A Miami Beach Home with a Swimmable Lagoon

Marcio Kogan, of Studio MK27, designed this jaw-dropping home in Miami Beach, Florida, with a heated saltwater pool, a swimmable lagoon, and a 200-foot bridge and it’s pretty remarkable!

As if the saltwater pool wasn’t enough to keep you intrigued, the house boasts a manmade lagoon that has organic filtration and live fish and it spans 100 feet x 30 feet. The 200-foot bridge floats over the lagoon and connects the front entrance with the back.

A covered terrace houses a sunken living room and a full kitchen while being protected from the elements.

On the ground floor, there are four bedrooms and the master suite, while the top floor is utilized as the public area to make the most of the views. A span of floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors open up to make the space indoor and outdoor.

Above the master wing of the house, the roof is decked out with grass and greenery.

Developer: Brodson Construction
Interiors: Jader Almeida and Artefacto
Landscape Architect: Raymond Jungles, Inc.
Photos: Felipe Ariano Photography

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.