Alan Faena is an Argentine hotelier and real estate developer, responsible for building over-the-top hotels and constructing entire arts districts in Miami Beach. Today, we will show you his private Miami Beach house interior design. The entire home was designed with Diego Pereira Luchetta.
The elephant is by artist Peter Tunney, the staghorn fern is from Plant the Future, and the banyan tree is 200 years old.
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In the living room, a 17th-century crystal collection is displayed on an imperial malachite table. The Louis XV armchairs are covered in a Clarence House velvet, the mirror is 12th-century Florentine, and the cheetahs are hand-painted German ceramic. The rug is Persian, and the paint is custom by Faena.
In the second living room, a Baker sofa and artworks by (from left) Juan Stoppani and Julian Schnabel.
An Art Deco table and chairs, covered in Clarence House velvet, hold court in the dining room. The candelabra is antique George IV silver, and the staghorn chandelier is early 20th century. The custom rug is by Designer Rugs, and the artwork is by Roy Bazas.
In the main living room, the tiger print sofa is custom by Faena, and the side tables and love seat are by Pollaro, the latter custom-made for Faena. The footstools are Louis XIV, the deer head is antique from Germany’s Black Forest, and the Art Deco faux tusks are resin. The Spanish chandeliers are 19th century.
In the master bedroom, the bed is Spanish colonial, the bedding and curtains are both custom by Faena, and the accent pillows are Mexican. The cocktail table is Regency-style, and the artworks are by Todd Eberle.
A Philippe Starck chair, a Mexican ottoman, a Louis XV mirror, and a candelabra artwork by Peter Tunney in the master bathroom.