Gallery: Herzog & de Meuron Unveil New Miami Art Museum

herzog and de meuron, LEED, LEED silver certification, hanging gardens, natural lighting

Herzog & de Meuron recently unveiled their finished design for the new Miami Art Museum, which will be a stunning building surrounded by hanging gardens with tropical plants. Fit for a world renowned art museum, the new MAM will be three times as large as the existing building and will be aiming for LEED Silver certification. A fluid and adaptable interior layout combined with outdoor gardens and sculpture exhibition space will allow the MAM to expand for future growth.

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  1. Beirut Terraces by Herz... July 27, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    […] master plan for the city of Beirut is guiding the rehabilitation of the coastal city, and Herzog & de Meuron just unveiled an open and airy apartment development located in the central district. Beirut […]

  2. Cal November 6, 2009 at 9:34 am

    The articulation is all pretty well different but the form sure is reminiscent of the Renzo museum in Chicago.

  3. StructureHub November 3, 2009 at 3:33 pm

    Forgive me if this was already noted, but doesn’t Herzog & de Meuron’s design look a bit too similar to Renzo Piano’s design for the Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago?

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