Aston Martin Residences has released a new set of renderings for their building whose design was inspired by an Aston Martin DB11. They are making it clear that this partnership is in fact a complete partnership, not just a licensing agreement.


The interiors of the building will have the same lighting scheme, design and feel of the interiors of their signature hand-made car. 

The same jeweler who places the Aston Martin logo on the hood of the cars will be the jeweler who places the unit numbers on the residence doors. 




G&G purchased the Vulcan, one of 24 in the world, and will keep it in the three-story sales center. Other features include a custom-made carbon fiber desk, leather door handles and Eames chairs. Aston Martin will have its hands on everything from the leather stitching to “how we design the ramp that goes up to the parking,” Marek Reichman, executive vice president and chief creative officer of Aston Martin, said. The development team declined to provide a buildout cost for the sales center.

Units range from $600,000 to $50 million for the penthouse, and from 700 square feet to 19,000 square feet.


About the Vulcan Fastest Car ever Built by Aston Martin


* I have to confess Aston Martin is my Ultimame dream car of all time! 🚗❤️💃🏻🌹

Deposit Payment Schedule 

​10% at the time of Contract 

10% at Groundbreaking – Fall 2017   

10% at the time of Completion of Foundation – Fall 2018   

10% Pedestal Complete – Spring 2019   

10% Top off – Fall 2020   

50% Balance at the time of closing – 2022

 The Address: 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way,Miami, FL 33131

The Prices: Residences from $500,000 to $7,000,000 Penthouses from $14,000,000 to $35,000,000 Triplex PH with private pools

The Maintanence: $0.85 per sq.ft.

The Delivery: Early 2022

The Floors: 66Total apartments: 391

Residences:1-5 bedroom Residences, Duplexes, and Penthouses: Sizes: 700 – 19,000 sq.ft. / 65 – 1,770 M2

Architect: BMA & Revuelta Architecture

Developer: G & G Business Developments LLC

Interior Designer: BMA

ALYSON SHOTZ

Displayed at the ground floor of the SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM is the mesmerizing panel made of cut plastic Fresnel lens sheets and staples, designed by ALYSON SHOTZ. A Fresnel lens is a type of lens invented by French physicist Augustin-Jean Fresnel, originally developed to focus the beam in lighthouse lamps. Fresnel lenses are used in the lens of traffic signals and to shape the light beam in overhead projectors as well as in molded plastic versions which are sometimes placed on the rear windows of motorhomes to broaden the drivers rearward field of view.

From http://science.howstuffworks.com: “The basic idea behind a Fresnel lens is simple. Imagine taking a plastic magnifying glass lens and slicing it into a hundred concentric rings (like the rings of a tree). Each ring is slightly thinner than the next and focuses the light toward the center. Now take each ring, modify it so that it’s flat on one side, and make it the same thickness as the others. To retain the rings’ ability to focus the light toward the center, the angle of each ring’s angled face will be different. Now if you stack all the rings back together, you have a Fresnel lens.”

SHOTZ’ work is made of thin commercial type of Fresnel lens sheet of bendable plastic cut into circular or oval pieces and stapled together cascading from the roof to the floor. This installation is part of a special exhibit called THE SHAPES OF SPACE which “makes visitors aware not only of the ways in which space is manifested within art but also the different ways in which art can engage its surroundings and reorient the viewer’s own position within space.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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