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Details Revealed of Renzo Piano’s First US Residential Project at Eighty Seven Park in Miami

08:00 - 20 December, 2015
Details Revealed of Renzo Piano’s First US Residential Project at Eighty Seven Park in Miami, Courtesy of Terra
Courtesy of Terra

Located in North Beach in Miami, Florida, Eighty Seven Park will be a luxury condominium, and Renzo Piano’s first residential project in the western hemisphere. Set to be completed in 2018, the project seeks to seamlessly blend sky, sea and ground, addressing both the ocean and nearby 35-acre park. Seventy apartments ranging in size from 1400 to 7000 square feet sit atop two lush parks with uninterrupted ocean views. Read more after the break.

Courtesy of Terra Courtesy of Terra Courtesy of Terra Courtesy of Terra +29

Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY Constructs Self-Supporting Perforated Pavilion at Miami Art Basel

16:00 - 5 December, 2015
Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY Constructs Self-Supporting Perforated Pavilion at Miami Art Basel , Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY
Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY

In light of the recent kickoff of Art Basel Miami, Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY has shared its Labrys Frisae Pavilion, which was installed at Art Basel Miami from 2011 to 2014. Constructed from aluminum less than one millimeter thick, the installation sought to blur the distinction between edge and space through “an immersive, multisensorial experience.”

“The structure’s interior leads a visitor to lose their time as they peruse the curves and try to understand the space,” which changes as viewers move throughout, especially at night, when shadows emerge through the shell’s intricate perforation.

Detail. Image Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY Top view. Image Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY Exploded axonometric view. Image Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY Curves and paths. Image Courtesy of MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY +13

Tile of Spain Presents: Ceramic Solutions - Innovations Pushing Boundaries of Design

10:30 - 10 October, 2015
 Tile of Spain Presents: Ceramic Solutions - Innovations Pushing Boundaries of Design, Tile of Spain presents: Ceramic Solutions - Innovations Pushing Boundaries of Design
Tile of Spain presents: Ceramic Solutions - Innovations Pushing Boundaries of Design

Mix and mingle with Tile of Spain companies, experience Spanish good and wine, plus enter to win a trip to Spain! Panel discussion with Harvard Graduate Design faculty professor, ceramic industry specialist and practicing architect discuss the current state of designing for the built environment and what solutions the field of ceramics provide to tackle emerging trends and offer new possibilities. From current commercial production collections to institutional & independent R & D, ceramic tile stretches the boundaries of building materials and their capability to impact the overall building performance & aesthetic value.

Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future

01:30 - 9 October, 2015
Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future, Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future
Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future

Florida 3.0: Reinventing our Future presents new urban possibilities in response to climate change framed through the perspective of five priorities: Infrastructure, Mobility, Hydro-Ecosystems, The Resilient City, and The New Economy.Florida 3.0 proposes an integrated approach to these priorities and challenges inaction by visualizing the ways we could thrive in a watery future. The exhibition brings together the research conducted through the Consortium for Hydro-generated Urbanism (CHU) at the University of Florida that is focused on the history and future of Florida’s water based settlements and hydro-environments within the broader context of new paradigms for the evolution of cities on water from around the world.

Event: Design Miami/

19:30 - 19 September, 2015
Event: Design Miami/, UNBUILT: Design Miami/ Harvard GSD Pavilion
UNBUILT: Design Miami/ Harvard GSD Pavilion

Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. Each fair brings together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce. Occurring alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, Design Miami/ has become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design.

Icon Bay / Arquitectonica

09:00 - 7 September, 2015
Icon Bay / Arquitectonica, © Robin Hill
© Robin Hill

© Robin Hill © Robin Hill © Robin Hill © Robin Hill +35

  • Architects

  • Location

    460 Northeast 28th Street, Miami, FL 33137, United States
  • Area

    754693.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Construction Begins on Zaha Hadid's One Thousand Museum in Miami

08:00 - 1 September, 2015
Construction Begins on Zaha Hadid's One Thousand Museum in Miami , Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects
Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects

Following the ground breaking last December, construction has begun on Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum in Miami, with 9,500 cubic yards of concrete already poured. Designed in association with the local architect of record, O’Donnell Dannwolf Partners Architects, the residential skyscraper will rise 62 stories, comprising half- and full-floor residences, duplex townhomes, and a single duplex penthouse, overlooking Museum Park and Biscayne Bay at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard. As a burgeoning area, Museum Park—once called Bicentennial Park—is home to the Peréz Art Museum Miami and will soon be home to the Frost Museum of Science.

Video: Step Into Herzog & de Meuron’s Pérez Art Museum Miami

08:00 - 27 July, 2015

A new video by architectural photographer Robin Hill and Chris Correa invites viewers to explore Herzog & De Meuron's Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). Interspersed with shots of the building in use, the video features interviews with Terry Riley (architect and former MOMA curator of architecture) and Tobias Ostrander (Chief Curator of PAMM). Recognized and lauded for its finesse and natural assimilation of many architectural vocabularies, the PAMM is presented here as an exemplar of cultural architecture everywhere.

SHoP and West 8 Propose New "Innovation District" for Miami

15:30 - 28 May, 2015
© SHoP Architects
© SHoP Architects

SHoP Architects and West 8 have teamed up with developer Michael Simkins to propose a new 10-acre "Innovation District" in Miami's Park West neighborhood. If approved, the four-block area would foster the "growth of creative technology industries" within the city and provide "world-class urban amenities" to the surrounding communities. 

