The Architect’s Newspaper praises Pérez Art Museum Miami’s architecture, noting the blurred distinction between inside and out.
Writer Ray Rinaldi compares PAMM's design to Herzog & de Meuron's 1111 Lincoln Road parking garage project, which also poses the same question: Where does inside start and outside end? With the two Florida projects, Herzog & de Meuron go one better. They simply eliminate exterior walls altogether as the perimeter of their buildings. The parking garage consists of seven stacked layers of concrete supported by a series of angled interior columns. The structure is a fully transparent loft for cars, with a 360-degree view and an elegant urban presence that has also made it an in-demand space for catered dress-up parties and art exhibits. more