Miami Beach architecture is among the most stunning in South Florida, with a host of classic and new buildings providing a rich, creative history and contributing to the barrier island’s popular Art Deco design. Have you taken the time to admire any of the buildings? What are some of your favorites? Let’s take a look at some of the major architectural highlights.
Mediterranean Revival and Miami Modern architecture make up the McAlpin building on Ocean Drive. For something with a history that dates all the way back to the late 1930s, the Royal Palm hotel also features these same architectural qualities. Its 2012 renovation didn’t sacrifice an ounce of the building’s incredible, vibrant sensibility. One of the latest Miami Beach fixtures depicting these architectural styles are the lifeguard stands, which were recently redesigned.
For a taste of tropical deco architecture, Miami Beach’s Beach Patrol headquarters is a great representation of this nautical-inspired Art Deco form. And lastly, most people are already very familiar with the much photographed Breakwater Hotel, a Miami Beach mainstay since 1936.
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