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WALLPAPER* – Oppenheim Architecture featured in “Fresh start: Monroe, the latest piece in Asbury Park’s regeneration plans”

9 September 2016 “Developer iStar has completed on more step in their exciting plans for the revitalisation of New Jersey’s Asbury Park with the announcement of the sales launch of Monroe Condominiums, the newest addition to the area’s luxury residential scene. Designed by Miami-based, New Jersey-born architect Chad Oppenheim, the property is an important piece in the Asbury House scheme, following the recent launch of the nearby Asbury Hotel…” Read the article – Wallpaper*  

Catálogodiseño – Oppenheim Architecture construye un receptor del clima tropical de Miami Beach

30 August 2016 “El estudio internacional Oppenheim Architecture ha intervenido y ampliado una anodina casa ubicada en Miami Beach – en Florida, Estados Unidos – en la exuberante Villa Allegra, una vivienda de 836m2 que actúa como un ”receptor del clima tropical de Miami” según afirman los propios arquitectos. El proyecto agrega un nuevo nivel a la casa original y crea espacios interiores y semi-exteriores de gran escala que, aún cuando construyen un resguardo, están en íntima sintonía con la escala […]

House on a Dune showcased in 2016 WAN House of the Year Awards entries!

Oppenheim Architecture’s House on a Dune showcased among the 2016 WAN House of the Year Awards entries! Photo Credit: © DBOX

DEZEEN – Oppenheim Architecture adapts Miami Beach home for tropical living

21 August 2016 “Miami studio Oppenheim Architecture has overhauled a local house to allow residents to divide their time between indoors and out. The 9,000 square foot (836 square metres) Villa Allegra was adapted from a “nondescript, one-story home” according to the architects.“ Read the article – Dezeen Magazine  

DEZEEN – Oppenheim Architecture celebrates imperfections of La Muna chalet in Aspen during renovation

18 August 2016 “This rustic residence in Aspen has been renovated by Miami-based Oppenheim Architecture in line with the Japanese principle of wabi-sabi, which acknowledges imperfection as beauty. The 3,500-square-foot La Muna chalet was one of the first homes built in the exclusive Red Mountain enclave of the Colorado ski resort.” Read the article – Dezeen Magazine  

HOSPITALITY DESIGN – “Oppenheim Architecture to Design Asbury Park’s Monroe Residential Property”

12 August 2016 “Following this summer’s successful opening of the Asbury Hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey (designed by Stonehill & Taylor), real estate investment firm iStar will launch luxury residential property Monroe. Anda Andrei, creative director and design lead of the community’s redevelopment, has tapped Chad Oppenheim of Miami-based firm Oppenheim Architecture to craft the 34-unit beachfront condominium.” Read the article – Hospitality Design  

Oppenheim to present at the 2016 AIA Florida Annual Convention, July 23

Oppenheim to present, “Immersive Landscape: Representation Through Gaming Technology” at the 2016 AIA Florida Annual Convention, July 23 at the Breakers Resort Palm Beach.

INTERIOR DESIGN – “Oppenheim Architecture Adapts Historic Swiss Farmhouse For Muttenz Office”

3 June 2016 “It’s the dream of all workers worldwide. For Beat Huesler, Oppenheim Architecture’s director of European operations, it’s a reality. The firm has bought a historic five-story farmhouse in Muttenz, Switzerland, restoring and converting it to two floors of office space for the OA staff of 15 and two separate-entry apartments. Throughout, original pine floors were sanded and varnished, plaster walls painted a crisp white and fitted with radiant heating, and new window openings punched out of the stone […]

MAY 2016 NEWSLETTER

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

CNN STYLE – Grass pyramids to forest chapels: The world’s best buildings according to you

9 May 2016 “From grass-covered pyramids to Bauhaus-inspired residential blocks, heterogeneity was at the fore at the fourth annual Architizer A+ Awards. The web-based architecture platform received thousands of entries from more than 95 countries, with awards across 113 categories, as voted for by a panel and over 400,000 members of the public.” Read the article here: http://cnn.it/1T6IA37