Italian design brand Minotti has debuted its first residential project in the United States, with the opening of new tower, 2000 Ocean. The 38-story glass tower situated in Hallandale Beach – north of South Florida’s Golden Beach – encompasses a bright, contemporary design and offers panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. New York-based developers KAR Properties, who are behind the project, have worked with Minotti on every aspect of the luxury boutique condominium.


Minotti has brought its distinctive brand of Italian elegance to inside and outside spaces, with designs and furnishings staying faithful to the natural themes which run throughout the interiors, architecture and landscape.

Minotti draws on its expertise in combining tradition and innovation in designs that are created using modern technology and finished by their skilled artisans, balancing a sharp precision with personal craftsmanship. Their experience in working with stone, and commitment to intricate craft traditions, takes shape in their creations for 2000 Ocean, which embrace a juxtaposition of textiles and leathers. Residents across all the half or full-floor units are invited to incorporate their own personal stamp onto designs that are fully customisable.

The interiors make a chic foil for the building itself: situated directly on the beach, it is brilliantly bathed in light. Enrique Norten of TEN Arquitectos and Kobi Karp, responsible for the concept design, play on the coastal location in the building’s silhouette which makes a seamless outline against the landscape, with columnless corners offering unimpeded views. It is the latest in a vast portfolio for TEN Arquitectos, whose work encompasses over 60 museums, universities, hotels, public parks, libraries and residents across the world.

Landscape design by Sasaki, nods to these natural themes, creating verdant gardens surrounding the swimming pools and a lemon-filled mediation garden. §