This newly built Balinese (with Modern touches) style waterfront mansion is located at 85 Palm Avenue on Palm Island in Miami Beach, FL. It was designed to showcase the art of nature and features 3 structures joined by stunning loggias that create an outdoor entertainment pavilion. It features 8 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, exotic woods and stones throughout, 20+ foot ceilings, imported grand staircase, rooftop deck, clad marble swimming pool, dock with 2 lifts and much more. It is listed at $14,900,000.

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  • Cem

    What an ugly pile.




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  • Daniel

    I’ll give it props for not being the ubiquitous Mediterranean or all white Modern. I think this could be a spectacular home. Reminds me of the Ritz Carlton in Tokyo.

    http://www.ritzcarlton.com/NR/rdonlyres/DFC35659-7FA3-4D67-81B0-7329DE8A853F/0/Ritz_Tokyo_00049_920x518.jpg

    With some Art Deco touches here and there this would be perfect. They just really need to go back and take pictures when construction is over. Price seems reasonable given the location.




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  • Chris

    Agreed. If they put some Art Deco design cues in here, it’ll be amazing. I love the exterior already.




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  • Sam

    Definitely unique, just not something I would ever live in. I actually admire this style of building, but I just don’t think it would be very livable.




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  • Grrrowler

    it has some potential; I like the various natural materials that are already in place. I’m envisioning the finished house with an interior something like this: http://www.yachtforums.com/forums/delta-yacht/9819-review-deltas-154-mr-terrible.html. IOW, a deco-tropical hybrid. Whatever it is, unless the interior is very sophisticated, it runs the risk of coming off as cheesy.

    The exterior is nice in that it’s different, but the trellises are a little overdone and make everything look busy and cluttered.




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    • Daniel

      Stunning. That’s along the lines of what I’m hoping it will end up looking like.




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  • Geoffrey

    They need a better photographer though :s




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  • NOVA Ben

    It is nice to see something different for this region, but it looks too office building-y inside.




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  • george

    I can not imagine living in that house, nor raising a family there.




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  • lambskin

    Why were the pictures taken on an overcast day!? A blue sy would have made the facade pop. For $15M I would demand my agent retake the photos!




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    • NOVA Ben

      I’m continually surprised by high-end real estate listings that languish on the market for a week, sometimes far longer, with shitty photographs before they put better ones up…whether it’s the quality of the photos themselves or an overcast day or whatever. As a seller, I’d be pissed.




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  • rob

    Why would you build this plain, uninteresting thing and call it Balinese style when you could just get on a jet and get something 10 times better for 10 times less expensive in the real Bali? This place just threw up some sticks and called itself Balinese. It still needs a ton of work.




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