Here's to number ten!

walter antin
03 Feb 2010

Arch of Champions unveiled on Ocean Drive

Beilinson Gomez Architect P.A. has unveiled its Super Bowl Sculpture on Ocean Drive in the historic Miami Beach Architectural District.

Beilinson Gomez Architects P.A. was selected to design this year’s super bowl sculpture to commemorate the ten super bowls that have been played in Miami. The sculpture consists of two tapered arches that support a football between them. The arches represent the Orange Bowl and the Dolphin Stadium, each hosting five super bowls.

The 23’ tall steel sculpture spans Ocean Drive, and is constructed of steel recycled from the Orange Bowl and the Dolphin Stadium.

Beilinson Gomez Architects P.A. are also responsible for the restoration of many of the hotels and restaurants on Ocean Drive allowing for architectural continuity in the historic Ocean Drive district which is one of the most visited historic destinations in the country.

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