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Posted: Jul. 12th, 2006  |  By JustLuxe Team
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Luxury Real Estate: Hearing about Richard Meier's accomplishments is a lesson in humility. While many of us waited until the last possible moment to declare a college major, and then floated around from job to job until we found one that "stuck," renowned and venerated architect Richard Meier has been perfecting his craft for four decades-his firm, Richard Meier & Partners, were recently commemorated with their own series of postage stamps.

Some of his best known projects include The Getty Center in Los Angeles, the High Museum in Atlanta, the Frankfurt Museum for Decorative Arts in Germany, the Canal Plus Television Headquarters in Paris, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hartford Seminary in Connecticut, and the Atheneum in New Harmony, Indiana. And you thought were important being your name comes up in a Google search.

Those in the know will consider themselves lucky to purchase a residence designed by Meier. The Beach House is an oceanfront property that boasts an unparalleled 200 plus linear feet of Miami beach front, with unobstructed views of the ocean and a private landscaped Beach Garden of lush palm groves and tropical plants. The glass building, designed by Meier to take advantage of the light and the ocean views, offers each residence at the Beach House a penthouse feel, with floor-to-ceiling custom glass windows and generous terraces offering panoramic views.

Crafted to provide optimal comfort, as well as luxurious and convenient living, the Beach House is a contemporary habitat with building amenities and residence features that rival the most posh condos in the Miami Beach-South Beach area. Living here is most definitely a lesson in luxury, with on-site wine and cigar lounges, his and her spas, and rooftop pool, not to mention the amenities featured within each condo. Prices range from $900,000-$7 million but when you think about the long-standing value built into your new home simply by being associated with Richard Meier, isn't any amount worth it?

Visit www.richardmeier.com for more information about the firm's past and current projects.

For LxM Amy Covington
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