Most luxury projects are formulaic, what makes the homes I build so special are their uniqueness and symbolism.   -Abramson


a Film produced by Miami Golden Properties
A poetic mediation over certain subjects in life, peace of mind, serenity, sustainability, and loss.
The Film was shot in County Kerry in Ireland, and has at its centre language, landscape and light. Monsignor Padráig Ó’Fiannachta, a distinguished linguist, scholar and poet, acts as our guide. Both the English and Irish language play a prominent role in the narrative, as well as occasional quotations from Latin and Greek epic poems.
The central question of the film circles around the age old philosophical question ‘what is the good life?.
The film takes inspiration from Pope Francis’ 2015 encyclical on the environment ‘Laudato si’
Proposing that ‘wealth’ ultimately emanates from peace of mind, sustained through a deeper connection with nature.

Architects, designers, artisans, and developers usher in a new wave of eco-friendly style in Miami’s latest luxury condos and homes. – Ocean Drive Magazine “A HOME SHOULD ONLY BE DESCRIBED AS A LUXURY HOME IF IT ENTAILS GREEN ASPECTS AS STANDARD,”  says Abramson, who is incorporating elements like solar roof tiles, heat-resistant paint, and water purification systems in his ultra-high-end homes and regularly attends green building workshops with his team to stay ahead of the sustainable building curve.

The REAL DEAL July 23 2015 —       Two Golden Beach spec homes sell for $10.4M — preconstruction  

Construction hasn’t yet begun on an oceanfront spec house in Golden Beach, Fla., an affluent residential enclave about 30 minutes from downtown Miami. But the house does have a price: It is hitting the market for $36 million.

 Developer Jacob Abramson of Miami Golden LLC said he is planning to break ground on the project in the second quarter of 2015…

Read the full article in the WALL STREET JOURNAL


“The event was sponsored by Miami Golden Properties, a real estate development company with luxury projects in the South Florida area. Led by President Jacob Abramson, Miami Golden Properties selects and assembles teams of the most unique and modern innovators and creators, including award winning global architect Chad Oppenheim to create bespoke architectural projects. Jacob Abramson of Miami Golden Properties was inspired by artist Paris Kain’s use of symbolism in his film Time to Rise. Kain’s exploration of symbolism and myth serves to energize an upcoming three-dimensional collaboration with Miami Golden Properties innovative art informed designs.”-Eyesin Magazine

‘Time to Rise’ Site-Specific Film Features Rosario Dawson.

Throughout this grandly sized residences, the architect has created intelligently designed spaces for intimate moments with family and friends. Double-height ceilings on the main level and seamless transitions to the pool terrace are among thoughtfully considered aspects of the floor plan. 

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We are inspired by the endless possibilities of living in Miami … the incredible amount of indoor and outdoor space, the connectivity between them, and the richness of materials

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“I don’t divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one.” – Luis Barragan  

Oppenheim Architecture + Design has garnered global recognition for socially and environmentally conscious architecture, as well as setting trends in the sustainable and humanitarian sectors. An alchemist of atmosphere, Oppenheim transforms the prosaic into the poetic – eliciting a site’s inherent power through passion and sensitivity towards man and nature.”