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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
On Thursday, July 26 the Coral Gables Museum, 285 Aragon Avenue, will host an opening reception for Design for a Living World. The Nature Conservancy invited 10 designers to create objects from sustainable materials sourced from around the world. Design for a Living … Continue reading
Check out the video showing the public relations stunt to promote Miami Museum Month in May. We’ve also included a list of participating museums with links to their sites. May is Miami Museum Month, and what better way to create … Continue reading
There is still time to see the exhibit on the new Port Tunnel project in Miami. The tunnel is a massive public works project that creates a connection between Watson and Dodge Islands.