Lincoln Theatre/H&M honored as project of the year

The Lincoln Theatre Redevelopment designed by Shulman + Associates was honored as a 2014 Vision Award Project of the Year by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Southeast Florida/Caribbean.  (Perez Art Museum Miami was the co-winner of this year’s award.) ULI criteria required the winning project to “embody excellence in creativity, design, and legacy while making an impact within the community.” Over 600 attended the gala ceremony held at the JW Marriott Marquis on August 27th.  Photographs by Emilio Collavino. 

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S+A honored with five AIA Florida Design Awards

Five S+A projects have been honored with Design Awards at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida/Caribbean Design Awards Program held this past Saturday. Over 300 anonymous entries were evaluated by a jury based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  S+A was one of 14 Florida/Caribbean-based firms whose 5 projects were part of the total 27 awarded this year. S+A received 3 Honor Awards of Excellence:  Baumann Cosmetic & Research Institute for Interior Architecture, the Miami Center for Architecture and Design (MCAD) for Renovation (as Design Architect), and North Beach Tactical Revitalization for Unbuilt Design. Also received were 2 Merit Awards for Excellence: Opa-Locka Airport Hangar 102 for Renovations (as Restoration Architect) and Billboard Building for Unbuilt Design.


Baumann Cosmetic + Research Institute

Baumann Cosmetic + Research Institute

Opa-Locka Airport Hangar 102 Restoration

Opa-Locka Airport Hangar 102 Restoration

Billboard Building

Billboard Building

Miami Center for Architecture + Design

Miami Center for Architecture + Design

North Beach Village Tactical Revitalization

North Beach Village Tactical Revitalization


[Super]Studio 2014 opens this Friday, May 9

Super Studio 2014, a collection of the best student work from Architecture and Design Schools from across the South Florida region, opens tonight at the Miami Center for Architecture & Design (MCAD) in downtown Miami from 6pm -8pm. Seven different academic institutions will be represented including the University of Miami, where Allan Shulman is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture. The exhibit will be open from May 9 – May 30th.

Allan Shulman participated as a panelist on the “Miami Architecture Coming of Age” Panel

Allan Shulman participated as a panelist on the “Miami Architecture Coming of Age” Panel hosted by the Coral Gables Museum this past Wednesday, April 2nd. Moderated by Beth Dunlop, guest curator, architecture critic and author, the expert panel discussed aesthetics, urbanism and Miami’s current obsession with internationally famous architects. 

Photo (Left to Right): The panel; Jason R. Chandler, A.I.A.; Allan T. Shulman, FAIA; Beth Dunlop (moderator); Terence Riley; and Denis Hector, LEED® AP.

Photo (Left to Right): The panel; Jason R. Chandler, A.I.A.; Allan T. Shulman, FAIA; Beth Dunlop (moderator); Terence Riley; and Denis Hector, LEED® AP.

Soho Beach House honored by Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce

Soho Beach House designed by Shulman + Associates was honored with an award from the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, at the 2nd Annual Better Beach Awards. Over 200 attended the award ceremony held at the Loews Hotel Miami Beach last Thursday, March 27. 

The Soho Beach House involved the restoration of the 1942 Sovereign Hotel and the addition of a modern 15-story tower on the ocean.

Photo (L to R): Jury head Reinaldo Borges, AIA; MBCC Chair Michael Goldberg; Allan Shulman, FAIA; MBCC President Jerry Libin; Miss South Beach Melissa Barragan-Shaw.

Photo (L to R): Jury head Reinaldo Borges, AIA; MBCC Chair Michael Goldberg; Allan Shulman, FAIA; MBCC President Jerry Libin; Miss South Beach Melissa Barragan-Shaw.

Allan Shulman, FAIA, speaking at Hotels: Innovate Forum 3/14

Hotels: Innovate Forum is this Friday, March 14 at the Miami Center for Architecture & Design. The agenda brings together respected minds in the hospitality industry, to present their perspectives on relevant trends ranging from real estatedevelopment to hotel branding, highlighting innovations in design, technology, products, and services that are driving the next stage of hospitality projects. Allan Shulman will be a speaker for the Tastemakers panel showcasing innovators who are re-defining the hospitality experience. www.hotelsinnovate.com

Double Vision: Concert Art by Brian Butler and Jaime Salazr

Come out and see the work of S+A’s 2012 Art Basel Installation artist Brian Butler for Double Vision: his joint exhibition with Jaime Salazar of drawings and photos taken throughout Miami’s music scenes.

Opening this Friday, February 28, 7-11PM at Swampspace, 150 NE 41 Street, Design District

Check out more of Brian's work here and images from his show at S+A here

 

S+A Director of Graphic Design Jason Walker named a 2014 DCOTA Star of Design

 Jason Walker, Director of Graphic Design at Shulman + Associates was named a 2014 DCOTA (Design Center of the Americas) Star of Design in the field of graphic design. At the awards ceremony DCOTA said his “fresh, relevant work has given S+A a strong graphic identity and fostered the connections among architecture, art and graphic design.” Congratulations Jason! Photo courtesy of DCOTA. 

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Baumann Research & Cosmetic Institute celebrates one year

On January 30th, Baumann Research & Cosmetic Institute partnered with The Florida Grand Opera and Shulman + Associates to present the beauty of architecture, art, music and science together in celebration of the 1 year anniversary of the award-winning Baumann Research & Cosmetic Institute designed by Shulman + Associates. Photos by Silvia Ros.

Colee Hammock House featured on the cover of Tropic Magazine

Cover Story: Shulman + Associates of Miami designed a beauty of a house for the heavily canopied Colee Hammock neighborhood in Fort Lauderdale. In an article called "Site Specific" we talk to architect Allan Shulman about the project. Photos by Robin Hill.

From Tropic Magazine 

Walk with us through that Shulman-designed residence. Through the low front entry, descend the stairs into an open pool courtyard and walk over the pool and into the front door. Air, water, light, shade, breeze, scent, shelter... it's all there in one place.