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Photo courtesy of Miami-Dade County Useless 1 – ahem – U.S. 1 will be easier to cross now that Miami-Dade County Commissioners have approved this new pedestrian walkway. Although this news is great for the university students, it comes a little too … 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
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.
Four authorities will teach us about “Designing for Diversity: Affordable Housing for America’s Changing Demographics” tonight, Monday, March 26, at 6 p.m., Glasgow Lecture Hall, at the University of Miami School of Architecture. Refreshments will be served. Panelists: Sherry Ahrentzen … Continue reading