Nelson Garrido

Best Mixed-Use Venue11 11 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

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Designed by Herzog & de Meuron

More than a parking lot, 11 11 Lincoln Road is an open-air raw-concrete structure with, depending on which floor you happen to be on, seven- to 34-foot ceilings, as well as numerous hip retail shops and restaurants. Its developer, Robert Wennett, refers to the place as a “parking sculpture.” He also built a one-block extension of the pedestrians-only Lincoln Road Mall designed by landscape architect Raymond Jungles and Herzog & de Meuron and installed a new piece of public art by Dan Graham called Morris’ in honor of the late Morris Lapidus, the much-maligned, much-loved architect we have to thank for such Miami Beach landmark hotels as the 1954 Fontainebleau and the 1956 Eden Roc.

From the Jury

“11 11 Lincoln Road is so gutsy… beautifully dialed in.” —Henry Urbach

Honorable Mention: Barceló Temporary Market; Madrid; designed by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

T+L Design Awards 2011

Best Mixed-Use Venue11 11 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

Designed by Herzog & de Meuron

More than a parking lot, 11 11 Lincoln Road is an open-air raw-concrete structure with, depending on which floor you happen to be on, seven- to 34-foot ceilings, as well as numerous hip retail shops and restaurants. Its developer, Robert Wennett, refers to the place as a “parking sculpture.” He also built a one-block extension of the pedestrians-only Lincoln Road Mall designed by landscape architect Raymond Jungles and Herzog & de Meuron and installed a new piece of public art by Dan Graham called Morris’ in honor of the late Morris Lapidus, the much-maligned, much-loved architect we have to thank for such Miami Beach landmark hotels as the 1954 Fontainebleau and the 1956 Eden Roc.

From the Jury

“11 11 Lincoln Road is so gutsy… beautifully dialed in.” —Henry Urbach

Honorable Mention: Barceló Temporary Market; Madrid; designed by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Nelson Garrido

T+L Design Awards 2011

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