Miamism Fridays – Morris Lapidus
youtube://v/uODPiCoMD-gHow awesome to see this brief interview of Morris Lapidus. One of Miami Beach’s best known Mid-century architects. During his prime he was considered controversial and violated every rule, starting with “form follows function”. Today, the Fontainebleau and Lincoln Road follies are clear representations of the evolution of our city and its eclectic concepts. MiMO (Miami Modern) is born. From the mouth of the creator to you, filmed by VisualSOLUTIONS Media.
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What a great interview and what a great man. Good to see that at 96 he still gets around and loves Lincoln Road to this day. Being the first architect to design curved structures when he was told he couldn’t is really something.
I enjoyed that Ines. Thank you.
Hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday!