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CHAD OPPENHEIM TO SPEAK AT ULI MEXICO REAL ESTATE AND CAPITAL MARKETS SUMMIT JULY 2 – 3, 2015

We are pleased to invite you to this ULI Mexico event in Playa Del Carmen, where Chad will be leading the discussion topic: creating places and experiences: cutting-edge, remarkable projects. ULI Mexico Real Estate and Capital Markets Summit. Grand Hyatt Hotel Playa del Carmen, QR Information & registration: fina.moises@uli.org +5255 52840026

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 […]

Architizer A+Awards recognizes Oppenheim Architecture + Design, Residential Interior Winner, Jury Winner 2015

We are very excited to announce that Oppenheim Architecture + Design has been chosen as winner of the 2015 Architizer A+Awards for Residential Interiors, Jury Winner! Architizer recognizes architecture in several categories as Typologies and Plus Categories, which includes Products. They have chosen 300 highly esteemed industry leaders — including Iwan Baan, Charles Adler, Sou Fujimoto, Natasha Jen, Tom Kundig, and Beatrice Galilee — whom award the Jury Winners, while an online public vote determined the Popular Choice winners. With […]

CHAD OPPENHEIM RECEIVES FELLOWSHIP STATUS FROM AIA

Chad Oppenheim, principal and lead designer at Oppenheim Architecture + Design, has been elevated to the prestigious College of Fellows of The American Institute of Architects (AIA). The fellowship program was developed to elevate architects who have made a significant contribution to architecture and society and have achieved a standard of excellence in the profession. Election to fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of architects as individuals, but also their contribution to architecture and society on a national level. A […]

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST – Inside the Hollywood Home of Director Michael Bay

Feats of architectural derring-do have long had their place in the hills and canyons of Los Angeles, where gravity-defying midcentury landmarks such as John Lautner’s Sheats-Goldstein residence and Pierre Koenig’s Stahl House test the structural and aesthetic limits of cliffside living. New to that esteemed lineage is the recently completed home of Michael Bay, a filmmaker known for action-packed big-budget blockbusters like the Transformers series,Armageddon, and Pearl Harbor. From such a maestro of spectacular effects one might expect a place […]

SOUTH FLORIDA BUSINESS JOURNAL – Chad Oppenheim on how the environment inspires his work

Chad Oppenheim has designed breathtaking buildings around the world. From his Miami office, he has put his signature touch on projects such as CornicheTower in Dubai; 1 Hotel in Washington, D.C.; 88 Gardens in Xiamen, China: the Enea headquarters in Rapperwill-jona, Switzerland; the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas; the Hyatt Regency Chicago; Palace Qatar in Doha; Wharf Road in Australia; and the Wadi Rum Desert Resort in Jordan. His Miami designs include Ten Museum Park and 3 Midtown.  Article […]

HAUTE RESIDENCE – Oppenheim Architecture Reveals Plans for $36 Million Oceanfront ‘Casa Playa’

Chad Oppenheim‘s Florida-based firm, Oppenheim Architecture, has just unveiled plans for a 23,000-square-foot, resort-style residence in Golden Beach, set to break ground in the coming year. Equipped with an energy-efficient green roof, the home—which boasts 6,000 square feet of terraces, along with a 5,000-square-foot spa and fitness floor—showcases numerous spa pools, sunken hamman rooms, an entertainment area complete with a home theater, a safe room, and a lap pool accompanied by a waterfall. In addition, staff quarters have a separate entrance and staircase access within the villa. […]

NEW YORK POST – Weeks After Art Basel, 8 Ways Miami is Still Sizzling

You can call it a comeback. Over the past several years, the Miami real estate market has gone from serious lows (thousands of unsold condos, for example) to serious highs (the in-contract rooftop penthouse of the Faena House that will reportedly sell for a record $60 million). The new development side is also exciting; in Greater Downtown Miami alone, nearly 18,000 units across 70 towers have been proposed since 2011, according to CraneSpotters. Here’s what else is happening. Lauderdale luxe […]

CULTURED – The Silent Type

For Chad Oppenheim, conquering Miami was just the beginning. Armed with curiosity and conviction, the gifted architect is charting new territory with projects that explore a poetic sense of place. Miami has become the kind of architectural playground other cities dream of being. It’s key characteristics – year round sunny skies, ultra wealthy clientele, and an insatiable hunger for luxury – perfectly position it to attract everyone and anyone in the field, from Jeanne Gang to Herzog & de Meuron. […]