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3 case studies / miami

Allan Shulman, FAIA Principal, Shulman + Associates Associate Professor, University of Miami School of Architecture 10 September 2015


Lincoln Theatre Redevelopment – Miami Beach

THEATRE IN 1936

2004


The theatre’s rear façade faces the recently-completed New World Symphony Center and Lincoln Park. As part of the redevelopment of the adjacent north lots, Lincoln Lane (formerly an alley) was widened to form a new street with wide planted sidewalks. The theatre’s adaptive use exploits this new infrastructure by opening a new façade northward.


The theatre’s rear façade faces the recently-completed New World Symphony Center and Lincoln Park. As part of the redevelopment of the adjacent north lots, Lincoln Lane (formerly an alley) was widened to form a new street with wide planted sidewalks. The theatre’s adaptive use exploits this new infrastructure by opening a new façade northward.

Photograph by Emilio Collavino


Rendering by Varabyeu Studio


Photograph by Emilio Collavino


600 Collins – Miami Beach


Jugofresh - Miami

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LITTLE HAITI

WYNWOOD

DOWNTOWN

other locations/different concept also designed by S+A


1. No alterations to murals allowed 2. Integrity of artwork must be maintained when shutters are closed; no permanent storefront 3. No permanent signage


exterior mural

wall of fans to cool passerby

roll-up door bi-folding glass wall panes disappear on command in good weather

public benches

exterior mural roll-up door

bold graphics wrap indoor/outdoor shop areas

visually connect spaces to form a unified experience


Photographs by Robin Hill


Creative Facade Solutions: Responses to Local Zoning presentation  
Creative Facade Solutions: Responses to Local Zoning presentation  

Creative Facade Solutions: Responses to Local Zoning presentation by Allan Shulman (Shulman Associates), Facades+ conference Miami 2015