Oppenheim Architecture-designed “Elegant Tuscan Villa,” Forte Dei Marmi Restaurant, featured on Miami.com

Dining in a Secluded Villa in South Beach, by Sara Liss

Photo above by Karen Fuchs

09 February 2017

” . . . The restaurant’s name in Italian translates to ‘Fort of the Marbles’ and also references a town in Italy, thus the former Cavalli space — a Mediterranean revival building — has been transformed by architect Chad Oppenheim[, Founder and Principal of Oppenheim Architecture,] into an elegant Tuscan villa. The second floor houses the ‘FDM Arts Club,’ a private space offering members exclusive programming. For now the bar-lounge upstairs easily transitions from cozy pre-dinner drinks to an evening nightcap spot. . . . “

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