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Miamism Fridays - Architectural Parking Lots

Ines Hegedus-Garcia
ines@miamism.com

Talk about the hype this Herzog & De Meuron Parking Lot in Miami Beach has gone through! And although the use of concrete is like we have never seen before in Miami, some people were really upset when it was built. Somehow the controversy has died down but I confess this parking lot makes me happy - nothing like a different perspective when it is least expected. Kudos to @Naldomundim on Instagram for the amazing night capture.

….another Miamism !!

Please also take a look at other Miami photos on Flickr by Naldo Mundim, a brazilian civil engineer, with a great eye.

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