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Miami Pier Museum in Miami, Florida by OSO Studio LTD

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

Article source: OSO Studio LTD

At the extension of the axis of the fifth avenue, pier museum becomes the ending of the urban space above the sea. The typology of building expresses the conversion and interaction of spatial energy. Simulating the natural growth, along the view toward the seascape in distance, the structure stretch from the beach end to the sea, converts the city space formed by street to a floating seascape terrace, planar pier evolutes to an organic structure, and provides the free path of promenade above the sea level.

Beach View

  • Architects: OSO Studio LTD
  • Project: Miami Pier Museum
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Competition: 2009
  • Software used: Mcneel Rhinoceros 4.0 for modeling; Maxwell Render 1.6 for rendering; Autodesk AutoCAD 2007 for drawings and Adobe Photoshop 9.0 for final process.


Cube in Miami, Florida by Oppenheim Architecture + Design (designed using Maya and ArchiCAD)

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Article source: Dbox

A dramatic and elemental steel infrastructure creates the possibility for ultimate volumetric flexibility where the homeowner can customize spatial prerogatives. Rising 22 stories over the design district in Miami, Florida—Cube promotes its occupants to design their own domain with the possibility of connecting multiple cube modules vertically, horizontally, and diagonally in addition to creating double height volumes, garden voids and cantilevered living environments. Generated by desire and need rather than architectural assumption, the volumetric play of the building creates intriguing arrangements of solid and void— a true interactive architecture.

Renderings by Dbox

  • Architects: Oppenheim Architecture + Design
  • Project: Cube
  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Scope: 240,000 SF mixed-use condominium complex. Architecture/Interior finishes
  • Renderings by: Dbox
  • Software used: Maya and Archicad


Cor in Miami, Florida by Oppenheim Architecture + Design

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Article source: Oppenheim Architecture + Design

COR, the first sustainable, mixed-use condominium in Miami, Florida represents a dynamic synergy between architecture, structural engineering and ecology.  Rising 400’ above the Design District, Cor extracts power from its environment utilizing the latest advancements in wind turbines, photovoltaic’s, and solar hot water generation— while integrating them into its architectural identity.

Image Courtesy Dbox

  • Architects: Oppenheim Architecture + Design
  • Project: Cor
  • Location: Design District, Miami, Florida
  • Scope: 480,000 SF mixed-use condominium complex. Architecture/ Interior finishes
  • Renderings by: Dbox


Miami Beach City Center Redevelopment in Florida by Gehry Partners, LLP; Hines Interests Limited Partnership and West 8

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Article source: Gehry Partners, LLP; Hines Interests Limited Partnership and West 8

Opened in January 2011, the 5.86-acre Miami Beach City Center Redevelopment project consists of New World Center, an innovative facility for music education and performance with state-of-the-art technical capabilities; Miami Beach Sound Scape, an adjacent 2.5-acre public park and event space; and a 556-space municipal parking structure.

Images Courtesy Robin Hill


Kettal Showroom in Coral Gables, Florida by Mateu Architecture

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Article source: Mateu Architecture



Image Courtesy Carlos Domenech

  • Architects: Mateu Architecture
  • Project: Kettal Showroom
  • Location: Coral Gables, Florida
  • Client: Grupo Kettal North America
  • Building Area: (sf) 7,512 SQ. FT.  A/C
  • Cost per Square Foot: $120
  • Construction Cost: $900,000
  • Date of Substantial Completion: MARCH, 2007
  • Type of Project: COMMERCIAL
  • Photographer: Carlos Domenech


St. Petersburg Pier in Florida by Bjarke Ingels Group

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Article source: Bjarke Ingels Group


The city of St. Petersburg has released the three final designs for the St. Pete Pier including BIG’s the Wave, conceived as a strong character on the skyline and waterline of St Petersburg and Tampa Bay. Its characteristic waves and curves lend themselves to an array of activities around and within them.

The Pier is integral to the identity of St. Petersburg – a landmark – or rather watermark – that is a point of reference and a gathering point for the people of the city.

