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Glass is a 17-story residential tower, and it is situated at the southern tip of Miami Beach, in the South of Fifth Street neighborhood. The building is a response to its site, context and environment. The tower is designed to dematerialize as it rises, with its exterior almost entirely disappearing into the atmosphere due to is compositional use of fritted, patterned glass. Glass reflects, captures and abstracts the natural landscape of sand, sea and sky, while retaining the essence of place through its architectural design, its materials, surface textures and tonal color.
The building’s mirrored walls at each entry were put there to reflect the spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. Meanwhile, inside the building, the elevator contains an interactive installation, designed by artist Ivan Toth Depena with architect, Rene Gonzalez, which mimics the transition from water to sky.
This magnificent building has been designed by Architect Rene Gonzalez under the leadership of the developer, Terra Group. The gardens have been commissioned to Raymond Jungles, the Landscape Architect.
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