Gazing out the window of her client’s Sunny Isles Beach penthouse, architect Sandra Diaz-Velasco of EOLO A&I Design, immediately recognized the challenges she and her team would face. Despite the sweeping views of the sand and city, the space seemed enclosed and dark. The ceilings felt too low, almost like the unit was an afterthought when the original developer topped off the skyscraper. And then there is the geometry. Due to the curvature of the building’s structure, the layout was poorly defined and there was no sense of continuity throughout the rooms.