"True innovation today requires the very thing that cities, at their best, have always provided: creative proximity. Even as it continues its rapid development, the city of Miami does not currently offer significant urban environments that meet the necessary criteria," said SHoP in a press release.  

City View Garage in the Miami Design District / IwamotoScott

13:00 - 24 May, 2015
City View Garage in the Miami Design District / IwamotoScott, © Robin Hill
© Robin Hill

© Daniel Balean © Robin Hill © Craig Scott © Craig Scott +40

James Corner Field Operations Chosen to Design Miami “Underline”

18:00 - 16 March, 2015
James Corner Field Operations Chosen to Design Miami “Underline” , The site. Image via TheUnderline.org
The site. Image via TheUnderline.org

High Line co-designer, James Corner Field Operations has been selected to design the proposed 10-mile “Underline” in Miami. Chosen by a local jury from 19 submitted entries, JCFO has been asked to envision a bicycle route and linear park that will replace the threadbare M-Path under the Metrorail tracks from Dadeland to the Miami River. The project has yet to achieve funding, but it is hoped that JCFO’s plan will spark more investor interest. 

Brillhart House / Brillhart Architecture

10:00 - 2 March, 2015
Brillhart House / Brillhart Architecture, Courtesy of Brillhart Architecture
Courtesy of Brillhart Architecture

Courtesy of Brillhart Architecture Courtesy of Brillhart Architecture © Bruce Buck © Claudia Uribe +35

Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century

00:00 - 7 February, 2015
Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century, Courtesy of Florida International University
Courtesy of Florida International University

Climate change, particularly rising sea levels, is expected to have a substantial impact in Miami, Florida over the next 100 years. Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century, an exhibition at the Coral Gables Museum, addresses this pressing issue, examining effective design solutions through the lens of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning. The exhibition of graduate student work from Florida International University uses the city's existing infrastructure and architecture as the groundwork for future adaptation and development. A panel discussion highlighting the topic will take place on Thursday, February 12, with architects from BIG, OMA and West 8. Learn more, after the break. 

OMA’s Pantheon-Inspired Faena Forum Set to Open in 2015

00:00 - 15 December, 2014
OMA’s Pantheon-Inspired Faena Forum Set to Open in 2015, © OMA
© OMA

Alongside the launch of Faena Circle, an experimental collaboration between Faena Art in Miami Beach and its sister institution in Buenos Aires, comes new images of the OMA-designed Faena Forum. The new center for arts and culture planned for Miami Beach is designed to “catalyze experimentation within and across artistic disciplines and foster cross-cultural collaborations among artists throughout the Western Hemisphere.” A series of flexible spaces formed by interlocking cylindrical and cuboidal volumes will provide for a range of projects, commissions, performances and events. 

© OMA Assembly Hall. Image © OMA Faena District . Image © Faena Art Lobby (model). Image © Nik Koenig +9

Olson Kundig Repurpose “38 Beams” as Design Miami/ Collectors Lounge

00:00 - 14 December, 2014
Olson Kundig Repurpose “38 Beams” as Design Miami/ Collectors Lounge , © James Harris
© James Harris

Early this month at Design Miami/, Olson Kundig Architects celebrated the opening of “38 Beams,” a temporary collectors lounge named after the thirty-eight salvaged glulam beams that made up the structure. Originally milled in the 1950s, the Northwestern Douglas fir beams were once used to construct a Los Angeles building before being repurposed. 

Approximately 15x30 inches around and up to 30 feet in length, 38 Beams formed a 2,400-square-foot lounge with an open lattice-work stacked 15-feet-high. The focal point of the space was a 28-foot Perrier-Jouët champagne bar lit by a chandelier of one hundred suspended light tubes designed by LILIENTHAL l ZAMORA. 

More about the structure and images, after the break. 

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Miami Dade College Academic Support Center / Perkins+Will

01:00 - 8 December, 2014
Miami Dade College Academic Support Center / Perkins+Will, © Robin Hill
© Robin Hill

© Robin Hill © Robin Hill © Robin Hill © Robin Hill +49

  • Architects

  • Location

    SW 100th St, Miami, FL 33176, United States
  • Area

    135000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE Reveals Latin American Art Museum for Miami

00:00 - 3 December, 2014
FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE Reveals Latin American Art Museum for Miami, Courtesy of FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE
Courtesy of FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE

On the heels of President Barack Obama’s recent decision to reform US immigration policy, FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE has released designs for a new Latin American Art Museum (LAAM) in Miami. The four-story museum, characterized by elongated, cantilevering terraces and sculpture gardens, hopes to become “the most significant institution for displaying Latin American art in America.” Continue reading to learn more. 

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Aranguren & Gallegos to Design Museum for ICA Miami

00:00 - 1 December, 2014
Aranguren & Gallegos to Design Museum for ICA Miami, Preliminary Design. Image © Aranguren & Gallegos Arquitectos
Preliminary Design. Image © Aranguren & Gallegos Arquitectos

Madrid-based Aranguren & Gallegos Arquitectos has been tapped to design their first US project, a permanent museum building for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami). The 37,500-square-foot building, planned to open in time for Art Basel 2016 on Northeast 41st Street in Miami’s Design District, will feature three stories of exhibition space and a 15,000-square-foot sculpture garden. Final designs will be released in early 2015. Groundbreaking is expected to occur in the summer 2015.