Iconic Miami Architect Kenneth Treister’s New Book Examines Many of His Greatest Local Works

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Architect Kenneth Treister, whose distinctive subtropical style flourished in Miami during the fabulous heydays of the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and even later recently released a book exploring many of his most significant local buildings. These include some fantastic courtyard houses, the sublime Mayfair in the Grove shopping center and hotel, and a building whose current limbo has been covered at length here on the Big Bubble, the Office in the Grove.

‘Gardens, Architecture & Art: The Humanistic Architecture of Kenneth Treister’ is a large, weighty book, full of illustrations, published by Books & Books, with an introduction by Tom Wolfe. Below is a sampling of its 500-plus pages of content.

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