Arquitectonica, Miami’s Global Architectural Powerhouse, Explores its Oeuvre in its Latest Monograph.

Recently many of Miami’s most notable architecture firms have released big, weighty monographs of their work. One of the weightiest is a book by Alastair Gordon about Arquitectonica, the international architecture firm that was founded in Miami in 1977 and is still headquartered in the city, released in conjunction with the firm’s 40th anniversary.

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Virgin Voyages Announces the Third ‘High Design’ Cruise Ship Terminal for the Port of Miami

Virgin Voyages, Sir Richard Branson’s new cruise line sporting the eponymous Virgin brand, just unveiled its new terminal coming to the Port of Miami at a news conference at the Standard Hotel. Designed to look like a grove of minimalist palm trees, it’s the third ‘high design’ terminal to come to PortMiami, after Royal Caribbean’s recently completed Crown of Miami and the new terminal that Norwegian Cruise Lines is building.

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Check Out the University of Miami’s New Architecture Studio Building, by Arquitectonica

The newest addition to the cluster of buildings that comprise the University of Miami School of Architecture will be unveiled at a ceremony on November 29th. Designed by iconic Miami-based firm Arquitectonica, the new 20,000 square foot architecture studio building is named after Thomas P. Murphy Sr., father of the founder of the construction firm that built the project, Coastal Construction.

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Inside the Almost-Complete Miami Beach Convention Center

The Miami Beach Convention Center renovation, designed by Fentress Architects (lead architect), Arquitectonica (facade and associate architect), and West 8 (landscape architect) is finally nearing completion, in time for Art Basel Miami Beach this year. The architects released photographs of the completed portions of the transformed convention center, giving an inside and outside hint at what to expect. Elements like the rooftop ballroom, the West 8-designed park, and the grand west lobby are still in the works.

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Aria on the Bay Has Almost Topped Off

Well kablooie. Aria on the Bay, a condominium project which I once called the Melo Group’s least hideous tower yet, is very close to being topped off at its full 52 story height, as we can see in new construction photos by Miami’s premiere street architecture photographer Phillip Pessar. I’m happy to say my initial impression of the Arquitectonica-designed tower is proving to be very true.

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