The Perez Art Museum Miami is the rare, special breed of building that everybody loves. Since the day it opened, not that long ago really, Miamians have been obsessed with the architectural triumph that is the city's flagship art museum, designed by Herzog & de Meuron. On top of everything, the design, connections to Miami and the waterfront, and indoor and outdoor spaces, it's just really, really beautiful. Architectural photographers and filmmakers Robin Hill and Chris Correa set out to capture that beauty in a film while interviewing former museum director Terence Riley and curator Tobias Ostrander about the design and reasons behind PAMM's success.
· Robin Hill Photography [Photoshelter]
· Perez Art Museum Miami coverage [Curbed Miami]
· Perez Art Museum Miami [PAMM]