Arquitectonica developed the Master Plan for Miami Freedom Park and has teamed with HOK to further incorporate the Club’s identity and culture into the design of the stadium. Arquitectonica and HOK also collaborated on the Miami Heat’s AmericanAirlines Arena and Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium.
Written by award-winning author Alastair Gordon, the first 40 years of Arquitectonica’s work has been brilliantly captured in the latest Rizzoli release of Arquitectonica, the monograph.
Miami Herald – “…the honor went to a relatively modest building was a happy surprise for UM, Murphy and its designers at Arquitectonica, co-founder Bernardo Fort-Brescia and principal Raymond Fort, his son. They credited the expressive manner in which the building wields and bends raw concrete and the painstaking craftsmanship needed to shape it. “It is immediately impressive,” said UM’s architecture dean, Rodolphe el-Khoury.
Sitting at the entrance of PortMiami, the Cruise Capital of the World, MSC’s newest cruise terminal at 1,600 FT in length and 317,000 SF, will be the largest cruise terminal in the world when it opens in 2022.
Archdaily — The government of Luxembourg has announced that Miami-based firm Arquitectonica has won the competition to design a major mixed-use project in Luxembourg City. Set in the new district of Kirchberg inLuxembourg, the 40,000 square meter complex design by Arquitectonica won the bid over notable names in architecture like Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Massimiliano Fuksas, and Neutelings Riedijk Architects.
Virgin Voyages joined forces with Arquitectonica on the design of its new terminal because they wanted to be sure it worked with a firm that understood how to highlight and honor the Magic City.
The VN Millennium Faria Lima are two luxury residential towers rising in parallel as part of a unified complex facing the prime orientation to Faria Lima in Sao Paulo. A development realized by Vitacon and Hines, this project is perfect example of Arquitectonica and Athie | Wohnrath prevailing collaboration influencing design in Brazil.
University of Miami School of Architecture’s Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building wins American-Architects 2018 Building of the Year Award. Designed by Arquitectonica and Lead Designer Raymond Fort. From 43 Building of the Week reviews in 2018 and more than 4,000 votes casted, the Studio Building won with an impressive 38% of the vote. A special thanks to all those who voted and a huge congratulations to everyone involved in the project.