Sun, sand, palm trees, and Art Deco buildings—Miami Beach was founded in 1915 and developed by entrepreneur Carl Fisher, who dredged up swamps and mangroves in an effort to transform a peninsula just off the coast of Miami into America’s island playground. And the area is in the throes of a major renaissance. The nonprofit Miami Design Preservation League was founded in 1976 with a mission to preserve, protect, and promote the architecture of Miami and Miami Beach; Art Basel began bringing artists and collectors to Miami Beach in 2002; the Wynwood Walls launched a street art gallery in 2009; the 18-block Design District was built between 2014 and 2017; and there’s no sign of slowing down.

Here is a nice guide about the city with recommendations on where to stay, eat & drink: https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/design-lovers-guide-to-miami-and-miami-beach

A Design Lover’s Guide to Miami and Miami Beach
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