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Category : Chad Oppenheim

ELEVATE Magazine features Oppenheim Architecture’s “Biophilic Eden”, Bal Harbour House

Bal Harbour’s Biophilic Eden Spring Issue 2017 “On a den between a bantam lagoon of mangroves that stretches out over Oleta River State Park and meets Biscayne Bay, the amalgamation of [Chad] Oppenheim‘s architectural preeminence and master developer Shlomy Alexander’s nature-provoked ideology in the newly designed residence of 252 Bal Bay Drive is the rare treasure that ramifies itself off from other developments in the prized Miami Beach neighborhood. The bountifulness of lush vegetation serenades the property, just as Chad’s […]

COLORADO HOMES & LIFESTYLES features Oppenheim Architecture’s “Rustic and Unassuming” Aspen Ski Chalet, La Muna

A Cookbook Author’s Aspen Home, By Rebecca Gart 28 March 2017 “. . . Much like her cooking philosophy, the [Oppenheim] family’s home, a 1971 wooden barn-house renovated in 2012 by Ilona [Oppenheim]’s husband, Miami architect Chad Oppenheim, [Principal and Founder of Oppenheim Architecture], is rustic and unassuming. The 3,300-square-foot, five-story structure consists of reclaimed barnwood, local stone, and large-scale windows opening up to Red Mountain, where the house sits on a ridge alongside a bubbling mountain stream. The house views […]

Oppenheim Architecture’s Net Metropolis project celebrated as a symbol of developer’s commitment to green development practices in Philippine Daily Inquirer article

Going green also means tapping clean energy sources, by Philippine Daily Inquirer 18 February 2017 “ . . . [Co-president of The Net Group (TNG), Ramon D.]Rufino . . . pointed out that TNG’s commitment to become sustainable does not stop at using renewable energy. He noted that TNG integrated the green philosophy into all aspects of property development, from design to construction to management. TNG tapped international architect Chad Oppenheim, [Founder and Principal of Oppenheim Architecture,] known for sustainable building designs, […]

Oppenheim Architecture-designed “Elegant Tuscan Villa,” Forte Dei Marmi Restaurant, featured on Miami.com

Dining in a Secluded Villa in South Beach, by Sara Liss Photo above by Karen Fuchs 09 February 2017 ” . . . The restaurant’s name in Italian translates to ‘Fort of the Marbles’ and also references a town in Italy, thus the former Cavalli space — a Mediterranean revival building — has been transformed by architect Chad Oppenheim[, Founder and Principal of Oppenheim Architecture,] into an elegant Tuscan villa. The second floor houses the ‘FDM Arts Club,’ a private space offering members exclusive […]

ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE – New design unveiled for $210 million West Midtown project

07 February 2017 By Douglas Sams ” . . . [The Allen Morris Co., t]he Coral Gables, Fla. developer, one of the largest in the Southeast, is planning a landmark project for the rapidly changing Howell Mill corridor: 409 apartment units, 185,000 square feet of office space and 30,000 square feet of ground floor-retail that could include an organic grocery store. Chairman and President Allen Morris said the exterior of the residential building has been changed to a corrugated silver steel finish. It’s […]

CURBED MIAMI – Peek inside the Chad Oppenheim-designed Forte Dei Marmi in Miami Beach

By Josh Baumgard Photos by Karen Fuchs 14 December 2016 “Forte Dei Marmi, a new upscale Italian restaurant located at 150 Ocean Drive, has opened its doors to a 1938 Mediterranean-revival building with a two Michelin star chef in tow in Antonio Mellino. The dual-level villa was renovated by Miami architect Chad Oppenheim of Oppenheim Architecture . . . and inspired by the Tuscan seaside, with interiors by Milan-based Henry Timi and gardens by Swiss designer Enzo Enea. Unique to this new spot […]

BLACKBOOK features Chad Oppenheim and Monroe Condominiums project

Chad Oppenheim Leaves Mark On Asbury Park’s Waterfront With Monroe, by Glenn Garner 14 December 2016 ” . . . Expanding on [T]he [Asbury] [H]otel’s presence in the waterfront revitalization is Monroe, a new luxury residence helmed by world-renowned architect Chad Oppenheim. A New Jersey native who grew up just 20 minutes outside of Asbury Park, he was the perfect choice to design the property. [‘]An opportunity to connect with someone like Chad and bring him back to his roots, it’s just something […]

DESIGN DETAIL Magazine Offers a Glimpse into Oppenheim Architecture’s Destination Spa & Resort

Soothing the Mind and Body November 2016 “ In an ethereal landscape at the edge of desert and sea in Qatar that is kept confidential, Oppenheim Architecture is in the process of creating a distinctly new resort and spa, framed within the founding principles of one of the most timeless and influential civilizations. The architecture of the resort and spa defines a civilization where simplicity and clarity is preferred over complexity and illusion. While architecture of the past celebrated the […]

ALEXA/NEW YORK POST features Oppenheim Architecture’s “Miami Modernist Masterpiece,” Bal Harbour House

SLINK OR SWIM, by David Kaufman, Photos by Frederic Pinet 30 November 2016 “Miami has been synonymous with modernism ever since architects like Morris Lapidus and L. Murray Dixon descended upon South Beach during the art deco era. Current-day Miami is home to numerous equally talented architects, including a handful — such as Bernardo Fort-Brescia, Kobi Karp and Rene Gonzalez — whom the Magic City can proudly call homegrown. Yet, as this stunning property suggests, few have a flair for blending modernism […]

US BUILDERS REVIEW Profiles Oppenheim Architecture’s Commitment to Harmonious Design

Oppenheim Architecture . . . Designing Harmonious Spaces That Synchronize Man & Nature, Produced by Brandon Bagley and Written by Tom Faunce Fall 2016, Edition II “ . . . The approach that [Chad] Oppenheim and [Oppenheim Architecture] take to design is one that implements strategies that are more primitive than modern techniques. Oppenheim Architecture utilizes materials within a building’s surroundings in order to generate harmony with its surroundings. [‘]That’s really what interests us as a firm,[’] says Oppenheim. [‘]It’s […]