Renovations at the Shelborne hotel
Future site of the Brickell CitiCentre from Swire Properties in Miami
Brickell views from the top of 600 Brickell
The National Hotel is an Art Deco landmark on Miami Beach. Designed by Roy France, one of the period’s foremost Architects. When it opened in 1940, The National Hotel was one of the most luxurious and grandest hotels on Miami Beach. Although it has undergone some recent renovations, original details still remain such as the chrome light fixtures, terrazzo flooring, and re-upholstered “barrel” chairs in the lounge and lobby. The hotel’s 205-foot long, palm-lined infinity pool is renowned for being the longest on Miami Beach. The National Hotel is a classic icon of style and service in the heart of South Beach’s historic Art Deco District
Sometimes you have a really stressful and overwhelming day at the office and then you walk outside to head home and this gorgeous sunset stares you in the face. Thank you Miami.
A summer day in Miami. Loving the water and the beach on Key Biscayne
Taking a drive down Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Coral Gables and my eye got caught by a building I’ve probably passed a hundred times before. Built in the 1960s, this building located at 1000 Ponce de Leon Blvd. is a great example of Miami architecture. I love how the hovering sun shades have a building function to keep sun off of the Direct East and West facades but they also act as a strong architectural feature.
Pedestrian architecture on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Design by Raymond Jungles Studio-Landscape Architects