Bermello Ajamil and Partners designs Triptych Miami Design District

Bermello Ajamil and Partners designs Triptych Miami Design District
Triptych Miami Design District will join Curio – A Collection by Hilton when it opens in 2017.

Triptych Miami Design District will join Curio – A Collection by Hilton when it opens in December 2017. Triptych Miami Design District, Curio Collection by Hilton, which will be owned and operated by HES Group, is being built on a .99-acre property at 3601 N. Miami Avenue.

The project architect is Bermello Ajamil and Partners.

The name Triptych is inspired by works of art composed of three sections that are meant to be appreciated together. Triptych Miami Design District, which will be located at the intersection of three areas in Miami, will pay homage to its namesake by becoming the only hotel in the Design District of Miami to have a gallery space.

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The 20-story hotel will include 296 rooms and suites, and 40,000 square feet of meeting and function space. There will be a number of food and beverage venues including a Sky Lobby with pool deck, restaurant and bar, as well as a rooftop deck with bar and lounge. There will also be a fitness center.

Both the ground floor and second floor will have retail space. Meanwhile, office space will be available between floors three and six in shared concept style.

The property will be near the Wynwood District, home to over 70 galleries. Also nearby will be the Miami International Airport, American Airlines Arena, Marlin Park and Miami Beach.

Bermello Ajamil and Partners designs Triptych Miami Design District

Bermello Ajamil and Partners designs Triptych Miami Design District

Bermello Ajamil and Partners designs Triptych Miami Design District

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