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Snap! Miami p r e s e n t s ‘ALL ABOUT WARHOL’ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014, 7:00-10:00 PM 117 NE 1ST AVE MIAMI 33132 RSVP TO THE EVENT ► http://www.eventbrite.com/e/snap-miami-presents-all-about-warhol-tickets-12841582519 A personal vision of The Hilton Brothers,’ a collaboration between … Continue reading
Architect and DawnTown Board Memeber Terry Riley travels around Miami and explains the rebirth of downtown Miami.
This video was taken during DWNTWN Art Days between current Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) Director Tom Collins, and former director Terry Riley. The video talks about the history of the new museum’s development and it’s social presence in the … Continue reading
(The photos above are courtesy of Peter Hernandez) The MSC Divina arrived this morning in Downtown at PortMiami. A very impressive addition to the cruise ships already calling PortMiami home, the Divina may have had its thunder stolen by … Continue reading
Construction continues on the Miami Center for Architecture & Design in Downtown Miami. Check out these photos. (All images are courtesy of DawnTown)
Photo from Team B.ADD WINGS Facebook page The Red Bull Flugtag: A wild and demented 21st century take on the Wright Brothers experiment. For those of you who don’t know, the Flugtag challenges ordinary people to build an aircraft, … Continue reading
Miami Heat parade route courtesy of Miami Dade County. Please be aware that there will be heavy traffic delays starting at 9am and continuing through 2:30pm. Also be aware that backpacks and book bags will not be allowed anywhere around … 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!
No, no, no, no, no. Zaha is not building a new cathedral in Haiti so don’t let the title of this post confuse you. Our friends at Archinect have posted not one, but TWO stories relating to Miami today, … Continue reading
The Miami Herald’s front page reports that the Bacardi Building located in downtown Miami will be granted new as an arts hub thanks to The National Young Arts Foundation. Architect Frank Gehry will be designing the project. For more on … Continue reading
Today marks the 95th birthday of modern architect, IM Pei. Pei left his native China to study in the United States, but was not in tune with the Beaux-Arts teachings happening at the time; at one point he considered whether … Continue reading
The event is open to the public. Please follow the directions on the flyer above.
The Resorts World project received news that the gambling component of their hotel has been denied. The project headed up by the Genting Group and designed by local architecture firm, Arquitectonica, are now in the process of downsizing the program … Continue reading
Andres Viglucci is the Miami Herald’s veteran reporter on urban affairs in this city, and a frequent supporter of DawnTown. In the newspaper today, he writes a great article about the revival of Flagler Street, Miami’s first main street in … Continue reading
Things are busy at Bicentennial Park; construction continues on Herzog deMueron’s Miami Art Museum, the large tensile structure on the site is from the entertainment group Cavalia (think Cirque du Soleil with horses), and now a new puzzle piece has … Continue reading