Will you tell me a story? Bernardo Fort Brescia and Laurinda Spear

Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Laurinda Spear, Arquitectonica, Miami

Arquitectonica partners Bernardo Fort-Brescia and Laurinda Spear will share stories from their practice that traverses architecture, landscape, product design and interiors. The Sarasota Herald Tribune suggested that the firm’s “liberated, sometimes whimsical, exploration of shape, color and even graphics” — such as their Pink House and Atlantis, a high-rise condominium made famous in the opening credits of Miami Vice — were “born of the firm’s melting-pot, beach-metropolis roots.” Arquitectonica’s latest New York addition includes MiMA, or, Middle of Manhattan, a 63-story Hell’s Kitchen tower that features rental units, condos, a hotel, and an off-Broadway theater. Further north, Arquitectonica created a widely-praised addition to the Bronx Museum of Art.


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