You might think that, tasked with designing a space, Lenny Kravitz might just fill it with photos of himself shirtless, or Gina Gershon in a haze.

But when he founded his Kravitz Design studio in 2003, the rocker didn't run around slapping vinyl records and leather on every available surface, like a roaming insta-Hard Rock. Instead, he fitted the firm with a number of interior designers, architects, and creatives, a tasteful brew he reportedly plans to expand into a Ralph Lauren-style lifestyle brand with an eco-hotel on a Brazilian farm.

Kravitz already won acclaim in Miami with the firm's heralded original design of The Florida Room at the Delano Hotel, which after a relatively long life was tragically re-done last year as the nightclub FDR. But there's fresh Lenny to be had at the new 47-story residential tower Paramount Bay off Biscayne north of Downtown, where Kravitz designed both indoor and outdoor public spaces.

Check out Mr. American Woman's handiwork below:

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  • Lobby Staircase

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  • Mezzanine Lounge

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  • Lobby

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  • Lobby

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  • West Pool

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  • West Pool

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  • Plaza

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  • Living Room

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  • Kids' Room

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  • Garden Room

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