Spain Attraction

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    Offered fully furnished for $4.1 million, this Miami penthouse features interior furnishings from the Spanish company Baltus and a kitchen by Bulthaup. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    The Baltus slipcovered chaise ($7,320), Templo coffee table ($13,448), and Lyon desk ($14,720) are available at the company’s showroom in Miami’s Design District. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    A pair of white Baltus chaises ($7,320 each) and a Trapecio white side table ($3,279) complement the view without competing with the 50-foot-high glass walls. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    Baltus’s 5,000-square-foot showroom in Miami houses the Spain-based company’s collection of seating, tables, case goods, art, and accessories. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    Every piece in Baltus’s Miami showroom can be customized. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    The Cubos shelving unit from Baltus is priced at $26,070. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    Baltus’s Gemma sofa, priced at $17,507, is made from lacquered oak. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    The $25,600 Milenio from Baltus can be used as a shelving unit, bookcase, or room divider. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    Baltus’s Munich dining table ($8,320) features a glossy lacquered top and striped oak legs. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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    The Rocio chair from Baltus is priced at $7,310. Photo courtesy Baltus Collection
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It would be easy for the view to steal the show from this Tequesta Point penthouse (on the market for $4.1 million furnished), which is featured on the cover and in the Smart Showings section of Robb Report Home & Style’s March/April issue. However, carefully chosen furnishings by Javier Martin, the principal designer for the Spanish furniture company Baltus, make the interiors just as compelling as the seascape beyond the Miami home’s 50-foot-high glass walls. The Rinconera Madrid linen sofa (pictured, $23,450), the Totem sofa console made from lacquered oak ($8,530), and the circular Templo coffee table, made from white Calcutta marble and brushed steel ($13,448), are just a few of the pieces designed by Baltus. Founded in Marbella, Spain, in 2001, Baltus brought its modern, handcrafted furniture to Miami in 2009 when it opened its first U.S. outpost in the city’s Design District. The 5,000-square-foot showroom offers an array of case goods, seating, and tables, all of which can be customized. Prices for the collection typically range from $1,800 to $26,000, depending on customizations.

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