This 1951 stories high ultra luxury Miami high rise was created over the past decade of the superb twentieth century. These incredible Brickell condominiums were delivered and finished in the year 1997 and were at that time the tallest top Miami architects residential luxury condominiums built in Miami. The building is the inspiration of Revuelta, Vega and Leon architects. This system firm is the responsible for some of Miami’s perhaps most obviously residence buildings like the border tower system of the Santa claus Maria Brickell, the Bristol Tower system.
Many of the designs of this great system firm have a curvilinear pattern that can be appreciated in full use at the majestic Santa claus Maria Brickell condominiums. These curvy designs are reminiscent of the water movements and give this tall structure fluidity, taste and a timeless contemporary look. The nice building was created by Ugo Colombo who uses a lot of glass as a signature element of all his other well known developments like the Grovenor House in Coconut Grove and the Unbelievable Houses in the downtown area Miami. But the Santa claus Maria Brickell remains as one of the most infamous and spectacular luxury residential building in all Miami. Right now with all the new Brickell condominiums that are developed and finished no other Miami luxury building can take on the boldness and presence of this majestic crystal clear system wonder.
This beautiful masterpiece have set the pattern of great designs in Miami in other luxury condominiums like 900 Biscayne in the downtown area Miami and the Jade Brickell. All these tall residential luxury structures have a ruling characteristic and that is a spectacular the queen’s. But probably no other building the queen’s was as marvelously achieved as the one in the Santa claus Maria where the architects and the developer was able to incorporate an astonishing state of the art massive health and fitness center overlooking the Biscayne Fresh.
This dynamic and daring curvy style with an impressive sense of motion that combines with the water glare of the fresh makes this luxury housing landmark one of Miami’s top modern system designs.