Six design firms team up for this crazy parking garage facade in the Miami Design District

Architecture, Art, Design, East, Unveiled
Monday, February 8, 2016
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WORK AC + J. Mayer H. 's facade (Courtesy Miami Design District)

WORK AC + J. Mayer H. ‘s facade. (Courtesy Miami Design District)

The Miami Design District is renowned for its novel architectural and art scene, including many novel parking garages by top architects. In a sort of game of architectural one-upmanship, another parking garage is about to add a jolt of art by transforming its facade into a larger-than-life canvas.

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Jean Nouvel’s vegetated Miami tower touted for its man-made lagoon

Architecture, Development, East
Thursday, February 4, 2016
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(Courtesy JDS)

(Courtesy JDS)

West Avenue in Miami Beach is set for a Jean Nouvel high rise surrounded by an elaborate man-made lagoon.  The tower will be covered with suspended vegetation that, at least in renderings, casts the structure in a distinctly green hue.

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Review> AN’s William Menking looks back on Miami design week 2015

Art, Design, East, Review
Thursday, December 17, 2015
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Gianni Colombo's Spazio Elastico cycle.

Gianni Colombo’s Spazio Elastico cycle.

Large fairs like Art Basel/Miami always include a few galleries selling works by master architects as well as younger artists whose concerns cross into architectural, urban, and spatial territories. The just-concluded 2015 Miami fair didn’t have a great deal of architectural work this year but enough to keep architects pushing through its seemingly endless hallways of gallery stalls.

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On View> Robert Motherwell, Pierre Chareau and the Quonset House of 1947

Architecture, Art, Design, East
Friday, December 4, 2015
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One of the great joys of art and art and architecture fairs is the energy they create for specialized focused architecture exhibitions at alternative sites away from the main venues. This is true for all Venice Art and Architecture Biennales and the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy. This week’s Art Basel/Design Miami, perhaps because it is still a relatively young event and focused on art and design and not architecture, is short on these sorts of serious ancillary events. But there is one small yet highly focused and detailed exhibit that stands out this week.

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Zaha Hadid is the real star of design events infiltrating Miami this week

Architecture, Art, Design, East
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
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Zaha Hadid's Pavilion.

Zaha Hadid’s Pavilion.

Zaha Hadid is not only one of the best known architects in the world, but after pursuing her own personal visionary path for over forty years, she is one of the most bankable. Her drawings and design objects are all over the 2015 design fairs this week in Miami.

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Design Miami Minute> Larry Bell and Hans Ulrich Obrist together in Wynwood

Art, Design, East
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
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One of the early highlights of Miami Art and Design Week is the spectacular Larry Bell sculpture 6X6 An Improvisation at White Cube Gallery’s pop up space in the Wynwood Art District. Last night, Bell was interviewed by uber questioner Hans Ulrich Obrist in the gallery next to the piece.

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Tell us what excites you about this year’s Design Miami

Architecture, Art, Design, East
Monday, November 30, 2015
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The Architect’s Newspaper will be in Miami this week for a slew of art and design events including Art Basel, Unbuilt, Design Miami, the Salone del Mobile preview, and launches of the new Institute of Contemporary Art and limited edition Ducati motorcycle. We have received a huge digital and paper file of official press releases but there may be scattered events and launches that have not landed on our desk. Is there anything the AN audience should know about on the edges of the official events? What are we missing? Let us know here in the comments below or tell us about your design highlights of the week!

Design with Company’s pavilion for Airbnb to activate a vacant lot at Design Miami/

Architecture, East, Midwest, News
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
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A Roman arch welcomes visitors into Airbnb’s Design With Company designed belong. here. now. at Design Miami/. (Courtesy Design With Company)

The Chicago based Design With Company have been commissioned by Airbnb to design an installation for Design Miami/. Conceived as a large space of familiar building fragments, the so-called belong. here. now. will be an interactive space to be programmed throughout the week-long festival, with performances, events, and exhibitions.

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Critic Alastair Gordon diagnoses Miami with a case of “facade-ism”

Pérez Art Museum Miami. (Flickr / Phillip Pessar)

Pérez Art Museum Miami. (Flickr / Phillip Pessar)

Miami is a place of sunshine and gloss, bronzed bodies and signature cocktails. But for architecture critic and author Alastair Gordon, the underlying dynamics—including the harsh realities of income inequality and rising sea levels—are what make the city truly interesting.

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Developer Andrew Frey on aesthetics versus urbanism in Miami’s building codes

2020 Salzedo rental homes in Coral Gables. (Courtesy Andrew Frey / Codina)

2020 Salzedo rental homes in Coral Gables. (Courtesy Andrew Frey / Codina)

When it comes to navigating Miami’s zoning codes, Tecela principal Andrew Frey brings an experience-based advantage to the table. Before transitioning to the business side of development in early 2011, he spent six years as a zoning lawyer. “I always wanted to be a developer, and I learned a lot from my developer clients,” recalled Frey.

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The Facades+ conference digs into Miami architecture this September

The acclaimed Facades+ conference series is coming to Miami September 10-11. (Daniel Chodusov / Flickr)

The acclaimed Facades+ conference series is coming to Miami September 10-11. (Daniel Chodusov / Flickr)

Facades+, the premier conference on high performance building envelopes, stands out as an exception to the rule of generic meet-and-greets.

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More on Miami’s remarkable growth from architect Allan Shulman

Downtown Miami is rapidly becoming a live-work destination. (Ed Webster / Flickr)

Downtown Miami is rapidly becoming a live-work destination. (Ed Webster / Flickr)

When it comes to development, said Allan Shulman, principal of Miami-based Shulman + Associates, “Miami has always been a true ‘boom and bust’ city, with the cycles highly compressed in comparison to other North American cities.”

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