clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Mesmerizing DD41 will rise in Miami’s Design District

A three-story retail building

A rendering of DD41 in the Design District
via TSG Group/Renderings by Royal Byckovas

A uniquely-designed building stylistically suited for its surroundings is planed to rise within Miami’s Design District.

Named DD41 and designed by Royal Byckovas, the three-story retail development will be located a block away from the recently completed Institute of Contemporary Art. Developer TSG Group has chosen CBRE to handle leasing for the roughly 9,000-square-foot space located off Northeast 41st Street and Northeast 2nd Avenue.

The project is expected to break ground in early 2018 with completion pegged around a year later.

The architect describes the exterior as appearing “to be the results of years of aeolian geomorphology.” Here are some more details regarding the fascinating design, via Royal Byckovas:

Seeking an advantage over the diminutive lot characteristics, the building rises up and sits, perched at the fringes of North Miami avenue. The form and curvature of the facade define the swelling boundaries of the District and invites visitors to pause and then explore the full exterior limits of the site and building. Upon examination, the building’s form appears to be the results of years of aeolian geomorphology that when observed from series of vantage points appear impenetrable. Yet, a slight shift of view reveals a building that is curiously boundless...

Proposed DD41 Inspired By Aeolian Geomorphology [TNM]