Film director Michael Bay with Bonecrusher, one of his two English mastiffs, at his home in Miami Beach; the architecture is by , and the interior design is by .
The reflecting pool; the outdoor furniture from has cushions covered in a Sunbrella fabric.
The glass-and-steel staircase in the living area rises three stories to the roof deck; the floors are limestone, and the wall of windows looks out to the reflecting pool.
Bonecrusher and Grace on the staircase landing; the light fixture with handblown-crystal pendants is by .
The living area’s chair and side table are from , and the banquette, daybeds, and cocktail table are from ; a waterfall cascades down sheets of glass in front of a wall of stacked stones by .
The brass hanging lanterns in the bar are by , and the barstools are by .
In the dining area, chairs from surround a teak table from ; the rug is by .
The upholstered walls of the screening room are hung with posters of movies directed by Bay.
The freestanding kitchen walls are sheathed in carved-limestone tiles, the paneling is oak, and the refrigerator and wine cooler are by .
In the master bedroom, a backlit wall of onyx partially conceals the bath, the walls are paneled in oak, and the custom-made bed is dressed in linens; the headboard leather and Christian Liaigre console table and bench are from , and the light fixtures and sconces are by .
The master bathroom’s mirror, sink, and fittings are by , the counter is Macassar ebony, and the sconce is by .
The master bath is sheathed in etched-stone tiles, the cast-concrete tub was designed by , and the shower fittings are by .
This article was featured in the September 2010 issue.