Miami Architecture Conference – AIA Florida Event

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American Institute of Architects Conference in Miami

AIA Convention in Florida, USA

10 Apr 2007

Miami Architecture Conference

Information from Oppenheim Architecture + Design

Chad Oppenheim, Founding Principal of OPPENheim architecture + design

Rejuvenation of American Cities on the Water: A conference hosted by the
American Institute of Architects (AIA) Committee on Design

AIA Conference Florida

Miami, Florida
12-15 April 2007

The conference will explore the current landscapes of Miami and future design opportunities around Miami and its waterways. Oppenheim will participate in two events during the conference in addition to serving as a juror on the AIA Ideas Competition:

Guided tours of 10 Museum Park, Oppenheim’s newly completed 50-story spa lifestyle building in downtown Miami.

10 Museum Park
1040 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132

Panel Discussion on the Future of Miami Architecture and Policy
Oppenheim will join Roberto Espejo (Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects), Jean FranÁois Lejeune (University of Miami), Daniella Levine (Human Services Coalition of Dade County), Terry Riley (Miami Art Museum), Laurinda Spear (Arquitectonica) and Suria Yaffar (Zyscovich) in a discussion moderated by Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk (Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company).

Enoteca Sardinia Restaurant
1801 Purdy Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 531 – 2228

During the conference Oppenheim will also participate in a joint presentation of The Florida Five’s recent work moderated by James Trulove on Saturday April 14, 2007 from 2 – 4 PM. The presentation is one of a seven-part lecture series about architecture that will take place at the Blake Library in Stuart, FL during National Architecture Week, the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the AIA.

Blake Library
John Armstrong Wing
2351 SE Monterey Road
Stuart, FL 34996
(772) 288 – 5702

About The Florida Five
The Florida Five is a group of five Florida-based architects—Albert Alphonso, Rene Gonzalez, Scott Hughes, Chad Oppenheim and Guy Peterson—that has teamed up in the spirit of The New York Five and the group’s common allegiance to a pure form of architectural modernism that harkened back to the work of Le Corbusier. The goal of The Florida Five is to bring the concept of modern design to the attention of Florida residents, particularly in the realm of residential design. These five architects participate in joint presentations to show examples of their recent work that offers alternatives to the architectural styles imposed upon Florida residents by developers. Each member of The Florida Five designs with a modernist’s vocabulary and has been awarded AIA Awards of Excellence.

Florida AIA Architecture Conference information from Oppenheim Architecture + Design 100407


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Miami Architecture – Selection

COR Building
Oppenheim Architecture + Design
Miami tower
rendering courtesy of dbox
COR Tower

ilonabay, Miami Beach
Oppenheim Architecture + Design
ilonabay Miami
photo © Ken Hayden Photography
Miami Beach Condominium complex

Regalia – Condominium Tower, Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach
Arquitectonica
Regalia Condominium Tower
image from architects

Regalia Condominium Tower

Miami Architects

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