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Open Shore, Competition Entry, Waterfront Masterplan Triptych

Date:

2017

Artist:

Ecosistema Urbano (Spanish, founded 2000)
Belinda Tato (Spanish, born 1971)
Jose Luis Vallejo (Spanish, born 1971)

About this artwork

Open Shore is the winning proposal for the competition to redesign the waterfront in West Palm Beach in Miami. Each of the triptychs presented here shows a specific strategy and typology of urban intervention to renew and reactivate the whole waterfront culturally, socially, and environmentally. The Banyan Hub occupies a former garage. By reusing the existing structures, the space is reimagined as a new focal point for activities in downtown that will be open to the public day and night, from the ground floor to the roof terrace.

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Architecture and Design

Artist

Ecosistema Urbano (Architect)

Title

Open Shore, Competition Entry, Waterfront Masterplan Triptych

Origin

Spain

Date

Made 2017

Medium

Exterior: white lacquered MDF boxes with steel plain hinge and transparent Perspex; Interior: multi-layered digital print drawing and 2 digital frames

Dimensions

Open: 38 × 193 × 6 cm (15 × 76 × 2 1/2 in.); Closed: 38 × 96.5 × 12.7 cm (15 × 38 × 5 in.)

Credit Line

Celia and David Hilliard Fund

Reference Number

2018.19.1a-c

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