and cabanas, a billiard lounge, wet bar and sectional sofas, plus a business center with conference rooms and catering facilities. Tenants also share a gym, outdoor yoga space, and a spa and sauna room.
Solitair Brickell has 6,200 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 463 parking spaces.
Monthly rent starts at $2,193 for available apartments at Solitair Brickell, according to ApartmentList.com.
The new 50-story building is located at 86 Southwest Eighth Street across from the Brickell City Centre shopping, dining and entertainment complex. – Mike Seemuth