Life House Little Havana

Rooms 33
The Original Rami Zeidan

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Rooms
33
The Original Rami Zeidan

Architecture

An ode to the neighborhood’s architectural character and the colors of Havana, the dusty peach-colored mansion embodies both Mission Style and Art Deco elements. Historic exterior details of the building were retained, while highlights include a living room-library lobby with a millwork cabinet and a three-story atrium portrait gallery. The building was once known as The Jefferson Hotel, but after an extensive renovation, its new identity as a social space for both locals and international guests is supported through an inviting layout and design that’s harmonious with its surroundings—for example, the rooftop was designed to optimize views of downtown Miami and the restaurant blends seamlessly with other communal areas on the ground floor.

Interior Design

A visual encomium to its neighborhood, the interiors are home to works by local artists, monogram-checked flooring typical of a Havana mansion, and ceilings inspired by the overdyed magenta-hued wood of local market boards.

Earthen sienna, deep jade, olive, gold, and guava pink also add a certain flair that contrasts natural wood and delicate cream walls, while standout furnishings include a custom plum leather Hans Wegner sofa, black walnut tables, and Cassina LC7 chairs originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand.

Interior Design

A visual encomium to its neighborhood, the interiors are home to works by local artists, monogram-checked flooring typical of a Havana mansion, and ceilings inspired by the overdyed magenta-hued wood of local market boards.

 

Earthen sienna, deep jade, olive, gold, and guava pink also add a certain flair that contrasts natural wood and delicate cream walls, while standout furnishings include a custom plum leather Hans Wegner sofa, black walnut tables, and Cassina LC7 chairs originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand.

Interior Design

A visual encomium to its neighborhood, the interiors are home to works by local artists, monogram-checked flooring typical of a Havana mansion, and ceilings inspired by the overdyed magenta-hued wood of local market boards.

Earthen sienna, deep jade, olive, gold, and guava pink also add a certain flair that contrasts natural wood and delicate cream walls, while standout furnishings include a custom plum leather Hans Wegner sofa, black walnut tables, and Cassina LC7 chairs originally designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand.

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