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Renzo Piano Building Workshop reveals plans for his first residential development on Miami Beach
United States Architecture News - Nov 06, 2015 - 20:50 9570 views
all images courtesy of Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) / Eighty Seven Park
Renzo Piano Workshop (RPBW) has revealed his first residential development on Miami Beach, which is a new developing area with other architecture residentials proposed other architects. Miami beach has attracted many architects's attention and gaining popularity-and now Renzo Piano will one of them, who marks the context with its very modern, transparent and minimalist touch to the area.
The site is located on the edge of parkland and Atlantic Ocean, Eighty Seven Park creates a fresh dialogue with the vibrant community of Miami Beach. The design forms 70 elegant homes that speak of light and air, designed by Renzo Piano's with a poetic touch. It’s an elemental approach, bringing together architecture, design and the natural landscape. It’s a collaborative approach too; developers Terra and Bizzi & Partners Development and their creative team sharing a passion for the city and a belief in the transformative power of good design. For Renzo Piano, Pritzker Prize-winning architect who lives and breathes his art, there’s a serenity to be found in the tension between sky and earth.
the entrance of the building
Eighty Seven Park is a new interface between park and city, water and flora and come together in an urban context. The residential includes a series of private spaces, residents will savor terraces, gardens, lounges and pools as well as a pavilion for cultural and social activities. In a newly-invigorated city park, Miami residents will enjoy in 35 acres of oceanside by walking and cool shade. On long, winding paths fringed by grass-topped dunes and sea grape bushes, joggers take in the fresh sea air and kids squeal with joy; their parents shipping lattes and catching up with friends.
elegance view from the pool
Eighty Seven Park will be a landmark of Miami Beach because it is more than a building and Piano's fluid design will mark Miami's identity in the combination of art, architecture and landscape. The interiors of Eighty Seven Park is combined with nature that takes all ocean scene to the inside. American oak, Italian stone and crystal clear walls of glass lend beauty and elegance to each residence. French designer Rena Dumas designed the interiors of the building and used light and natural materials referencing to the nature -and is seen on the details and specific surfaces of the building.
surrounding view from Miami Beach
Miami Beach and Eighty Seven Park
the fugo bar going down to the beach
Shaded beneath crisp white awnings, the Fugo Bar runs in a cool long down towards the ocean. With the waves lapping on the beach and the wind swaying the palms, it's the perfect place to linger, long into the evening.
view from living room dominating the ocean scene
view from the kitchen with the use of wood
bedroom with full ocean view
view from the terrace
bathroom shows a minimalist approach of Piano
site plan of Eighty Seven Park -Renzo Piano's original sketch -the design of the building and the outdoor spaces were considered as one.