Art can be on walls, but it can also be walls. Located in the heart of South Beach, Sagamore was built in the early 1940’s when the city was defined an Art Deco playground mixing bright colors with stylish architecture.
The iconic property is best known for its grand drive-up entrance, sleek white exterior and signature neon sign that can be seen from all parts of the beach. But they call it the Art Deco District for a reason; go out and explore some of the other iconic buildings that made South Beach famous.
Want a sneak peek at what’s to come? Check out this Architecture Guide of Miami provided by Virginia Duran.