What city made Don Johnson a Ferrari-driving pastel-suit-wearing international icon, is playground for the America's retired upper crust, birthplace of the plastic-pink-flamingo-in-the-front-yard phenomenon, and home to America's biggest Cuban population? You don't have to be a genius to figure out that Miami is the singular town in question. Fun, happy, and sexy homes populate this dreamy seaside city where blue sky, green palm leaves, and electric vibes provide an exotic backdrop to the fabulous and outrageous interiors we've selected for you. Among the gems we've mined for this new addition to our Interiors collection are locations used in the television series "Flipper" and "Miami Vice," a house on stilts suspended over the crystal clear ocean water, a high-rise apartment with jaw-dropping views, the Art Deco fabulousness of Morris Lapidus's Eden Roc hotel, and a Cuban woman's modest home bursting with kitschy religious paraphernalia. Whether they're exploding with color and pizzazz or imploding with white minimalism, these are the creme de la creme of Miami pads.
About the editor:
Angelika Taschen studied art history and German literature in Heidelberg, gaining her doctorate in 1986. Working for TASCHEN since 1987, she has published numerous titles on art, architecture, photography, design, travel, and lifestyle.
About the photographer:
New York-based French photographer Eric Laignel captures architecture and design “for the pleasure of the eyes.” His work is regularly featured in various international publications, though his favorites projects remain TASCHEN’s Berlin Interiors and Miami Interiors.
About the author:
Patricia Parinejad graduated in Germany, started as a producer and author for the international press, and collaborated with TASCHEN on several book projects. As a photographer, she works with high end design and architectural companies and clients such as Cartier and Air France and her artistic work is part of different private collections. She resides in Paris and Los Angeles.
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