Fuchs “Oceanfront Sophistication”

Fuchs in Miami is an oceanfront oasis richly furnished and cohesive. Lining the self-lit entryway is a procession of concrete columns that support a soaring ceiling. Ash carvings trim the picturesque pillars. Glistening limestone lines the floors; a custom-made mosaic marks the entryway.

Leading 80-feet up, the grand staircase is a masterful marvel personalized down to the treads. Twirling vines, hand-carved from New Mexican ash by David himself, emboss each riser. An iron chandelier drops from the dramatic ceiling panel.

A stark stone fireplace regards the living room. Fully automated floor-to-ceiling drapes draw away from the 60-foot windows to reveal an unparalleled ocean view. The main kitchen is classic, clean, and tasteful, with appliances tucked behind the cabinetry. A second kitchen—complete with a tequila bar—opens onto the ocean. Its Cuban-style tilework is an homage to the owner's Latin roots.

The master bathroom’s double shower features patterned columns that complement the matching floors. Pale tartan plaid panels embellish each mirror. A second bath boasts crimson crocodile leather wallpaper bisected by a banded onyx backsplash. Moroccan glass sconces flank the carved vanity.