The 13,178-square-foot residence earns its name, “The Levitating Geometry,” because it sits off the ground between 2 to 4 feet and features multiple horizontal and vertical planes for an exquisite study in minimalism.
World-renowned architect Kobi Karp’s translation of luxury tropical modernism boasts Pine Tree Drive’s only direct ocean view estate.
The ingenious, elevated design inspired by Le Corbusier, coupled with nearly 44,000-square-feet of wide-open land along Indian Creek Waterway, creates a unique oasis to capture coastal breezes.
Whether a private retreat or a magical setting to entertain, this ultra chic residence, set back from the street by a dramatic entryway drive, serves multiple purposes. Its smart architectural layout and thoughtful details feel like you’re living in a functional work of art.
The spiral staircase is a major focal point, modeled after the Guggenheim Museum, it doubles as a dramatic sculpture leading to a rooftop with 360-degree views to practice yoga or watch the sunset over the treetops and Miami’s phenomenal skyline. The expansive interior’s white walls are an art collector’s dream while the indoor/outdoor flow is seamlessly felt through the telescoping doors that slide effortlessly into each other for a clean modern look.
Floor to ceiling windows provide incredible natural light from every room bringing the impressive landscape and water views indoors. The detached guesthouse, fitness center and second floor pool with lounge area further enhance its allure, making it the ultimate private enclave. Upon entering the drive, more wow factors await as multiple, detached interior spaces including 8 bedrooms, 8 full, 4 half baths and a cinema, as well as a lush wonderland of exterior living vignettes, koi ponds, gardens and a waterfront basketball half-court slowly reveal themselves.
The 13,178-square-foot residence earns its name, “The Levitating Geometry,” because it sits off the ground between 2 to 4 feet and features multiple horizontal and vertical planes for an exquisite study in minimalism. Karp’s innovative vision results in a true masterpiece, a sanctuary that’s incredibly rare for Miami Beach.
The owners have spent the last four years perfecting every inch of the home for a turnkey experience like no other.