Ca’Ziff

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  • Ca’Ziff is a palazzo located in Miami, Florida, on the shores of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in the Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finished with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto.

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  • Bay Elevation
    Photo: Roberto Schezen

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Living Room

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Atrium
    Photo: Roberto Schezen

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Atrium Ceiling
    Photo: Roberto Schezen

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Library

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Loggia Building
    Photo: Roberto Schezen

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Loggia
    Photo: Roberto Schezen

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Site Plan

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • First Floor Plan

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Second Floor Plan

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales

  • Interior

    Ca’Ziff is a Palazzo scheme in Miami on the shore of Biscayne Bay. The family compound is composed as an emblematic Venetian urban pattern with a residence in a Palladian manner and a great loggia defining a central quadrangular plaza paved in keystone. The building is a concrete block shell finish with lime integral stucco. The floors are Venetian terrazzo pavements and the windows are bronze casements manufactured in the Veneto. Photo: Carlos Ignacio Morales