This Building In Miami Has Art Painted On The Ceilings So It Can Only Be Seen By People On The Street – Design You Trust

This Building In Miami Has Art Painted On The Ceilings So It Can Only Be Seen By People On The Street


Located in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami, Florida, which is known for its public art, is this new building, designed by architectural firm DFA. The architects wanted the building to fit in with the neighborhood, so they included public artwork in the design. Each floor of the building has been painted by a variety of commissioned artists, so that the art can be enjoyed by anyone walking by on the street.

h/t: contemporist. Photography by Gabriel Felix


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