Pérez Art Museum Miami proves to be a work of art
The 200,000-sq.-ft., $131-million building in Miami, designed by Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, is a stunning structure of clear glass and thick cement that rises over Biscayne Bay’s blue waters. Inside, floor-to-ceiling windows flow throughout many of the exhibition spaces; the views of Miami, Miami Beach and the bay are a form of art themselves.
Other regional players and newsmakers mentioned in this roundup:
Jim Brown, Carlos Modia, Andrew Methven, Rafael Madan
One Bal Harbour condo/hotel, Plaza San Remo, Hawks Cay Resort & Villas, inland American Lodging Group, Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa, Southwest Airlines, Key West International Airport, Miami Worldcenter development, Miami Heat, Related Grou, GTIS Partners, soccer start David Beckham, Major League Soccer franchise, AIRE Radio Networks, BrickellHouse condominium, Lennar, Car Charging Group, Jackson Health System, TurboPower, Fortune International Realty, NINE at Mary Brickell Village, Bellini Williams Island, MyBrickell and Regalia.
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