Architect, Luis Revuelta’s, inspiration for EPIC’s 54-story design came from its distinct waterfront location, along the banks of the Miami River where it joins Biscayne Bay. The area formerly inhabited by the Tequesta Native American tribe has greatly influenced the architecture and design of the property. Billowing boat sails and the prow of a powerboat are symbolic in the façade while sweeping horizontal lines evoke movement. Also present, attributes to the natural elements: fire, water and earth are meant to honor the area’s rich Native American past. Revuelta’s artistic mastery allows inspiring cityscapes and glimmering views of the bay from every vantage point due to the unique positioning of the tower.