2001 RECORD PLANT, SOUTH BEACH, MIAMI
The Record Plant, a venerable Los Angeles institution in the recording studio scene was planning to expand into another music industry favorite, Miami’s South Beach. Taking advantage of its impeccable reputation among the world’s top musicians, the studio was going to offer its services to artist and producers spending the season in Miami and allowing them to work in a suitable environment.
Amenities like a pool deck, a health club and twenty-four hour service support facilities were planned within an existing Art Deco structure near Lincoln Road. While the project was ultimately abandoned, it served as the model for another, similar project in 2007.
|building use:||office building; music recording studio and amenities|
|project scope:||30,000sf; architecture, interiors, acoustics|
|schedule:||design 2001, unbuilt|