Residences by Armani Casa, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Related Group


Established in 1979, The Related Group is Florida’s leading developer of sophisticated metropolitan living and one of the country’s largest real estate conglomerates. Since its inception, the privately held company has built, rehabilitated and managed over 100,000 condominium, rental and commercial units. The firm is one of the largest Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States with a development portfolio in excess of $40 billion in 40 years.

Mount Parker Residences, Hong Kong



Arquitectonica is an international architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and urban planning corporation headquartered in Miami, Florida’s Coconut Grove neighborhood. Arquitectonica began in 1977 as an experimental studio founded by Peruvian architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, Laurinda Hope Spear, Andrés Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk and Hervin Romney. Today, the firm is still led by Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Laurinda Hope Spear, and has designed such famous buildings as the Banco de Crédito Headquarters, in Lima, Peru, Atlantis Condominium in Miami, The Pink House in Miami, the American Airlines Arena in Miami and the Westin Hotel and entertainment complex in New York, amongst many others.
Auberge Beach Residences, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Meyer Davis


Meyer Davis is a globally recognized multi-disciplinary design studio best known for their work in residential, hospitality, retail and workplace interior design. Founded in 1999 by Will Meyer and Gray Davis, the studio now boasts offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami and London, and has led the way in high-end commercial and residential design practices throughout the U.S. and abroad. Meyer Davis designs seamless physical experiences tailored to their client’s individuality, combining principles of great design with a clear vision for the experience they seek to create.
Park Grove, Miami, Florida

Enzo Enea

Landscape Design

Nowadays, Enzo Enea is considered the most renowned landscape architect in Switzerland. As internationally known personality, he is active in countries all over the world. The close relationship with nature and raw materials is rooted in the family. Enzo Enea’s grandfather was a mason and used to carve stone fountains in Italy. As a little boy, Enea felt a light-hearted form of happiness and cheerfulness in his grandfather’s backyard. In the eyes and the senses of a child, this place had a paradisiacal and mystical effect on his soul. This early experience with nature — the feeling, smelling, tasting and touching — had a lasting effect on Enzo Enea’s life. First, Enzo Enea became an industrial designer. He then studied landscape architecture in London.