Miami River is a Special Area plan creating a dense, urban area at the juncture of the river and I-95. The 10-acre site is designed by Kobi Karp to activate its surroundings by integrating a mixed-use program in four towers with improved public and street-level areas. On the lower levels the architecture is curvilinear and transparent. The landscape is brought into the building with planters recessed into the architecture on multiple levels. The pedestal façade is a combination of glass, metal and a series of planter systems from levels 2 to 8.
Kobi Karp is the Founder and Principal of Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design, Inc (KKAID). Kobi Karp founded the firm in 1996 and has been the Principal-in-Charge of design since that time. KKAID is a full-service architectural and interior design firm providing a vast array of services, ranging from the design of large-scale, high-rise condominium and hospitality projects to intimate, small-scale low-rise residential and commercial structures.
Educated at the University of Minnesota’s Institute of Technology, Kobi Karp earned degrees in both Architecture and Environmental Design. Sub