Key Biscayne, FL – Landscape Design Workshop has won (2) 2018 Architecture MasterPrize™ Design Award for their Key Biscayne Penthouse project. The first award is in the Landscape Architecture / Garden category and the second award is in the Landscape Architecture / Outdoor Designs category.
This private ocean-front penthouse unit is located on a magnificent island just south of Miami, Florida. The open-air terrace provides breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and Downtown Miami. The design for this wrap-around terrace creates different zones, both public and private, defined by planting, paving materials and seating arrangements. The planting is a rare collection of specimen plants that are salt and wind tolerant. Other materials include natural stone, stainless steel and porcelain wood deck.
About the Award
The Architecture MasterPrize is based in Los Angeles, California and celebrates the very best in design excellence and innovation from the worlds of Architectural, Interior, and Landscape Design. The AMP stands to advance the appreciation of quality architectural design around the world, to celebrate the greatest achievements in architecture, interior design, and landscape design, and to showcase the world-class talent and visionaries in these fields.
About Landscape Design Workshop
Landscape Design Workshop is an award-winning landscape architecture and planning design studio which specializes in designing communities and residences that feature resort-like amenities and lush tropical character. The boutique studio caters to South Florida developers and property owners who seek outdoor living areas for residential, resort or mixed-use assets.
The firm has completed projects throughout Florida, providing master planning, hardscape, fountain & water features, planting, lighting and irrigation design as well as construction administration services.
Erez Bar-Nur, founder and principal designer for Landscape Design Workshop, served as Project Lead Designer for the project. Mr. Bar-Nur is a licensed Professional Landscape Architect (PLA). He is also served for 6 years on the City of Boca Raton’s Green Living Advisory Board.