Grove at Grand Bay

Video: A street tour of the Grove at Grand Bay by NBWW

NBWW partner, Igor Reyes rides the streets as he discusses the architectural design of Grove at Grand Bay in this project video. Built by developer David Martin of Terra Group, the design architect for Grove at Grand Bay was BIG (Bjarke Ingles Group). NBWW was the Architect of...
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image © designboom: the anticipated LEED gold, low-density project with 98 units has two winding, 20-story glass towers that appear to be twisting to capture the spectacular, 360-degree view as they rise to the sky

designboom gets a tour of miami’s grove at grand bay with bjarke ingels

grove at grand bay, bjarke ingels gives designboom a tour during miami art week. during miami art week, designboom visited the recently completed grove at grand bay, a pair of twisting towers designed by BIG and NBWW. offering panoramic views of biscayne bay and the miami...
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Miami gets a new twist with the Grove at Grand Bay by BIG and NBWW

Bjarke Ingels’ BIG and NBWW have added two new towers with a unique look to the Miami skyline by Nick Myall Bjarke Ingels’ BIG and NBWW have taken inspiration from the contemporary vernacular of condominiums in Miami USA, where brise-soleil-style balconies and floor-to-ceiling...
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Miami’s Grove at Grand Bay marks architect Bjarke Ingels’s first foray into the U.S. condo market.

Bjarke Ingels’s First U.S. Condo Is a Pair of Twisting Miami Towers, with NBWW | Architectural Digest

One of the biggest architects in the world adds his flair to the residential market in Coconut Grove Text by Geoffrey Montes Photography by Bjarke Ingels Group The latest addition to Miami’s rapidly evolving skyline also happens to be the first Bjarke Ingels–designed condominium...
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Bjarke Ingels on new styles of vernacular architecture

Bjarke Ingels says he wants to replace Modernism’s “boring boxes” with new kinds of localised architecture (+ transcript). In the first of a series of lectures at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art by influential contemporary architects, the founder of...
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