The lavish gallery-esque Miami Beach home of Jason and Michelle Rubell was recently featured as a cover story in Architectural Digest.
The contemporary home, built by Todd Michael Glaser, is a couple doors down from the modern manse purchased by Miami Heat star Hassan Whiteside last summer—both on waterfront lots on Lakeview Drive. Austin Harrelson designed the interiors and Domo Architecture + Design is the architect.
Among its notable features are high ceilings, 12-foot floor-to-ceiling windows on the ground floor, plenty of natural light, and an interior sculpture garden:
These features give the house, as Jason puts it, “a nice sense of volume” and allow for, among other things, a sculpture garden in the living room. In accordance with art-world norms, the walls have museum reveals (no baseboards but a small gap at the bottom), and the ceilings are lined with gallery-caliber LED track lighting.
A Mediterranean home was knocked down to make way for the current build, which was designed to “accommodate the family’s world-famous art collection.”
Take a mini-tour below.
Source : Miami Curbed