Japan-based Kengo Kuma and Associates has unveiled the design for what will become the firm’s first residential tower in the United States. The 18-story building, facing Miami Beach, will house private residences for Aman, a Swiss-headquartered hospitality company with outposts all over the world.
Aman Miami Beach Residences will occupy the site at 3425 Collins Avenue, a prominent location in the city’s Faena neighborhood. It will comprise two buildings within the site, the hotel will take over the 1940s art deco Versailles building—under restoration by architect Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston—and Kengo Kuma will design the adjacent structure, which will house 23 fully serviced private
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