Who We Are

The Cynergi living structure has been designed by creatives, for creatives as a catalyst to integrate it's inhabitants seamlessly into their living spaces.

New Ideas

An architectural anomaly and an innovative concept in personal and professional shelter designed by Award Winning Architect Kobi Karp.

Premises Tour

Take a tour around the Cynergi building. High quality images enable you to capture the view from every angle, as if you were right there on the premises.

CO Directory

Showcasing all Companies residing in our building. Get detailed business information and accurate contact information from our business directory.
Welcome to Cynergi at Wynwood

Cynergi is the answer for luxury, working and living spaces when hyper-contemporary and uber-industrial constructions are simply not enough. Cynergi represents clean, understated, and practical elegance. 100 units composed to human scale and in harmony with the immediate environment and community.

The spaces are modern, luxurious and functional - in the heart of the evolving Wynwood Art District in Miami, "the intersection of contemporary culture and urban revitalization" and within close proximity to the progressive art collections of the world's most prominent families and private collectors.

We support art and local artists. Musicians, painters, photographers, writers, and many other local artists are welcome at Cynergi. Live music at the building once a month is a good reason to gather around and relax while listening to live Jazz, or Brazilian instrumental medleys, as well as DJ's lounge music.
Every three months an event is held for the Cynergi community, residents and companies attend, spend a nice evening, get to know each other, promote business, and more.
Also, every year we participate in the Art Basel, and exhibit the work of an artist in our building.

 

Cynergi Lobby - Photo by Dora Franco Michele Oka Doner, Book of Psalm exhibition

Michele Oka Doner is a well-known American artist and author that graces our building with this particular opportunity to show some of her works on paper - from the Book of Psalm, which is the centerpiece of the exhibition. She creates glyphic images that are evocative of symbols long held by the human eye and mind as full of meaning for our curious and purposeful ambitions. Some of the images chosen for our exhibition reflect on the nature of the life cycle.