Jade Signature, embodies all the elements of Raymond Jungles designs. Raymond extracts from local ‘ingredients’ and incorporates native vegetation to create an authentic, tropical Floridian environment. Jade Signature will have a Dune Garden, a Pool Garden and the Leeward Garden, all distinct and lush while remaining united within its urban context.
The Dune Garden is comprised of native coastal dune vegetation. Sea Grape, sculptural Buttonwood and Seven Year Apple, along with swaying Coconut and Cabbage palms will create pleasant pockets of shade. Natural grasses and masses of indigenous wildflowers will encircle pocket beaches, providing intimate relaxation opportunities.
The Pool Garden will be a natural extension of the Dune Garden. The gentle lines and organic forms of the lagoon pool and planting areas meld with the beach. Whether lounging in a hammock or from cleverly positioned, comfortable furniture, a variety of garden experiences and great views abound.
Countless reflections of the stunning garden, ocean and architecture will play across the generous surface of the lagoon pool. The lap pool zone will deliver views into the Leeward Garden from a more intimate, sunny vantage point, while offering ample opportunities for open-air exercise.
The Leeward Garden, sheltered by the architecture, will be a verdant oasis in the town of Sunny Isles. While in unity with its urban context, the garden will be distinctly lush and will appear to be preexistent, as if it had always been there. Canopies of legacy trees will embrace residents and passersby equally.
Whether he creates plazas or private retreats, Raymond Jungles is everywhere in Miami (and abroad), collaborating with the most well-known architects of our present time, such as Herzog & de Meuron for 1111 and Jade Signature, Rem Koolhaas for the new Miami Beach Convention Center and Faena District, Bjarke Ingels for Grove at Grand Bay and Kobi Karp for Palau Sunset Harbour.
Image Credit | Raymond Jungles
Text Credit | Zakarin Martinez