Aston Martins First Residential Skyscraper in Miami, Inspired by Cars and Hurricanes | Bodas Mian Anger

Graceful Curves of the Aston Martin Sail-like Skyscraper  in Miami |Aston Martin | Bodas Mian Anger

Aston Martin and Bodas Mian Anger teamed up to create a sleek skyscraper in Miami. This 66-storey residential tower, developed by G&G Business Developments, is Aston Martin's first foray into branded residences. Standing at 818 feet tall, the building boasts a distinctive curved design reminiscent of a sail, nodding to Miami's maritime culture. Read more on SURFACES REPORTER (SR):

Bodas Mian Anger and Aston Martin collaborated on a Miami skyscraper. Although Aston Martin touts it as Florida's tallest residential building, competition looms from projects like the Waldorf Astoria by Sieger Suarez Architects and Carlos Ott. BMA notes the sail design's symbolic and practical benefits, providing stability against strong winds and enhancing ventilation.

Sail-like Design

The Aston Martin Skyscraper embodies the car manufacturer's design DNA with its sail-like form and solid foundation. It has a unique cantilevered pool deck. BMA's Martin Freyre emphasized the importance of airflow and wind resistance, particularly in hurricane-prone Florida. Collaborating closely with engineers, the design mirrors Aston Martin's ethos of aerodynamics, power, and beauty. 

The waterfront facade's graceful curve reflects meticulous attention to detail and adherence to environmental regulations, addressing heightened scrutiny in architectural developments.

The Aston Martin Skyscraper, inspired by car design, faced construction challenges due to its waterfront location. Its foundation, one of South Florida's largest, required over 14,000 cubic yards of concrete, reflecting the project's scale and complexity.

Inside the building

Its interior features carbon fiber fixtures reminiscent of Aston Martin vehicles and includes amenities such as conference rooms, entertainment spaces, and wellness facilities. The pinnacle of luxury living is the three-storey penthouse, offering 27,191 square feet of living space. 

Towards the upper floor of the building, there's a protruding cantilever that extends like a lip from the 55th floor, featuring an infinity pool and lounge area. Situated at the mouth of the Miami River, this iconic residence sets a new standard for luxury living, with 99% of its residences already sold. 

Project Details 

Architect and interior design: Bodas Mian Anger, Aston Martin
Structural engineer: DiSimone Consulting Engineering - Miami
Architect of record: Revuelta Architects International
Contractor: Coastal Construction/Miami
Photo courtesy:  Aston Martin


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