Design Destination: Miami January 2014


Frank Gehry, perhaps the most recognizable name in architecture today, designed the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, Florida. Interestingly, the exterior of the building doesn’t have the signature Gehry undulating design, but once inside the architect’s design eye is evident. A grand staircase weaves in and out of rehearsal spaces while an illuminated glass bar and box office “skim the polished concrete floors.” This 756-seat concert hall also has state-of-the-art technology, melding classical music with classic modern amenities.

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