Some may say it was kismet that Miami natives Leslie and David Lefkowitz chose the storied Villa Regina as the place where they would enjoy life during their retirement years. After relocating back to the city from San Francisco, the couple knew the unit they had found in the Brickell high-rise was something special. Their love for kinetic art, along with the magical coincidence of being part of a work by renowned artist Yaacov Agam—the artist who painted the building’s iconic exterior mural—sealed the deal for the location of their new home. Situated on the tree-lined part of Miami’s Brickell Avenue, the building’s distinct angles and recessed surfaces lent themselves to create the kinetic effect so popular in Agam’s works. More than a mural on a building, the structure itself, built by developer Nicholas Morley, became a work of art that changes constantly depending on the viewpoint and time of day.