As the first-ever residential project in Florida by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Jean Nouvel (who also designed 53W53 in New York), Monad Terrace has turned heads with its groundbreaking design in which the interplay of water and light create a sparkling effect. The development’s 59 residences are positioned around a water garden and tranquil lagoon on Biscayne Bay, where reflective surfaces of the water and glass facade ensure you never lose sight of the bay and sky. Vertical gardens of bougainvillea and passion vines climb the building and each residence’s garden terraces, which are separated from the interiors by floor-to-ceiling windows, promote indoor-outdoor living. Monad Terrace’s four penthouses are the pinnacle of Nouvel’s vision of capturing the effect of water and light. The double-height ceilings of each duplex four-bedroom penthouse reach up to 20ft, drawing in enviable views over Biscayne Bay, and each has a private rooftop with lounging and dining areas, as well as an infinity pool. You’ll have access to facilities including the residents’ cafe, juice bar and sundeck with 116-ft pool, and use of Monad Terrace bicycles and paddleboards.