Rose Ink Workshop 1 Hotels Residential Penthouse
1 Hotels Residential Penthouse is Silver Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Interior Space and Exhibition Design Award Category.
1 Hotels Residential Penthouse

This penthouse is designed to tap into a mindful connection between people and nature. Custom installations featuring a crystal lighting fixture representing discovery & exploration, a 64 sq. ft. stone/pebble staircase sculptural piece, and an organic root sculpture chandelier add an approachable elegance throughout the unit.

1 Hotels  Residential Penthouse
Rose Ink Workshop 1 Hotels
Rose Ink Workshop Residential Penthouse
Rose Ink Workshop design
Rose Ink Workshop design
1 Hotel & Homes

Great places are defined by their moments of undisturbed nature. Incredible locations where we build cities just to stay a little longer. For us, nature makes the place. It’s what we remember wherever we go. The one thing that draws us together, defining how we build and interact. We feel both calm and excitement in its presence. Providing the space to be alone, but also to gather. We don’t necessarily notice nature’s presence, but we can always feel its absence. These factors brought us to create a new way to develop a place that feels like home. Bringing in the outside world with non-artificial textures, materials and ways of doing business. Creating a place where the surrounding world seamlessly flows into the lobby and down the hallways. At 1 Hotel & Homes we seek to understand the complex relationship between people and a place and make it the guiding force of everything we do. 1 is the Nature of a Place. 1 Hotel & Homes sits on several hundred feet of shoreline within the heart of South Beach, redefining Miami beachfront condos in the area. We are on Collins Avenue, one block above 23rd Street, the unofficial line between north and south. This location gives us a moment of peaceful escape within the vibrant city we know and love. Inspired by our Miami beachfront, we brought life into every corner. We used sustainable and low impact materials everywhere we could. Extending windows to bring full views of the sea. Peeling back pavement for pools and outdoor spaces. Replacing synthetic with natural elements throughout. In the end, a piece of South Beach’s past was transformed into a shining example of its future.