Carbone Miami Dazzles With Interiors By Ken Fulk


Carbone Miami

One of the most coveted reservations in the 305 is at newcomer Carbone Miami, an outpost of the renowned New York-style Italian eatery with hot spots in New York, Las Vegas and Hong Kong and known for its lauded spicy rigatoni in a dreamy vodka sauce and top-notch service.

For its South Florida outpost in the South of Fifth neighborhood, interior designer Ken Fulk mixed dazzling interior details like Murano sconces and crystal chandeliers, velvety jewel-toned nooks meant for pre-dinner cocktails, leather-upholstered banquettes, damask-adorned walls and Fulk’s own hand-drawn wallpaper.

“Each Carbone is deeply influenced by its locale,” notes Fulk, who custom-designed the furnishings. “In Miami, an opulent city surrounded by water, it is part Venetian palazzo and part grand old Havana.”

Carbone Miami