Oppenheim Architecture + Design have unveiled plans to build an art storage facility in Miami, USA.
The facade of the 11-story, 140,000 square foot building will display artwork by emerging and established artists. Architecture design
Designed for art services company Artemundi & Company and referred to as The Vault, the development will include a conservation laboratory, showrooms and exhibition spaces. Architecture design
Construction is due for completion in 2010.
The following information is from Oppenheim Architecture + Design:
OPPENHEIM ARCHITECTURE+DESIGN AND ARTEMUNDI & COMPANY ANNOUNCE PLANS TO BREAK GROUND ON “THEVAULT” DURING ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 2008
Art collector’s paradise with over 140,000 square feet of storage, concierge services, and top-level security housed inside of a “blank canvas” facade designed by Chad Oppenheim
During this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach (4 -7 December 2008), award-winning Miami- and Basel-based Oppenheim Architecture+Design, in partnership with Javier Lumbreras of Artemundi & Company, will break ground on Art Vault & Valuables Services (AV&VS) or as art insiders are calling it, “The Vault” in the trendy Wynwood Design District. The development of this 11-story, 140,000 square foot storage facility is slated for completion in early 2010. Architecture design