Photographer: Martin Rütschi ©Enea

Forte dei Marmi, Miami by Enea | Gardens ×

Photographer: Martin Rütschi ©Enea

Forte dei Marmi, Miami by Enea | Gardens ×

Photographer: Martin Rütschi ©Enea

Forte dei Marmi, Miami by Enea | Gardens ×

From the outside, the 1938 Mediterranean Revival building is pure Miami Beach, but inside Forte dei Marmi the atmosphere evokes another celebrated coastline. Named for the classic Tuscan beach resort, the restaurant captures Italy's effortless yet refined vibe. Credit goes to the thoughtful renovation by Miami architect Chad Oppenheim, pared-back interiors by Milanese designer Henry Timi, and gardens by Enzo Enea. These all incorporate natural materials to evoke the muted palette of ivory, sand, and linen.

Lead architect: Enea Landscape Architecture
Design Team/Collaborators: Enea Landscape Architecture | Chad Oppenheim + Design | Henry Timi

Photographer: Martin Rütschi ©Enea

Forte dei Marmi, Miami by Enea | Gardens ×

Photographer: Martin Rütschi ©Enea

Forte dei Marmi, Miami by Enea | Gardens ×