The Fontainebleu Hotel in Miami Beach is the largest and grandest example of Miami Modernist Architecture (MiMo). It was designed by Morris Lapidus, who designed many of the building in Miami Beach, and completed in 1954. In 2008 the Fontainebleu Hotel was added the United States Register of Historic Places.
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Architecture -- Resort Architecture -- Florida -- Miami Beach;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet and Lapidus, Morris, "Miami Beach: Fontaineblue Hotel" (1978). Browse All. 435.
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