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Aziz + Cucher: Time of the Empress (septet) Curated by Tami Katz-Freiman November 21, 2013 – January 24, 2014 Opening Reception: Thursday, November 21, 2013 7pm – 10pm The Screening Room invites you to its upcoming show, a solo … Continue reading
A long standing tradition at Florida International University has been Walk on Water, where students build inflatable devices to traverse the man made lake on campus. Always a site to behold, come down to FIU this Thursday, November 7th to … Continue reading
DawnTown’s Founder and Board Chair Andrew Frey has recently collaborated with Florida International School of Architecture and the Knight Foundation to study infill housing. This information comes from his organization, Townhouse Center: Jason Chandler, a licensed architect and … Continue reading
Opa-Locka. Opa-Locka? Where is it? It’s a small neighborhood in the northwest quadrant of Miami that doesn’t get the best reputation in the world. However, the area is rich in architectural history. If you ask Miami Dade College professor, … Continue reading
Acclaimed Los Angeles architect (and former DawnTown Juror) Larry Scarpa is joining the likes of Herzog & DeMeuron, Arquitectonica and Zaha Hadid with his own parking garage on the Beach. Below are some images that have just been posted to … Continue reading
Siteseekr is a new application that brings architecture to the masses. It is being developed locally by Linda Feinberg, an architect and educator from Florida International University. The premise is that Siteseekr will allow its audience to … Continue reading
DawnTown Design/Build’s winning entry, Up-Downtown, will make its grand debut at HistoryMiami. Come interact with the exhibit and meet the designers during this special event! RSVP by March 18th!
The competitions section of our site has recently been updated with new, detailed maps of the baywalk and fountain in Bayfront Park. Files are in PDF format and include scales. There are some dimensions located within the site plan to … Continue reading
Thursday night on Lincoln Road brings a lecture by starchitect extraordinaire, Rem Koolhaas of OMA. Along with him will be Shohei Shigematsu, the director of OMA’s New York City office. The event will be moderated by University of Miami’s School … Continue reading
Reserve Channel is a station on YouTube, that focuses on variety of different topics, usually done in an interview setting of some kind. One of these segments is called Artist Tlk, hosted by Pharrell Williams. The same Pharrell Williams of NERD … Continue reading
We have been able to secure a scaled version of the Bayfront Area. Please click on the following link to download a PDF copy or visit our competition section: Site / Park Layout Above is the logo to be used … Continue reading
Here are some behind the scenes look at the Design / Build winners small scale mock up. Manuel and Jacob hard at work with their crew.
By ways of Atlanta comes this entry, submitted by a trio of designers: Rachel Dickey, April Tann, and Keith Smith. All three designers share a similar educational background, holding degrees from the Georgia Tech School of Architecture. As shown by … Continue reading
Our new competition, LANDMARK MIAMI, is about finding the new iconic symbol for the city of Miami. In no way do we wish to replace our local landmarks, but instead compliment them by adding a new one. It will be … Continue reading
Check out this great video found through Archinect on 1111 Lincoln Road, the parking lot/civic space/landmark found in Miami Beach designed by Herzog & deMeuron.
The Rockaways is a popular beach area, and escape from the hustle and bustle of New York City. Located in Long Island, the area was devastated by Hurricane Sandy leaving many without power, still to this day. Living in … Continue reading