Posted on January 18, 2018
How Miami’s Design District Brings Art, Design, and Culture Together
The Miami Design District is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida that is hailed as one of the most influential and swanky spots to visit. You’ll get a taste of the latest interior designs, art, and of course plenty of culture while there. You may even see some of your favorite celebrities. Here are the top attractions in each category to get you started if you’re planning a trip to Miami, and you want to take in this amazing neighborhood and all it has to offer.
Institute of Contemporary Art – ICA
The ICA is peppered with fine arts for you to explore that are contemporary and cutting edge. Anyone seeking design inspiration will be more than tickled when perusing the galleries. Exhibits and programs are like nothing you’ve experienced before and allow you to exchange ideas with like and unlike minded thinkers to fuel your creativity.
Whether you’re looking for home decor or wearable fashions, Craig Robins’s well designed Miami Design District has plenty to offer. Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Louis Vitton are just a few brands that attract tourists year-round. You can also find the perfect, iconic piece to place in your digs from shops like Kartell and Luminaire and Jonathan Adler to name just a couple favorites. You’ll be in awe at the well-known and original shops featured and can easily spend an entire day browsing.
Famous Dining Options
Estefan Kitchen offers delicious Cuban fare, Harry’s Pizzeria offers wood-fired options, and Sugarcane offers small plates and an artistic flair on their food choices to include the cocktails.
Buena Vista Deli featuring salads, sandwiches and amazing dessert is one of the most famous and affordable options in Miami and a favorite for many including celebrities. In fact, many celebrity sightings make this district a fun place to hang out. Kate Hudson during Art Basel, George Clooney, and even Beyonce have been spotted here simply walking the streets. Who will you see?
Truly the only way to understand how amazing this district is would be to visit. Stay nearby and take a day or three to take it all in as there is so much more to experience than what is listed here, even public art. You won’t regret one moment in this popular Miami neighborhood.