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Category : Chad Oppenheim

Wallpaper* – Double Vision

A Miami home blurs the boundaries between urban and wilderness living by Bill Kearney photography by Kris Tamburello When Shlomy Alexander and his son Oren bought the last vacant lot in Bal Harbour, an exclusive neighborhood just north of Miami Beach, in 2012, they knew they wanted to create something that was both spectacular and comfortable. The site was unique in that it appears to bridge two worlds – the front faces some of the most prized real estate in the United States, while the back looks […]

PROPERTY REPORT – Inside Starchitect Oppenheim’s Miami Hideout

By Richard Allan Aquino Photos by Laziz Hamani and Eric Laignel (Villa Allegra); Karen Fuchs (Oppenheim family) April 2016 “After years of undertaking projects around the globe, acclaimed architect Chad Oppenheim fell in love with Miami and built an Italian-influenced base for his family. Many designers have created beautiful houses, but not everyone can say that they built a happy home. One who certainly has is Chad Oppenheim, whose Miami bolthole, entitled Villa Allegra, is the epitome of domestic paradise. Oppenheim hasn’t always been […]

CLADmag – Balancing Act

An Interview With: Chad Oppenheim by Alice Davis “Whether he’s designing a resort for Six Senses or a youth centre for Pharrell Williams, Miami architect Chad Oppenheim’s aim is to leave the client speechless. He tells Alice Davis how he does it.” Read Article PDF Read Full Magazine PDF

WSJ Real Estate – Downtrodden Asbury Park Attracts Upscale Development

Written by Leigh Kamping-Carder 17 March 2016 New York-based developer iStar is pouring money into the New Jersey shore town and bringing in architect Chad Oppenheim and designer Anda Andrei Read the article here: http://on.wsj.com/1Mpgh7M  

CORPUS No. 4 – Minimalism in Miami

Published by BASF, Text by Daniela Ebeling Photos by Ken Hayden, Laziz Hamani, Eric Laignel “Even if the reduced recti-linearity of his designs might at first suggest otherwise, nature is one of the biggest sources of inspiration for Chad Oppenheim. His sensitivity to the environment as a designer and, in the strict sense, to sustainability pervades the work and aspirations of the architect.” Read the whole article in CORPUS No. 4

PRESTIGE LIVING SINGAPORE – Quiet Spectacle

By Yvonne Seow, Prestige Living – Singapore November 2015 Michael Bay’s three-story home in Los Angeles is anything but typical. Akin to his larger-than-life, over-the-tope blockbuster canons, which include Bad Boys, Armageddon and the Transformers series, this 30,000-sq-ft residence with a cliffside infinity pool, two sprawling bedrooms, a 49-seat state-of-the-art home theatre and a movie prop museum is quietly looming. The Bay Villa is proof that nothing on film or in life is too big. Article PDF: PRESTIGE LIVING SINGAPORE_QUIET […]

AIA Miami recognizes Oppenheim, Silver Medal for Design

Chad Oppenheim received the 2015 AIA Miami Silver Medal for Design. The highest honor AIA Miami awards, the Silver Medal for Design or Service is bestowed upon an individual architect for his or her accomplishments within the profession, advancing the cause of architecture and providing inspiration.   See Awards list here: 2015 AIA Miami Design Awards

AIA Miami recognizes Oppenheim, Merit Award of Excellence 2015 – L.A. Villa

We are very excited to announce that Oppenheim Architecture has received the 2015 AIA Miami Merit Award of Excellence, Residential Architecture, for the L.A. Villa.   See Awards list here: 2015 AIA Miami Design Awards

Oppenheim Wins The Asia Pacific 2015 Award

  Oppenheim Architecture wins the Asia Pacific 2015 Award for Net Metropolis. Located in the Philippines, Net Metropolis establishes a new iconic landmark for the city’s forward vision and latest generation for green efficient buildings. Net Metropolis uses cutting-edge technology and exceptional quality coupled with green design.

Whole Foods, By Oppenheim Gets Approval

Whole Foods is coming back for approval in Miami Beach with a new design. After Miami Beach residents came out in opposition to the store at 1901 Alton Road earlier this year, developer Crescent Heights went back to the drawing board, bringing in architect Chad Oppenheim to redesign it. The difference between the two designs is striking. While Oppenheim’s new plan is similar in size to an earlier proposal rejected by the city, the newer, more elegant design seems likelier to be accepted by […]