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Marine Stadium Named to World Monuments Fund 2010 Watch List
The Marine Stadium has been named to the World Monuments Fund 2010 Watch List along with other sites such as Macchu Picchu and the Center Cities of Buenos Aires and Old Jerusalem.

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"A New Brand of Luxury Sponsorship Tweaks "Curoiosity"

Interesting article, December 9, 2013 from Blouin Art Info. In the past, luxury brands would be aligned with new condominuum developments. The Audemars exhibit with the emphasis on the Marine Stadium takes a different tack.


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"Marine Stadium A Landmark?"
Article in The Miami Herald one day before the Stadium was reviewed by the City of Miami Historic Environmental and Preservaiton Board
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"Marine Stadium Closer to Historic Status"
Article in the Herald the day after the City's Historic Environmental and Preservation Board agreed by a 7-1 vote to nominate the structure for Landmark Status.
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"Marine Stadium Deserves Second Life"
A strong editorial in the Miami Herald endorsing our efforts to bring back the Stadium
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2014: The Year for Miami Marine Stadium

Here's some national press for saving the Marine Stadium from The District, the web magazine of General Motors.


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A study of the architectural forms of the Marine Stadium

The formal name of this thesis is "Form, Use and Sustainability: A Geometric and Structural Feasibility Study of Hypar Shells". It was written by Nathan Brown as partial requirement for his Bachelor of Science of Engineering at Princeton University.

This remarkable paper traces the history of concrete shapes similar to the Marine Stadium-and then provides a very in depth analysis of the Marine Stadium itself.


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A Visit To Graffiti Filled Miami Stadium

Here is an impressionistic piece about an impromptu visit to Miami Marine Stadium by Tom Falco, blogger and author of The Coconut Grove Grapevine.


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Abandoned Stadium

This article interviews one of the Parkour Athletes who partcipated in the incredible video of the Marine Stadium that was produced by the World Freerunning Parkour Federation.


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AIA Architect
This national web magazine for the architecture profession provides an excellent summary-plus visuals-of the current status of the Marine Stadium.

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AIA Architect, October 8, 2010
Here is a beautifully written article which captures the essence of the Stadium from an architectural point of view. "Click For Related Link" to see the article and slide show, which features historic photos of the construction of the Marine Stadium from the Bramson Archive.

Don't forget to click on the link that says "Read More about the Stadium", to see the article.

This is our third article in in AIA Architect, which the trade magazine for the American Association of Architects.

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AIA Web Magazine, August 14, 2009
This is the online publication of the American Institute of Architects which is sent to 83,000 professionals. Lead article in the magazine is the Marine Stadium and the funding of the engineering study.

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America's Most Endangered Historic Places
National Trust For Historic Preservation names Miami Marine StadiumĀ  to its 2009 list of America's Most Endangered Historic Places.
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American Express Foundation Blog, November 4,2013

The American Express Foundation has generously provided us with $80,000, to be used for a study of the Marine Stadium seaside pilings. This work must be done before any restoration work can proceed. Tim McClimon, President of the American Express Foundation, recently came to Miami and particpated in our panel "The Future of Miami Marine Stadium. He also visited the Marine Stadium. Attached is a link to his blog post on his visit to Miami.


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Architect Magazine Reviews Marine Stadium Exhibit

Here's a very thoughtful article about the Coral Gables Marine Stadium exhibit by Carolina Miranda.


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Architectural Record, January 26, 2012

An article by David Sokol entitled "Revival On The Horizon For Historic Miami Marine Stadium"; explains our proposal to develop the Stadium


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Art Nerd New York

An article about the painting day at the street artists on September 20.


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Art Nerd NY, Marine Stadium ARTHistory Mural Project

A follow up story which included photographs of the murals by Logan HIcks, Curator of the exhibit.


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Art of Miami: Gloria Estefan Says Why to Save Marine Stadium

A great photo essay of a great day.


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Art Slant

An informative article on the Art History Mural Project.


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Article In Interior Design Magazine
The Marine Stadium is now starting to got national and international press. We also got an inquiry from Interior Design Magazine, South Korea.
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