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Babylon International, 240 SE 14th St, Brickell

With its bright red ziggurat form, the six-story structure [was] an icon of subtropical postmodernist architecture in Miami’s Brickell neighborhood and one of the signature buildings of the city’s 1980s Miami Vice era. The Babylon also earned Arquitectonica its first international award, a Progressive Architecture Citation Award, only a few years after the firm’s founding in 1977.

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Babylon Apartments (photo courtesy Aquitectonica)

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