GC Magazine names Permuy Architecture Among The Best Commercial Architects in Miami Beach, Florida
When you hear the word “Miami,” the first thing that comes to mind is most likely the beach. Glistening water, golden sands, tanned travelers, celebrity-filled hotels, and neverending nightlife: the images are stylish, and only reality can surpass them. Miami Beach is iconic as a resort destination, setting the gold standard for hospitality while constantly revitalizing and remodeling to meet the latest in travelers’ needs and expectations. Miami has far more to offer than sun and sand, with world-famous nightlife and world-renowned art galleries, first-class hotels, a sophisticated dining scene, designer shopping, and a distinctive architectural style that makes it one of the world’s most visually unique cities.
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Permuy Architecture is a family business proud of its illustrious history. The Permuy team has developed a highly advanced design sense based on nearly 100 years of collective expertise, specializing in architecture, interior design, urban planning, construction administration, and owner representation. The Permuy legacy brings rich history and dignity to each project, with global roots stretching back to Spain and France.
Ignacio Permuy, the founder and president of Permuy Architecture, earned his architecture degree from the prestigious Pratt Institute of New York. Throughout his subsequent career, he has acquired significant experience in various design and applications, securing him a strong reputation for innovative solutions. He now serves on different community and regulatory boards, including the Miami Urban Development Review Board (UDRB), the Coral Gables Construction Regulation Board, and the Florida International University CARTA Dean’s Leadership Advisory Board.
Signature Permuy designs are defined by Permuy Architecture’s uniquely seasoned blend of experience and perspectives. That aesthetic sense can be seen in projects ranging from One Bayfront Plaza to the Aventura Mall Slide Tower. It is also reflected in grand urban planning endeavors such as Old Spanish Village and the rebuilding of San Salvador after the devastating earthquake in 1986. The United States Congress, Miami-Dade County, and the cities of Miami and Coral Gables have all recognized and honored the Permuy legacy.