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Destination Spa & Resort named to 2016 WAN Future Projects Awards longlist!

Oppenheim Architecture’s Destination Spa & Resort project was longlisted for the 2016 WAN Awards in the Future Projects Commercial category! See the full longlist here… Rendering Credit: Luxigon

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 […]

ARCHITIZER – Oppenheim Architecture partners with Microsoft to explore the latest innovation in design technology

Courtesy of Microsoft / Architizer, video by SandenWolff   20 September 2016 The Architects’ Laptop: Oppenheim Architecture’s Ode to Engineers Transforms From Concept to Construction in Miami By Paul Keskeys “The urban myth that architects and engineers are perpetually warring with each other has been debunked time and again by incredible collaborations between the professions, but this harmony has been taken to another level for Oppenheim Architecture’s GLF Headquarters, recently completed on the bank of the Miami River. In this case, engineers […]

MAY 2016 NEWSLETTER

Read full May 2016 Newsletter here: Oppenheim Architecture – May 2016 Newsletter  

SFBJ – Third player back in the mix to build tower/museum at Miami Dade College downtown campus

19 April 2016 by Brian Bandell The Miami Dade College Board of Trustees voted to negotiate with three developers, instead of only the two recommended by its public advisory committee, for the construction of a massive tower and cultural arts center at its downtown campus. The vote on Tuesday effectively placed the bid by Gregg Covin Development with Oppenheim Architecture back in the running for the public-private partnership. Now the college’s administrative can negotiate separately with that team, along with the […]

REBUSINESS ONLINE – Allen Morris Co. to Develop $210M Mixed-Use Project in Atlanta’s West Midtown District

7 April 2016 written by John Nelson ATLANTA — The Allen Morris Co., a Coral Gables, Fla.-based real estate developer, has announced plans for Star Metals, a $210 million mixed-use development in Atlanta’s West Midtown neighborhood. The project will feature an upscale apartment building known as Star Metals Residences and a 12-story office building known as Star Metals Offices. The buildings, which will both feature ground-floor retail space, will be situated across Howell Mill Road from one another. “Although Atlanta […]

MHN – Allen Morris Plans Midtown Atlanta Apartments, Offices

The $210 million project will consist of a multifamily building, along with an office building directly across the street, with ground-floor retail. by Dees Stribling Atlanta—The Allen Morris Co. has unveiled development plans for Star Metals, a $210 million mixed-use development in the West Midtown neighborhood of Atlanta. The project will consist of a multifamily building, along with an office building directly across the street, with ground-floor retail. The multifamily component will feature 409 rental units, and offer residents a […]

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 […]

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

Oppenheim Architecture to present at FT Innovate Latin America, March 8 – 9

Join us March 8 – 9 in Bogotá, Colombia for the Financial Times – Innovate Latin America Conference. For more information, or to Register for the conference, follow the link below: https://live.ft.com/Events/2016/FT-Innovate-Latin-America-2016