Miami Walking Tours, Florida Building Guides, US Architectural Walks, Architects Visits
Miami Architecture Tours
Florida Architecture Guides, USA – Exclusive Walks tailor made for groups visiting United States
Post updated July 14, 2022
Miami Walking Tours
Book your city guide on isabelle(at)e-architect.com
Florida Architecture Walking Tours – Exclusive Guided Walks
e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across USA and the continent of North America.
Most recent major building in the city:
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach building design by Foster + Partners, based in London, UK:
photo : Nigel Young / Foster + Partners
Our Miami guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Miami are all exclusive to each client.
Grove at Grand Bay Buildings, Miami Beach, design by BIG architects:
image from architects office
This sold-out development marks starchitect Bjarke Ingels’ first completed condominium design in the USA. The pair of twisting 20-story glass towers is part of the rejuvenation of Coconut Grove’s business district.
Please contact e-architect if you are arranging an office trip, a conference, or university trip to Miami, FL.
Miami Marine Stadium Building Renovation
photo : Rick Bravo
Miami Architecture Introduction
Miami Modernist architecture, or MiMo, is a regional style of architecture that developed in South Florida during the post-war period. The style was internationally recognized as a regionalist response to the International Style. It can be seen in most of the larger Miami and Miami Beach resorts built after the Great Depression.
1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach design by celebrated Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron:
photograph : Nelson Garrido/1111Lincoln Road MBeach1, LLLP
Well known architects offices with buildings in Miami include Herzog & de Meuron, Arquitectonica, Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects, Grimshaw, KPF, David Chipperfield Architects, Populous, HOK, Carlos Ott and Fentress. PoMo had some key works in the city too, for example The Atlantis Condominium (1982) Arquitectonica.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science building, 2017, by British architects Grimshaw:
image from architecture firm
Famous 20th Century architects to build in the city include Morris Lapidus Architect. Key buildings include Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach (1954) by Morris Lapidus Architect; Delano Hotel, Miami Beach (1947) renewed by B. Robert Swartburg; interior, Philippe Starck; Eden RocHotel, Miami Beach (1955) by Morris Lapidus Architect.
Miami Beach Convention Center Building design by architects BIG + West 8 + Fentress + JPA:
image from BIG
Miami Architecture Walking Tours
Miami Architectural Tours can include visiting the major buildings – such as the highest skyscrapers – in the city center. However our guides can normally show your group specific buildings by request on our Florida Architecture Tours. e-architect can offer basic advice for preparing your itinerary ahead of your Miami walking tour.
Miami Walking Tours
Contact e-architect to arrange your Florida architectural tour: isabelle(at)e-architect.com / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814
Other than Miami, e-architect offer architecture walking tours in other cities such as New York, Chicago, Mexico City, Barcelona, Edinburgh and Paris.
City Building Tours
Miami Architect : Studio Listings
More Florida architecture designs on the e-architect website – selection:
PGA TOUR headquarters, TPC Sawgrass golf course, FL 32082, USA
Design: Foster + Partners, Architects
photograph : Chuck Choi
PGA TOUR headquarters, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
Set within the stunning natural wetlands of TPC Sawgrass, the new Global Home of the PGA TOUR in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida has officially opened.
Hollywood’s Art and Culture Center Expansion, 1650 Harrison Street, Hollywood, FL 33020
Design: Brooks + Scarpa, Architects
image © Brooks + Scarpa
Hollywood’s Art and Culture Center Expansion
Brooks + Scarpa’s long planned addition for the The Art and Culture Center Hollywood has finally been approved by the City to move forward towards construction. The new 5,400 square foot addition will bookend the existing center with an expanded Arts Education wing, containing state- of- the- art studios for performance, visual arts, digital media, and music.
Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation, Miami Design District
Design: Rene Gonzalez Architects
image Courtesy architecture office
Berkowitz Contemporary Foundation
BCF, a non-profit foundation formerly known as Fairholme Unlimited, announced designs for its innovative new art space in the city.
Benjamin P. Grogan and Jerry L. Dove Federal Building, Miramar, Broward County, FL, USA
Design: Krueck + Sexton Architects with Gensler
photographers : Nick Merrick/Hedrich Blessings
Benjamin P. Grogan and Jerry L. Dove Federal Building
This 375,000-square foot, highly sustainable Federal Office Building, is located at 2030 S.W. 145th Avenue in Miramar, FL. Developed under the GSA Design Excellence Program and occupied by the FBI, the campus buildings are oriented and shaped in response to the local climate, natural environment, and agency needs.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
image courtesy of architects firm
Miami Museum of Science, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum
Grimshaw is pleased to announce the opening of the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science (Frost Science) in Miami, Florida. This exciting new 250,000 square foot facility brings together an aquarium, planetarium and science museum onto one campus in downtown Miami’s Museum Park.
Orlando International Airport South Terminal Complex
Design: Fentress Architects
image from architecture office
Orlando International Airport Building
The design goal for the South Terminal Complex (STC) is to create the next generation of The Orlando Experience™ by using large gestures that will create an unforgettable experience. The major building elements are aligned as a campus connected by “The Boulevard.”
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