The first residential complex designed by Antonio Citterio was presented in the USA

The balconies of the 12-story building overlook Miami Beach.
The construction of the Arte residential tower lasted 4 years. The architecture of the building is distinguished by an unusual shape, which expands to the center, and then narrows at the top. Balconies with glass partitions and Roman travertine bases form open terraces, shaded by the upper floor. The walls are glazed and decorated with bronze inserts that form a lattice pattern over the entire surface. Panoramic windows offer views of the ocean and cityscapes.
The complex includes an outdoor pool and a meditation beach, an indoor pool, several rooms, a fitness center, a yoga studio and a sauna. American artist Robert Indiana’s "ART" sculpture is situated outside the building’s front entrance and work by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson composed of coloured spheres hangs in the lobby.
The design of the model apartment was completed by Hallock Design. The finish complemented Antonio Citterio’s architectural designs and included travertine walls and tiles in the bathroom, marble flooring in the kitchen and wood panels and storage systems.
Arte Residence blends harmoniously with a number of other residential complexes in the Miami area, including Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano and One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects.