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Herzog & de Meuron to design residential tower in Miami

News: developers have released images of a 57-storey residential tower designed by Herzog & de Meuron for Miami.


The 198-metre Jade Signature tower by Herzog & de Meuron on an estate in Miami's Sunny Isles district will accommodate 192 residences, ranging from one-bedroom apartments to a 975-square-metre penthouse.


The building's parallelogram-shaped plan will help to angle the apartments towards the southern sun and floor-to-ceiling windows will provide views of the ocean. Hourglass-shaped columns will feature at the extremities of the balconies encircling the tower.

Image © Bogatov Realty

Interiors will be designed by Pierre Yves Rochon's Parisian firm PYR and Miami landscape architect Raymond Jungles will create a tropical garden surrounding the building.

Image © Bogatov Realty

Herzog & de Meuron's first building in Miami was an angular concrete and glass car park with a retail area at its base.

The firm recently completed an extension to an exhibition centre in Basel and has been granted planning permission for a new building at Oxford University.

Zaha Hadid Architects is also working on a residential skyscraper in Miami, while a competition to redevelop the site of the Miami Beach Convention Center has received entries from Rem Koolhaas's OMA and Danish firm BIG – see all projects in Miami.