News Type: Architecture

The Pink House – a Miami Landmark

Discover the iconic Pink House, a landmark of modern architecture in Miami Shores. Perched on Biscayne Bay, this unique residence boasts 100′ of open water frontage and a prime location in one of Miami’s most sought-after…

The Evolution of The Miamism Sales Team

17 Years of Evolution: From “Husband and Wife Real Estate Duo” to Avanti Way Realty Branch Leaders & Partners. At Miamism, we are grateful for the ongoing support of our readers and customers. Our journey in…

Alfred Browning Parker Architecture in Miami Shores

Had to republish this article because of the amazing response we are getting about listing architecturally significant homes in Miami. It makes a huge difference that you, as a home owner, recognize the architect of your…

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…

The Reason Behind Miami’s Momentum

I wrote this article 7 years ago!!! And the momentum continues – I LOVE our city! I have been documenting Miami’s momentum for some time and letting you know that it is no longer a thing…

Home Design Magazine – Selling History

I am so excited to announce that we were featured in The Home Design and Remodeling Show Magazine!!  This institution is close and dear to our hearts because of all the amazing professionals they feature, and…

Oppenheim’s Ten Museum Park shines through

I wrote this article back in August of 2007 and had to re-post it because it makes me smile. (One thousand museum was not even a thought!!) Ten Museum Park is still my favorite building from…

Miami Architecture – Fontainebleau Hotel

No better time to feature Morris Lapidus’ magic, than during The National Association of REALTORS annual conference – President’s Circle RPAC, being hosted in Miami at the epic Fontainebleau Hotel. First, let me start by sharing…

Miami Architecture – Venetian Pool in Coral Gables

We can categorize Miami Landmarks in many ways, from style, location, era, scale … so many choices!! But there’s one place that it’s undoubtedly a landmark, and that’s The Venetian Pool. There isn’t one time that…

Miami Architecture – Brickell Arch

The Brickell Arch was formerly known as Espirito Santo Plaza and built by KPF (Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, Architects) in 2004.  One of my all-time favorite facades that makes me stop dead in my tracks every…

Miami Detached – poem inspired by Vincent Scully

I wrote this poem for an assignment as a 4th year architecture student at The University of Miami.  It was a seminar by the renowned Yale art historian, Vincent Scully, who inspired students for years with…

Architectural Eye

Every once in a while I have the right to be a little strange, a bit bizarre or just out there.  This is my blog after all and if you are reading this and don’t like …