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Bentley Residences Miami

The plans for Bentley Residences are a paragon of design brilliance. The newly opened sales gallery in Sunny Isles Beach, Miami, Florida, celebrates the design achievements so far, and builds anticipation and excitement surrounding the project, that is due to complete in 2026. Spanning 12,000 sqft. The sales gallery offers buyers a first-hand glimpse at the private beachfront one-of-a-kind development of 216 residences. 

A suite of renders has been released giving a preview of the luxurious communal spaces, wellness and lifestyle amenities, as well as the plans for the private residences themselves. Each of these spaces has been designed to ensure that residents experience Bentley as a part of their journey, both in and out of the building.

Bentley designers Brett Boydell and Chris Cooke have led the design of the project, working closely with Dezer Development and Sieger Suarez Architects. Their expertise has shaped the exquisitely designed building and its interior, and they have worked hard to carefully integrate Bentley design throughout each and every corner.

Brett Boydell, Bentley Head of Design Collaborations, says: “One of the biggest achievements when we design a car, is to have a whole group of designers working together, but to make it look like it came from one person’s hand. We have the same exciting challenge with Bentley Residences, but on a 70-storey scale.”

He continues: “In reality, each element has been considered, understood and designed by the Bentley Design Team, by our partners at Dezer Development and by Sieger Suarez Architects, but the overall effect is seamless.”

Chris Cooke, Bentley Product and Lifestyle Design Manager, adds: “We have applied the same attention to detail that goes into our cars into this very building. Each space is different, but with distinctive Bentley design cues styled harmoniously throughout.”

A sense of harmony is something that has been carefully considered. The concept of indoor-outdoor living was really important to Bentley, who’s customers enjoy the feeling of being out on the open road, just as much as being cocooned within the comfort of their car cabins.

Each residence will have an individual balcony swimming pool, as well as unobstructed views through seamless floor-to-ceiling glass. Diamond-shaped glass panels adorning the building’s façade are angled meticulously to create the perfect natural light refraction. The same patterns and silhouettes are echoed throughout the building, for example, through the diamond-shaped tiles adorning the floor of the lobby. The simple diamond motif is a signature of Bentley design DNA, found throughout all of the brand’s products and cars.