There’s no doubt about it—Miami is a prime vacation spot. Expansive, luxurious hotels and resorts dot its crystalline shoreline. Urban centers, like Downtown Miami and neighborhoods like Brickell, compete for airtime as developers reach for soaring new heights with commercial, residential, and mixed-use highrises. Multi-billion dollar stadiums and entertainment districts are also currently underway. The reputable architects behind the biggest and most expensive of these projects are ranked below.
2) Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates, Inc.
Featured Architects: John R. Nichols, Bruce F. Brosch, Donald F. Wolfe, and James P. Wurst
Address: 161 Almeria Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134
NBWW’s forty years in the architecture industry has seen the completion of more than $5B in construction. The firm is seen internationally as one of the leaders of mixed-use, hotel, and high-end planning and design projects, taking clients such as Marriott, Westin, Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, Waldorf Astoria, Hilton, and Sheraton. Characterizing their most recent work is a dedication to sustainable ideals to carry them forward for the next forty years. The firm’s principals include the four men the firm is named after. John R. Nichols founded NBWW in 1967, and he is presently a member of the ULI and the NCARB. Bruce F. Brosch joined the team a decade later and has acted as the firm’s project designer and manager for its biggest projects. Donald F. Wolfe brings experience with not only hotel and resort projects, but theme park and entertainment design as well. Finally, James P. Wurst has been involved in the firm’s work in the Caribbean and California. The team has most recently been recognized by the Miami Hospitality Design Awards, the South Florida Business Journal, and the ULI.
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