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About this building

1111 Lincoln Road, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, Jacques Herzog, Pierre De Meuron, is located at 1111 Lincoln Road Mall, South Beach Miami. It was built in 2008-2010.

It is built on a 233m2 / 2500m2 lot with a footprint of 197m2 / 2460m2 and a total built-up area of 2097m2 / 22575m2.

Other people involved in the desing and construction process of the 1111 Lincoln Road were:

  • Jason Frantzen, Mark Loughnan, Nils Sanderson, Charles Stone as Associate Architect
  • Raymond Jungles as Landscape Architect
  • Kimley Horn and Associates as Engineer
  • Optimus Structural Design LLC as Structural Engineer
  • Franyie Engineers, Inc as Electrical Engineer
  • G.T. McDonald Enterprises as Construction Company

If you want to learn more about the 1111 Lincoln Road, don't hesitate to check the full article! Were you'll find a lot more information about it, including historical context, concept development, type of structure and materials used, and more.

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