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Design Miami Holding Student Competition to Design the Signature Entrance to this Year's Fair


Partnering with the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Design Miami, the annual design fair held alongside Art Basel Miami Beach, has decided to launch a school-wide competition to design the entrance to their fair. The entrance, usually a statement-making piece of temporary architecture, is designed by a different architect every year. Past commissions have gone to early-career architects like Aranda\Lasch, Moorhea & Moorhead, David Adjaye, Snarkitecture, Formless Finder and Jonathan Muecke. Not only will this be the first year that Design Miami commissions a student to create it, however, it will also be the first year the pavilion design goes through a competition. No news yet when the winning design will be chosen, but it will likely be sometime in the fall.—Alexandra J Miller

· Design Miami launching competition with Harvard GSD for 2015 pavilion commission [Architizer]
· Design Miami coverage [Curbed Miami]