Miami may not have quite the same voluminous history as some other major cities across the country but our rapidly developing cultural melting pot still offers a magnificent list of iconic architecture.
We chose 10 buildings of varying scales from across multiple eras. Single-family properties were not featured prominently (we’ll look into posting an additional map highlighting those) but there was one exception, a dynamic creation by Alfred Browning Parker in Coconut Grove.
Will under-construction developments like Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum or Jean Nouvel’s Monad Terrace eventually find their way to this map? Stay tuned.
If you disagree with our selections, share your thoughts in the comments and feel free to nominate some other structures to factor in for our next update.
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Note: The map is arranged from north to southRead More