Sister companies, TreeScapes & PlantWorks, recently created custom green walls and an artificial Cherry Blossom tree for the Conservatory at Paramount Miami Worldcenter.
We knew that residents of the luxury condo complex would enjoy the décor, but even we didn’t realize how versatile the room was!
From the moment it was completed, the conservatory has been used to host receptions and cutting-edge events such as a live art exhibit and a backdrop for a featured article in a renowned magazine.
Alternating between open space and full length vertical garden panels featuring life-like, artificial plants, the designers created a visual masterpiece from otherwise white walls.
Complementing the edgy yet stunning appearance of the Conservatory, the Miami Worldcenter lobby had Miami street artist, Ahol Sniffs Glue, create a mural featuring his “drowsy eyes” look in black, white, silver and gold spray-painted colors.
OneWorld Properties captured pictures and wrote about the event noting that “new residents, VIPs, and brokers gathered at a reception with music by DJ Jay Sample to witness the live painting and unveiling.”
Latin music sensation, Luis Fonsi, used the green walls and cherry tree in the Conservatory to his advantage as he was the focus of a wonderful article in December’s edition of Haute Living!
The vivid colors and dramatic features of the Conservatory décor showcased the star’s big personality, and the designer clothing he was wearing.
“Luis Fonsi On Life After “Despacito,” Family, His Love For Miami And Giving Back” was featured on the Haute Living website and used as the cover story for Haute Living Miami’s print magazine.
We can’t wait to see how the space will be used next! This quote from developer Dan Kodsi indicates many exciting possibilities ahead:
“We believe that residential towers are becoming the new curators of fine art and therefore are delighted to support, promote and celebrate prominent local artists at PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter.”