The garage facade of this parking facility is probably one of the most design-oriented in the world. The overall construction of the building is the work of local studio Tim Haahs, while five distinct architecture firms put in work to produce a highly artistic amalgamation in the appearance of the garage facade. The parking facility is located in the Miami Design District, hence its highly extravagant and abstract approach to style is not surprising.
The initial vision for the Museum Garage was to be eye-catching and bold. Hence, developer Craig Robins commissioned Terence Riley to create a contrasting exterior. Afterward, numerous creatives have been invited to contribute to the eclectic garage facade.
Photo Credits: Miguel de Guzmán
Artistically Mashed-Up Garage Facades
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