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Dezeen Debate newsletter features Miami’s first supertall skyscraper

May 19, 2022 Serena Lawrance 0

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features plans for Miami’s first supertall skyscraper. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now! Sieger Suarez Architects and Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott have designed Miami’s first supertall skyscraper for hotel brand Waldorf Astoria. It will have 100 storeys and will be 1,049-feet-tall (319.7 metres). According to Ott, the building’s structure consists of

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Sieger Suarez Architects and Carlos Ott design Miami’s first supertall skyscraper

May 13, 2022 Ben Dreith 0
Waldorf Astoria supertall skyscraper

Sieger Suarez Architects has collaborated with Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott to design a new property for hotel brand Waldorf Astoria in Miami, which aims to be the first supertall skyscraper to be completed in the city. The Waldorf Astoria Miami has 100 storeys and will top out at 1,049 feet (319.7 metres), well over the

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Esme Hotel in Miami draws on the “bohemian grandeur” of its past

May 1, 2022 Alice Finney 0
The lobby of Esme hotel Miami

Saturated tones, Mediterranean patterns and decadent furnishings are found throughout this renovated boutique hotel in Miami with interiors by New York studio Jessica Schuster Design. Originally built in 1927 as a cultural hub for artists, the building, formerly known as Spanish Village, is located on Miami Beach’s pedestrian plaza, Española Way. Event planning and design

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Brillhart elevates Miami home on stilts in response to rising sea levels

April 15, 2022 Ben Dreith 0

Responding to floods and weather caused by climate change, Florida-based Brillhart Architecture has raised a residence in southern Miami on galvanized steel stilts. Brillhart Architecture designed the home for a man whose prior residence had sustained significant damage during the storm surges of Hurricane Irma in 2017. In order to respond to the intense weather

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Barozzi Veiga designs home for Miami artist residency Oolite Arts

April 12, 2022 Ben Dreith 0

Spanish firm Barozzi Veiga has revealed plans for a new home for Oolite Arts in Miami, the studio’s first ground-up project in the United States. Located in a suburban neighbourhood north of the city, the Barozzi Veiga design features a low-lying building with a series of towers that serve multiple purposes to improve the working

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Elon Musk’s plan for a Tesla tunnel in Miami features in today’s Dezeen Debate newsletter

February 24, 2022 Karen Anderson 0
Elon Musk

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features Elon Musk’s plan to construct the North Miami Beach Loop tunnel in Miami. Musk’s infrastructure firm The Boring Company has submitted plans to build a tunnel that would shuttle people in a dedicated fleet of Tesla cars from the north of Miami to the beach. Measuring six miles

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Elon Musk proposes Tesla tunnel in Miami to “solve traffic and be an example to the world”

February 22, 2022 Jennifer Hahn 0
Entrance to The Boring Company's LVCC Loop system with white Teslas in front, used to illustrate a story about the North Miami Beach Loop

Elon Musk’s infrastructure firm The Boring Company has submitted plans to construct the North Miami Beach Loop tunnel in Miami, which would shuttle people in a dedicated fleet of Tesla cars from the north of the city to the beach. The six-mile-long tunnel would connect the commuter railway station at Golden Glades with Sunny Isles Beach on

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Stitched brick wall welcomes guests to Uchi Miami restaurant by Michael Hsu

February 11, 2022 Dan Howarth 0
Uchi Miami sushi restaurant interior

Masonry bricks are tied together to form a curved entryway at this sushi restaurant in Miami’s Wynwood neighbourhood, by Michael Hsu Office of Architecture. At Uchi Miami, the American firm aimed to create a “perfect contrast” between the materials, techniques and styles of Japan and Florida. “Uchi tells a story of tactility, honoring Japanese tradition,

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Marcel Wanders wraps Louis Vuitton Miami store in diamond facade

January 29, 2022 Jenna McKnight 0
Louis Vuitton store

Dutch studio Marcel Wanders has created a white, patterned screen for a Louis Vuitton menswear store in Miami that was informed by the luxury brand’s leatherwork and iconic monogram. Located in the heart of the city’s Design District, the store opened in December 2021 during Design Miami. While the building and interior design were handled

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Esrawe Studio and Superflex create stripy ceramic facade for Grupo Arca showroom in Miami

November 24, 2021 Natasha Levy 0
Grupo Arca showroom in Miami features stripy tiled facade

Multicolour tiles form graphic stripes across the exterior of this showroom in Miami, which Esrawe Studio has designed in collaboration with art collective Superflex. The showroom belongs to natural stone company Grupo Arca and is located in Wynwood, a former industrial district of Miami where scores of converted warehouses are now covered with vivid murals by some

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