(Lafayette, La. – July 1, 2021)Pro Landscaper Magazine featured Landscape Design Workshop, a Boca Raton-based landscape architecture and planning design studio, in its July 2021 issue. The article “Next Level” provides a detailed look at AMLI MidTown Miami, Landscape Design Workshop’s latest award winning project.
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Luxury apartment leader AMLI Residential has just opened a new property in downtown Miami, and its outdoor amenities are the number-one selling point.
AMLI Midtown Miami features 700 apartments in three buildings, joined by flyover bridges and a multi-level, interconnected system of gardens, swimming pools, courtyards and recreational amenities. For leading landscape architect, Erez Bar-Nur of Landscape Design Workshop, it was a dream assignment.
About Landscape Design Workshop
Landscape Design Workshop is an award-winning landscape architecture and planning design studio located in Boca Raton, Florida. The atelier studio specializes in designing resorts, resort-like communities and mixed use projects that embody the tropical lifestyle experience. Landscape Design Workshop aspires to enhance people’swell-being and quality of life through the visceral enjoyment of the outdoors.
Erez Bar-Nur, , founder and principalof Landscape Design Workshopis a passionate practitioner with a life-long interest in exploring the interface between people and their environment. He is a craftsman whose work employs outdoor spaces as a bridge connecting residents with their immediate environment, and by doing so, creating a symbiotic relationship that benefits both. His designs have been recognized in award competitions locally, by the Florida ASLA, as well as nationally & internationally, including the Muse Design Awards, the American Architecture Prize, the World Architecture and Design Awards, the Asia Pacific Design Center & International Design Awards. Erez is best described by the Muse Design Awards, the international competition for creative professionals, as one of the ‘designers whose craftsmanship shift paradigms’.