This Apartment Has A Full-Size Supercar Pagani Zonda As A Room Divider – Design You Trust

This Apartment Has A Full-Size Supercar Pagani Zonda As A Room Divider

Contractors Finish My Condo, partnered with Artefacto Home Staging, to install a $1.5 million black Pagani Zonda R in an oceanfront condo in Miami, Florida, as requested by their client, Argentine race car driver Pablo Pérez Companc. Used as both art and function, the Pagani Zonda R is the eye-catching centerpiece of the private residence, and serves as a partition between the living room and master suite.

The team worked alongside Pagani to create a custom aluminum and carbon fiber stand, creating the illusion that the vehicle is floating. With just 15 models manufactured each year, the rare car is one of the few privately-owned Zonda’s in the world. The 800-pound vehicle was hoisted into the building by crane, and here’s a few photos of the installation.

More: Finish My Condo h/t: contemporist









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