The recently expanded 2.5 acre Lincoln Park in Miami surrounds the New World Symphony building. It is also the location for the Miami Beach Soundscape, which is used for a wide variety of different events, either under the shade of the trees or beneath the clear night sky. The wall of the symphony building provides an ideal screen for video projections while Pergola arches, whose shape inspire the cumulus clouds that frequently occur in Miami, line the perimeter of the park.
The hand-crafted aluminum structures support the splendid blossom of the Bougainvillea vines and also provide much-needed shade. Several IDA Approved "Dark Sky Friendly" Selux Olivio luminaires have been installed here, their compact dimensions providing an elegant lighting solution for full-cutoff lighting overlooking the entire park.
client Lincoln Park
architect West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture, Rosenberg Gardner Design
landscape architect Rosenberg Gardner Design
electrical planning Costal Systems International
photographer James Brigagliano
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