The newest Tom Ford location in Miami features an unconventional pyramid design structure put together by Aranda/Lasch. The store offers a sleek pointed triangle rooftop with intricate scaffolding panelling for a modern look.
The design for the couture shop sources the Art Deco era with shapes, patterns and lines quintessential to the architectural from that time. The building features a light up store display complete with white panelling that drapes down the exterior siding. The panels continue to be a focal point of the design as they are used in a variety of directions building up to the angular shape of the ceiling. The detailed panelling allows for various light fixtures throughout the pieces that add an ambient glow to the store's exterior at night.