Architectural Digest ran a feature previewing East, Miami, Brickell City Centre's signature hotel, which opens today.
The 40-floor hotel, designed by Miami-based firm Arquitectonica (exteriors) and New York-based Clodagh Design (interiors), flaunts an ethereal gray-and-blue palette throughout, from the 20,000-square-foot poolscape to the slate-colored interiors. Inside, charcoal-gray wood floors, floor-to-ceiling views, and furnished king-size balconies come standard, while 89 residential suites boast periwinkle crushed velvet sectionals, fully equipped kitchens, and laundry services for the ultramodern pied-à-terre.
The hotel is opening with rates under $200 per night during Miami's slower season and features two restaurants--Quinto La Huella, a Uruguayan staple, and Sugar, an Asian-inspired rooftop bar and garden on the 40th floor.
AD released four new images of the Swire development.