Fisher island is located less than fifty kilometres from Miami. Reachable via sea only, it is considered to be one of the world’s most exclusive isles. Palazzo del Sol has been developed right in the island’s heart, an architectonic project comprising 43 luxury residences, by Kobi Karp Architecture and the Swiss landscapist Enzo Enea.
The spacious interiors of apartment 7053, on a total surface area of approximately 10,000 sqm, have been conceived bySolesDì, official dealer and partner of Henge, which represents the brand in Miami.
Henge has designed a system of custom-made interiors which exalt this privileged location, with direct views over the ocean, adapting catalogue furnishings in terms of size, colours and materials.
An example can be seen in the cabinet and container unit which develop around the column in the spacious living area, both in open pore lacquered oak. The billiard area features a wall of partially closed bookshelves. Bespoke bedside cabinets are embellished by wood finishings. The theatre area contains armchairs covered in a fine celestial linen fabric.
Colour settings have been meticulously developed, with materials and colours in impeccable Mediterranean style.
For example, the K-Table is in exclusive open pore lacquered oak, whereas the S-Penny Table in the dining room presents a stone top, over 4.5 metres in length.
This interior project certainly does not suffer for want of lighting. The Tubular Light, composition has been selected for the billiard area, whereas the living area features the Light Ring Horizontal composition in light brushed iron.