News Type: Architecture

Miamism Fridays – Bacardi Building

Reposting a Miamism Fridays from 2009!! Right before I organized Miami’s first REBarCamp.  Definitely a great Throwback. This is the perfect photo for Miamism and I’ll explain why – The known Cantilevered Bacardi Building is one…

Miami Realtors – behind Rick and Ines

Wow! bringing back a old article we wrote back in March of 2008 – talk about a rant!! haha! anyway….just glad we’ve come a long way.  Enjoy the laugh! —— Every so often, when dealing with…

Cuban Tile Flooring – history and applications

You know I love old homes and have a passion for historic preservation. Cuban Tile is one of the popular flooring materials of the known “Spanish Mediterranean Revival” homes found in Miami – not to be…

Miami Architecture – Merrick House

We all know Miami is a young city, a baby compared to many other United States cities.  But when you think of Miami’s birth, Coral Gables always comes to mind and the man behind Coral Gables,…

Miami Architecture: Exploring the City’s Iconic Buildings

Welcome to our curated collection of Miami’s architectural gems. Over the years, we’ve featured many of Miami’s beloved buildings, including iconic landmarks. To make it easier for you to explore these posts, we’ve compiled them into…

Miamism Fridays – Fog over Miami

This photo by Miami_jj on Flickr totally blows my mind – it’s like a scene from a dream.  Here you have Brickell Avenue South of Downtown Miami with recognizable Brickell Condos like Arquitectonica’s The Palace, Villa…

Herzog & de Meuron architecture in South Beach

Throwback to 2010 – and yes… 1111 is an icon that has been accepted into our landscape!! Bravo to the nay sayers! I just finished filming for a documentary about Miami by a Canadian TV show…