Category Archives: Miami
To debut its Spring-Summer 2021 Men’s collection, Louis Vuitton has chosen the Miami Design District as its first stop in the U.S. The outdoor space at Jungle Plaza features oversized balloon figures, bespoke shipping containers, and eye-catching sculptures, while an Augmented Reality experience in this temporary residency is just as appealing for visiting guests.
KRITON Electronics Inc designed the entire audio system for this project. This three-zone system utilizes a speaker in each fitting room and sales container. The outside zone has more speakers all around the property counting 24 speakers in total. Each zone is grouped with separate volume and source control and it’s all controlled off an iPad or iWatch with the proper login credentials.
Lucid will open 20 Lucid Studios and Service Centers across North America through 2021 — most immediately at these locations:
- Silicon Valley Studio: Lucid’s Global Headquarters in Newark, California
- Los Angeles Studios: 9022 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California, and Westfield Century City in Century City, California
- Los Angeles Service Center: 9022 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California
- San Jose Studio: Westfield Valley Fair in San Jose, California
- Miami Studio: Brickell City Centre in Miami, Florida
- West Palm Beach Studio: Rosemary Square in West Palm Beach, Florida
- New York City Studio: Meatpacking District in New York, New York
- DC Metro Studio: Tysons Corner Center in Tysons, Virginia
All Studios feature a California-inspired aesthetic where you can explore the Lucid Air’s advanced technology in a warm atmosphere of natural, sustainable materials. Lucid Studios are engaging spaces, designed to start conversations and provide education about the performance and efficiency benchmarks possible in an electric vehicle.
Located at 146 NE 41st St, the store reflects the house’s new design concept, as envisioned by Sarah Burton, creative director, and architect Smiljan Radic. Expect to find the outside world inside. Woods like oak and walnut in dark and light shades bring warmth to the space’s walls and floors, while glass cylinders reflect light, bringing weightlessness to the space. Keep an eye out for the cotton-crete around the store, a new invention designed specifically for the space that births papier mâché made from cotton.
The store’s design is a perfect blend of nature and architecture with elements of contemporary and traditional seamlessly fused together as you would expect from the house of McQueen.
Showfields, the retail chain that bridges the gap between brick-and-mortar stores and online vendors, is opening its second U.S. location on Lincoln Road in May.
The two-story, 14,300-square-foot venue, located at 530 Lincoln Road, will feature a curated selection of 40 to 50 pop-up shops, name-brand spaces and art installations. The venue will also include an indoor/outdoor restaurant, a speakeasy bar, a theater for live performances, tattoo parlors, and body piercing stations.
Italian fashion brand Diesel, which is owned by OTB group announced on its website that it has decided to open a luxury condominium in the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami. According to the description, the new Diesel Living project, which will be developed by Bel Invest, is designed to be a “vision of what metropolitan life can be.”
The building will include a pool, gym, curated art gallery, and more is designed to be the “essence of Diesel: a total luxury space of comfort and cutting-edge design.”
Construction for Diesel Wynwood is expected to begin April 2020 and boasts 143 spaces ranging from studios to penthouses and maisonettes. Prices range from 370,000 USD to 5,500,000 USD based on the type of unit
Basketball legend LeBron James has unveiled his new concept store in the Wynwood district of Miami. The 10,000-sq.-ft. space is adorned with the athlete’s UNKNWN imprint as well as artwork from artist John Margaritis of New York Sunshine. Design fixtures include a permanent water art installation as well as concrete shelving, hurricane-proof garage doors, and nine LED screens. A 200-ft.-long mural wall will showcase designs from a rotation of artists.
The store also features an open basketball court.
Calzedonia, the Italian fashion brand with over 1,750 shops worldwide, continues its expansion in the US market with a new opening at the Aventura Mall.
Th3 Standard is the Architecture and Project Management company who has worked on the project
Buzzoni srl was born in 1981 and for more than 30 years the same essence and values have driven the team, a team who keeps growing and works with passion and creativity to assist our Client to reach together ambitious and prestigious objectives.
The company follows the technical development, the production and the installation of bespoke furniture for the most important brands of fashion, ensuring that taste, excellence, and care to detail which are the most distinguishing elements of Italian craftsmanship.
Parisian luxury footwear brand Christian Louboutin has unveiled its newest flagship in the Miami Design District. Crafted in collaboration with design firm 212box, the nature-inspired store spans 3,874 sq. ft. at the site of a former temporary location, which first opened in 2009.
The boutique is wrapped in panels from peeled trees to convey a dark and textured sensibility that contrasts the surrounding architecture. The two-story store also features rough textures across its interior, complete with paler barks like white and gold birch. Red carpeting spans the interior in homage to the soles of the brand’s shoes. Womenswear occupies the ground floor, while the men’s department is housed across the next level, accessible via a central staircase. Stilettos are showcased on
glassand golden shelving as well as in arched nooks.