There is no shortage of design inspiration in the 305. From Wynwood, the city’s epicenter of culture and entertainment, to the Art Deco-inspired streets of South Beach and the luxurious design haven that is the Miami Design District, the city is filled with must-visit destinations for all design lovers and connoisseurs. Here, we’ve curated a list of where design-enthused should visit, stay and dine while in Miami.
THE BEST MUSEUM:
While Wynwood Walls has become an iconic staple to Miami’s eclectic and diverse art scene, there are other ways to get your art fix in the Magic City. Make sure to visit Pérez Art Museum, better known as PAMM—Miami’s flagship museum featuring internationally renowned contemporary art.
THE BEST ART GALLERIES:
The Gary Nader Art Centre is one of the world’s leading art galleries. The renowned gallery, spearheaded by Gary Nader is one of the largest galleries in the world with over 55,000 sq.ft. of exhibition space showcasing the works of Latin Masters and well-known modern and contemporary artists worldwide. Miami is also home to Avant Gallery, a contemporary gallery offering an evolving collection of critically acclaimed contemporary art and design pieces.
WHERE TO STAY:
Situated in the heart of South Beach, the stylish W South Beach beachfront hotel, curated by Aby Rosen, offers unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean. For those looking to stay in a more Art Deco-inspired hotel, the stunning Faena Hotel is an award-winning luxury hotel offering world-class dining, a private beach club and more.
Photo Courtesy of Four Seasons Surf Club in Surfside
WHERE TO DINE:
The Four Seasons Surfside is one of the most iconic properties in the Magic City and offers an array of exquisite dining options including Le Sirenure Miami and The Surf Club Restaurant.
MOST HISTORIC NEIGHBORHOOD:
Serving as the nation’s largest concentration of Art Deco architecture, Miami’s Art Deco District features over 900 historic buildings for the architecture and design-enthused.