Museum Garage elevates automobile sculptures in Miami Design District

Museum Garage elevates automobile sculptures in Miami Design District

Miami's Design District is heralded as the place to be during the Art Basel Festival, and now the vibrant city hosts a seven story concrete Museum that calls on a diverse range of influences. The Museum Garage was designed and engineered by Miami-based studio Tim Haahs in collaboration with project manager Javier Sánchez. Nestled between K/R and Nicolas Buffe’s respective facades, Spanish firm Clavel Arquitectos’s 'Urban Jam' elevates 45 gravity-defying classic car bodies in metallic gold and silver. The automotive styles of yesteryears are given a rebirth as sculptures, trapped in a surrealistic vertical traffic jam. It is influenced by the regeneration of urban life in the Miami Design District; where discarded spaces and old structures have been repurposed by urban and architectural design. The facade uses the same method of recycling and creates a dramatic entrance that is bound to capture the imaginations of people who appreciate avant-garde design, sculpture and automotive curiosities.

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