Starchitecture is alive and prosperous in Miami – year after year, the city is adding new buildings designed by starchitects, from the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) and 1111 Lincoln Road (deemed the most amazing parking garage you’ve ever seen) designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the Faena District by Rem Koolhaas’ OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture), the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science designed by Grimshaw Architects, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts by Cesar Pelli or the New World Center by Frank Gehry.
With less than one week to go until Art Basel Miami, where Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is a sponsor of Art Basel with a booth in the Collector’s Lounge, and Design Miami/ where Elliman sponsors the design talks series, we look at some of the most important new developments designed by the boldest names in architecture.
Eighty Seven Park by Renzo Piano
Eighty Seven Park is a new luxury condominium located at 8701 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, designed to seamlessly embrace park and ocean. Designed by Pritzker Award-Winning architect Renzo Piano, the building is surrounded by a lush 35-acre city park to the south and a private garden to the north.
Italian architect Renzo Piano is also the architect of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris (1977), the Shard in London (2012), the Whitney Museum in NYC (2015).
Visit www.eightysevenpark.com for more info.
One River Point by Rafael Viñoly
One River Point is a new luxury condo complex located in Downtown Miami and designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Vinoly. Dual 60-story towers rise above a floating podium from which a serene waterfall cascades 85 feet to a shimmering pool below appearing to flow into the Miami River. The condos feature private elevator landings, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, stone flooring, and 12-foot deep terraces.
Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly is also the architect of 432 Park Avenue in NYC (2015), 20 Fenchurch Street in London (2010), and the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts inPhiladelphia (2001).
Discover more at oneriverpoint.com.
Park Grove by OMA/Rem Koolhaas
Welcome to Park Grove, a new luxury condominium in Coconut Grove, Miami. Designed by OMA / Rem Koolhas, the iconic towers of Park Grove offer the best of upscale living –yachting, high culture, a vibrant society — with a laidback artistic sensibility in the quiet enclave of Coconut Grove.
Dutch architect Rem Koolhas is also the architect of the Seattle Public Library (2004), CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, China (2012), and the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre in Dallas (2009).
Discover more at park-grove.com.
Monad Terrace by Jean Nouvel
Monad Terrace is a new selection of luxury bayfront condos located in Miami’s South Beach and designed from arrival to bay by Pritzker Prize-winner Jean Nouvel. Composed of 59 waterfront residences around a glittering lagoon on Biscayne Bay, Monad Terrace provides great light and expansive private outdoor space while being sheltered by climbing gardens that feature native Bougainvillea and Passion Vines.
French architect Jean Nouvel is also the architect of the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris (1987), the newly opened Louvre Abu Dhabi (2017), and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis (2006).
Explore more at monadterrace.miami/.