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Take A Look Inside This Mediterranean And Art Deco Miami Home

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Do you want to know what happens when you mix just the right amount of Art Deco and the Mediterranean style? This project in South Miami happens, and it is even more magnificent than it seems! This Modern beachside getaway paradise has just hit the market, but it’s obvious that it won’t stay there for long. Join Miami Design Agenda and find out the exquisite details within this historic estate.

 

Credits by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Observe a historic estate that was built in 1936, by architect Harry O. Nelson, and that stands as the perfect and iconic example of the “Med-Deco” style, a fusion of Mediterranean and Art Deco, found primarily in the historic area. After undergoing a year of renovation by award-winning designer Alex Alonso, the result is a magnificent place that can be yours for $1.39 million.

 

Credits by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

This iconic project was designed by Alex Alonso, the founder of the Los Angeles and Miami-based design firm, mr alex TATE. He is recognized for designing fabulous spaces that combine the old and the new, which is perfect for this Art Deco and Mediterranean concept. So, the ultimate goal was definitely to reflect those two styles, making them extremely present throughout the South Beach home.

 

Credits by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Some of the most incredible features of the home include three spacious bedrooms and two full bathrooms, a powder room, original floors, and beamed ceiling, a salinated pool and manicured backyard, and custom cabinetry and wardrobes throughout. The home comes fully furnished with an assortment of designer and custom pieces, and includes curated art all over, in the most special corners.

 

Credits by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

According to Alex Alonso, his process went through the exploration of “historical archives to source palettes, design trends, architecture, etc., to inspire our own game plan. I looked not only at Harry O. Nelson homes but also other Miami Beach homes to get a footing of where we wanted to land with the design. It probably took us about three to four weeks just to do research. That’s when we really started to put the design together”.

 

Credits by Douglas Elliman Real Estate

It was also essential that the architectural elements of the house were to be preserved, such as the mosaic floor, beam, archway details e, and the front circular entryway. There was a clean slate all vibe all over the home, which let Alex Alonso reinterpret the concept of Art Deco and the Meditteranean style

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