Zaha Hadid has become the latest in a string of architects to design a car park for Miami Beach.
The car park was commissioned following the popularity of other completed Miami garages by architects including Frank Gehry, Enrique Norton and Herzog & de Meuron, whose concrete and glass structure was featured on Dezeen last year.
The spiralling structure will be located in the Collins Park area in the northeast of South Beach.
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Here's some more text from the City of Miami Beach:
Legendary Architect Zaha Hadid Chosen to Design Miami Beach Parking Garage at Collins Park
Architect Zaha Hadid has been chosen by the City of Miami Beach to design its newest parking garage at Collins Park, a neighborhood that’s home to the Miami City Ballet, the Bass Museum, the City Library as well as the Gansevoort, W and Setai luxury hotels. Collins Park is also just blocks away from the Miami Beach Convention Center, the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center and the popular automobile-free Lincoln Road Mall.
Consistently sought-after, Zaha Hadid is the architect of the Aquatic Center for the 2012 London Olympics and the Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center. Hadid is the first woman to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize - the profession's highest honor - joins the growing list of world renowned architects who have designed and overseen construction of new parking garages in the City of Miami Beach.
“This is a great opportunity for the City of Miami Beach to expand its commitment to leading edge architectural design,”says Matti Bower, Mayor of the City of Miami Beach.“Even our parking garages are more than a group of parking spaces. Some have become destinations within themselves and have attained individual iconic status. Every building can be a work of art. We are pleased to work with Ms. Hadid and we are delighted with her contemporary and brilliant design for our newest parking garage.”
Miami Beach’s parking garages have received world-wide media attention and have become tourist attractions themselves. They include the Frank-Gehry designed, city-owned, Pennyslvania Avenue Garage; Herzog de Meuron's minimalist, edgy space at 1111 Lincoln Road; Arquitectonica's Ballet Valet Garage at 7th Street and Collins Avenue as well as their newest design in Sunset Harbour, which is currently under construction; Enrique Norton’s newly designed parking garage at 16th Street and Drexel Avenue; and Perkins and Will’s recent City Center Garage Project at 18th Street and Meridian Avenue. Hadid's new design is expected to continue to raise the bar for garages worldwide. The City of Miami Beach is currently working with Ms. Hadid to determine commencement dates for the new garage’s design plans and construction.
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