Posts Tagged ‘Florida’
Saturday, May 7th, 2016
Article source: Barbaritobancel architectes
Haute Couture and Architecture can meet around these values. From this combination, a duality emerges.
The Haute-Couture is linked to fashion, the ephemeral, and constantly needs to renew itself.
Architecture transcends fashions and its image needs to outlive time that goes by and continue to represent de Dior spirit in a lasting manner.
Image Courtesy © Alessandra Chemollo
- Architects: Barbaritobancel architectes
- Project: Dior Miami Façade
- Location: 162 NE 39th St , Miami, FL 33137, USA
- Photography: Alessandra Chemollo
- Date of completion: 17th March 2016
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Article source: ROSSETTI
With the opening of the new Daytona International Speedway (DIS) at the Daytona 500, the first motorsports stadium will be a game changer for the sport of NASCAR. The design-build partnership of ROSSETTI and Barton Malow Corporation — two Detroit-based companies — generated many innovations over the four years of work on the project. ROSSETTI’s innovations feature stadium design that is completely new to the sport of racing. The firm also used new technology to enhance the design and coordination of the project.
Image Courtesy © ROSSETTI
- Architects: ROSSETTI
- Project: DAYTONA RISING
- Location: Florida, USA
Saturday, February 20th, 2016
Article source: Foster + Partners
A gala was held in Palm Beach today on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Norton Museum of Art, which coincided with the groundbreaking ceremony for The New Norton. The event was attended by Lord Foster along with Norton Executive Director Hope Alswang, and Norton Board of Trustees Chairman Harry Howell. The New Norton will revitalise and expand the existing museum, adding more galleries and visitor facilities, while restoring the original axial layout of the Museum, set within an exotic Floridian landscape. It seeks to enhance the experience of art by reinforcing the relationship between the building and the landscape and create a new social focus for the community. It also lays the foundations for the future growth of the museum to become one of Florida’s leading cultural institutions.
Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners
- Architects: Foster + Partners
- Project: The new extension at the Norton Museum of Art
- Location: Florida, US
Friday, February 5th, 2016
Article source: KZ Architecture
Architect Jaya Kader Zebede’s newest project is proof positive that good things come in threes. For her first –ever contemporary home design, she successfully solved the puzzle of a pie-shaped lot in Golden Beach – a well – heeled neighborhood northeast of Miami – with a trio of distinctive forms, each designed for different functions.
Image Courtesy © Robin Hill
- Architects: KZ Architecture
- Project: South Parkway
- Location: Florida, USA
- Photography: Robin Hill
- Software used: Autodesk, Revit
Sunday, January 31st, 2016
Article source: Studio Christian Wassmann
Studio Christian Wassmann and restaurateur Frank Prisinzano are pleased to announce the opening of the Sun Path House in Miami Beach, Florida. The house, a concrete structure in dialogue with a 1930s bungalow, uses the sun and as the central figure in the fostering of vitality and health of the inhabitants.
Image Courtesy © Casey Kelbaugh
- Architects: Studio Christian Wassmann
- Project: Sun Path House
- Location: Miami Beach, Florida, USA
- Photography: Todd Eberle, Casey Kelbaugh
- Client: Frank Prisinzano
- Project team Studio Christian Wassmann: Joana Bem- Haja, Pino Pavese, Garrick Ambrose, Helene Nishijo Andersen, Jorge Rivera
- Architect of Record: Armando Rizo, Rizo Carreno & Partners, Inc.
- Structural eng.: Hector De Los Reyes Engineering. Inc.
- Electrical and mechanical engineer: Project Caine
- General contractor: Cobo Construction Corp (more…)
Sunday, December 20th, 2015
Article source: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
The site is the last piece of land north of North Shore Open Space Park at the limit of the city of Miami Beach. This is just an amazing and unique site, almost suspended between the sea and the park.
The main idea of the project is to enhance the presence of the green space in the area of North Shore Park, by extending the green area to 87th Terrace at the northern limit of the project site.
Image Courtesy © RPBW
- Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
- Project: 8701 Collins Avenue
- Location: Miami Beach, Florida, USA
- Collaboration: Kobi Karp Architecture Interior Design and Stantec Architecture (Miami)
Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Article source: ONEDB ARCHITECTURE
The San Souci 2 House is a single-family home in Sans Souci, Fl. This 4,700 square foot, 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom is located in the heart of North Miami Beach.
Image Courtesy © ONEDB ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: ONEDB ARCHITECTURE
- Project: San Souci 2 House
- Location: North Miami, Florida
- Site Area: 9,375 square feet
- Floor Area: 4,700 square feet
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- Project Year: 2015
- Project Completion Date: 2017
Friday, July 24th, 2015
Article source: Juan Carlos Ricardes Architects
Ballast Point is a neighborhood south of the peninsula of Tampa, located 6 km from Downtown, on Hillsborough Bay. The owners selected this place for its characteristics, proximity to downtown Tampa, the water accessibility and the conveniences of a low density site.
Image Courtesy © Juan Carlos Ricardes Architects
- Architects: Juan Carlos Ricardes Architects
- Project: Casa Tampa
- Location: Ballast Point, Tampa, Florida, USA
- Design Team Members: Jay Hedahl
- Firm: Jaju’ Design & Development
- Land area: 534 m2
- Built area: 320 m2
Friday, July 17th, 2015
Article source: [STRANG] Architecture
Built on speculation, this tropical modern residence is located on DiLido Island in Miami Beach. Open water views of Biscayne Bay informed the design of this six-bedroom home. The Master Suite and Great Room feature walls of glass, while generous overhangs protect the home from the elements. Natural light floods the entire home as a result of a strategically placed entry courtyard. The home is currently offered for sale for $13,800,000 through Calibre International Realty.
Image Courtesy © Blue Ocean Photography
- Architects: [STRANG] Architecture
- Project: Dilido Residence
- Location: Miami Beach, Florida
- Photography: Blue Ocean Photography
- Software used: Sketchup Pro, AutoCad
- Project Team:
Maria Ascoli, Max Strang
- Project Management: Alexandra Mangimelli
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Article source: Sweet Sparkman Architects
This project is a series of commissioned beach-side park restroom pavilions. Each of these pavilions share a common design signature. The design team used an abstract version of sea-oats, vegetation synonymous with the gulf beaches of Sarasota, to create a continuous theme in the façade. The abstract use of ‘sea-oats’ as a screen element was used to unite the ramp with the building rather than having the ramp appear to be an appendage to the design. The wood ramp system is suspended from the cast-in-place concrete roof slab with stainless steel rods. As one ascends the ramp, the natural preserve encloses the building volumes which are oriented to provide enhanced views of the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay.
Image Courtesy © Sweet Sparkman Architects
- Architects: Sweet Sparkman Architects
- Project: Sarasota County Beach Pavilions
- Location: Sarasota, Florida
- Software used: VRay, photoshop and sketch-up, ACAD