Initial Design For SkyRise Miami’s Lobby Area Includes Reflected Ceiling, VIP Area

Preliminary plans for SkyRise Miami’s lobby area have been released by Blitstein Design Associates.

A ‘reflected ceiling’ and large retail space is the highlight of the lobby area. VIPs will avoid the main lobby area altogether with a dedicated entrance and escalators shuttling them to their own VIP elevator lobby.

The project was approved by Miami voters in August.

 

 

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Oscar
7 years ago

Yikes.

Jaime
7 years ago

hideous

marc
7 years ago

What did you guys expect inside with the exterior it has.

Dave
7 years ago

Are those renderings created by someone in kindergarten?

anonymous
7 years ago

Is anyone regretting this yet?

Anonymous
7 years ago

looks like someone vomited the décor from the 80’s. actually put it this way….. The Eighties called… they want their Décor, glitter and bad taste back!!!!

Anon
7 years ago

On the bright side, it will be therapeutic for those looking to overcome their fear of giant clowns.

Obviously
7 years ago

Please someone, tell me this thing is just one huge bad joke!

Alan
7 years ago

Is this supposed to be worth of a world class attraction?

Anon
7 years ago

My Eyes!! please take it off. Hideous design.

Brickellite
7 years ago

“The project was approved by Miami voters in August.” Not by me. Oh wait, only 30% turnout… that’s the problem with living in a city where more than half the ‘residents’ are not US citizens eligible to vote, or they are ‘investors’ who live here seasonally. Where is the civic participation Miami? People that can vote need to get out and make their voices heard. Get off your asses and participate Miami, for if we continue to ignore whats happening in our city, more phallic structures will be built… does that giant flag pole ring a bell?

juan
7 years ago

did you vote?

Ed
7 years ago

Cool Interactive ceiling! Love the Colors… Congrats

miami
7 years ago

It’s crazy how dated this looks already. It looks like some tacky Vegas attraction circa 1991.

Eli
7 years ago

No intelligent comments so far from anyone. What a pity. No brains to describe. Unprofessional site that allows people to talk with ignorance.

anonymous
7 years ago

Elitist comment.

David
7 years ago

that includes your comment! If you think this is an unprofessional site, obviously that seems to be your type if your on it and commenting. Starting to wonder these are your renderings and since no one has said anything good about it then you have to give yourself props

Anonymous
7 years ago

After all the hype, this is the reality….looks like an AMC movie theater lobby. Or worse.

Anonymous
7 years ago

Got a headache looking at it, and I wish that were hyperbolic.

Ayav Neaucleu
7 years ago

Before everyone gets too excited and/or exasperated about this project, remember that the developer must somehow come up with at least $400 million in financing to get it off the ground. Believe it or not, there is a good chance that this never gets built and will just gradually fade away.

Adam
6 years ago

…and the $9M seed money comes from—that’s right, the taxpayers.

Anonymous
6 years ago

yo, omg that is so sick….love it! i hate that its not boring and not simple