Images Courtesy BIG

  • Architect: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
  • Name of Project: St.Petersburg Pier
  • Location: City of St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
  • Client: City of St. Petersburg
  • Collaboration: mesh, Martha Schwarz Partners, Atelier Ten, Thornton Thomasetti, Parsons Brinckerhoff, HR&A, CC&A
  • Size: 424,000 SF / 39,400 m2
  • Partners-in-Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Thomas Christoffersen
  • Project Leader: Daniel Kidd
  • Team: Marcella Martinez, Andreia Teixeira, Suemin Jeon, Alessandro Ronfini, Chris Falla, Ho Kyung Lee, Jeremy Alain Siegel, David Brown


Mumford Pool House in Sarasota, Florida by Jonathan Parks Architect

Thursday, December 8th, 2011

Article source: Jonathan Parks Architect

This project in Sarasota, Florida centered on creating an elegant backyard living space in which the Owners could live and entertain. Both design professionals, they requested a new pool house, pool and landscape layout that embraced modern design but had a sensitivity to the adjacent 1926 historic home that would share the site.

Exterior View (Image Courtesy The Greg Wilson Group)

  • Architects: Jonathan Parks Architect
  • Project: Mumford Pool House
  • Location: Sarasota, Florida
  • Owner: Mrs. Jennifer Mumford and Mr. Robert Brady
  • Interior Design: JONATHAN PARKS ARCHITECT and Owner
  • Production Designer: Mr. Aristarco Montiel
  • Concept Designer: Ms. Yukiko Okada
  • Landscape Architect: Site Concepts International
  • Builder: David Bailey, Inc.
  • Photography: The Greg Wilson Group
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Florida Hospital / Burnham Institute in Orlando, Florida by Flad Architects (designed using AutoCAD and Revit)

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Article source: Flad Architects

Studies by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show a dramatic increase in obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease across the United States. These have become a national crisis that requires ongoing and immediate attention.

The Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes (TRI) facility will focus on the study of diabetes, obesity, and the metabolic origins of cardiovascular disease – bridging the gap between the research lab and the patient’s bedside and allowing for scientific discoveries and treatments to be developed more quickly and on a more personalized level.

Night rendering

  • Architects: Flad Architects
  • Project: Florida Hospital / Burnham Institute Translational Research Institute for Metabolism & Diabetes
  • Location: Orlando, Florida
  • Flad Role: Full architectural services
  • Size: 54,000 square feet
  • Completion: 2011 est.
  • Software used: Renderings were created with Sketchup and Podium. Final documents were done in Revit.


Rose in Miami Beach, Florida by bluarch

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

Article source: bluarch

Rosé Restaurant offers an upbeat dining experience on the South Beach strip in Miami, Florida.

Rosé was designed using a conceptual framework that acknowledges and indulges in both the glamour and the vibrancy of the 1960’s by paying homage to the lifestyle of the celebrities of the time… As icons Bianca and Mick Jagger, exemplified the glamour of the time, and were observed for their cutting edge style and flavor, designer Emilio Pucci, was at the cutting edge of fashion. Known for his geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colors, he seemed an appropriate symbol from which to draw the interior architecture of the space.


  • Architect: bluarch
  • Name of Project: Rose
  • Location: Miami Beach, Florida


Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen in Miami, Florida by Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Article source: Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects

Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen
is a proposal for an entrance plaza and children’s play area for Zoo Miami and Miami-Dade Art in Public Places. Emerging from the uncontrollability of hydrology and urbanism, the 80,000 ft2 paving system is comprised of thousands of pre-cast and cast-in-place concrete surfaces that mutate from horizontal to vertical at key points, both adaptive and constantly changing. Approximately two hundred of these pavers delaminate and peel off the ground.

Image Courtesy Bonner & Stayner

  • Architects: Studio BONNER & Stayner Architects
  • Project: Eight Thousand Two Hundred Fifteen
  • Location: Miami, Florida USA
  • Client: Miami-Dade Art in Public Places / Zoo Miami
  • Use: Culture, Public Art Works


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