Dezeen promotion: furniture by Italian brand Meridiani creates a plush interior for an apartment in the Zaha Hadid-designed One Thousand Museum in Miami.
Meridiani's pieces furnish the living areas, bedrooms and the expansive balcony terrace of the 38th-floor home, enhancing its luxury feel and demonstrating the company's design ability.
Miami-based designer Hernan Arriaga styled the spaces using a variety of designs from Meridiani's Indoor and Open Air collections, pairing subtle shades of grey and teal with materials such as marble and polished bronze to complement the Biscayne Bay views.
"Meridiani reveals here all its ability to create welcoming and tailored solutions," said the brand. "The neat lines and warm textures of the Meridiani collections perfectly harmonise with the curved architectural shape of the building."
The open-plan living and dining space is the main show space of the apartment.
In the lounge area, the Harold sofa creates a spacious seating area, with surfaces provided by the Bongo and Ralf side tables, and the hexagonal Ludwig storage unit offering a focal element.
On the opposite side of the room, a Plinto dining table with a Calacatta Gold marble surface is positioned below a sculptural lighting fixture. Around it, the curved Kita chairs provide seating.
Elsewhere, the master bedroom features the Tuyo bed, while the terrace is furnished with pieces from the Claud collection, made in iroko wood and dotted with cushions.
Other pieces on show include the Shine sideboard, the Birk mirror and various hand-tufted rugs.
Meridiani was founded in 1996 by Renato Crosti and Laura Ferraro Crosti. The company uses the highest quality materials and textiles in the production of its furniture, which is all made in Italy under the art direction of Andrea Parisio.
Miami is one of several cities around the world in which the brand operates its Monobrand stores and studios, where clients can receive expert design advice for project development.
Find out more about Meridiani's history and current product range by visiting the website.
Photography is by Paul Stoppi.
This article was written by Dezeen for Meridiani as part of a partnership. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.