Miami Green Homes


Sebastian Eilert, AIA featured on VoyageMIA!

Thank you for the feature interview on this Miami focused site. Check it out HERE.



ZOOM BACKGROUNDS BY SEBASTIAN EILERT ARCHITECTURE – EXTERIOR VIEWS

Free exterior design images for ZOOM backgrounds. Just click on the image and safe to download, then change your background when in active meetings in ZOOM. The images are sized to fit the ZOOM criteria.

All design by Sebastian Eilert, AIA of Sebastian Eilert Architecture, Inc.

Casa del Sol Coral Gables Old Spanish Style Home:BG-zoom-Casa-del-sol-01

Coconut Grove Modern Residence: BG-zoom-Mooring-01

Coconut Grove Limestone Backyard Patio: BG-zoom-Abbot-01

Check out the Interior Design images as well.



ZOOM backgrounds by Sebastian Eilert Architecture – Interior Spaces

Free interior design images for ZOOM backgrounds. Just click on the image and safe to download, then change your background when in active meetings in ZOOM. The images are sized to fit the ZOOM criteria.

All design by Sebastian Eilert, AIA of Sebastian Eilert Architecture, Inc.

Torres Open Kitchen with 2 coutners:

Triana Outside Covered Florida Patio:

Maynes Interior Grand Hall Hallway:

Check out the Exterior Design images as well.



Architectural Diagrams: 10 Clever Storage Solutions for Tiny Apartments – Architizer Journal

Great article with some nice ideas for intelligent storage.

Architectural Diagrams: 10 Clever Storage Solutions for Tiny Apartments – Architizer Journal
— Read on architizer.com/blog/practice/details/architectural-diagrams-storage-solutions-for-tiny-apartments/



AIA Miami, USGBS and Blink present – EV Infrastructure & Sustainable Building Practices Tickets, Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 6:00 PM | Eventbrite

Eventbrite – Blink Charging presents EV Infrastructure & Sustainable Building Practices – Thursday, February 20, 2020 at The Miami Center for Architecture & Design, Miami, FL. Find event and ticket information.

— Read on and Register:

www.eventbrite.com/e/ev-infrastructure-sustainable-building-practices-tickets-70508267125



There Goes The Neighborhood: Miami – Part 2 (From The Stakes) | WLRN

The fear of mass displacement isn’t paranoia for black people in Liberty City. It’s family history. WLRN and WYNC studios present the second episode of a
— Read on www.wlrn.org/post/there-goes-neighborhood-miami-part-2-stakes



Climate Gentrification – study applied to Miami – Interesting podcast. There Goes the Neighborhood: Miami—Part 1 (from The Stakes) | WLRN

First of 3 parts looking at the concept of climate gentrification in Miami. Does seawater change where future developments will happen? Taking over high ground LIttle Haiti and Liberty City for future developments may suggest that it is a real consideration.

Listen to the podcast through WLRN.

The sea level is rising–and so is the rent.  WLRN and WYNC studios present the first episode of a three part series on climate gentrification.
— Read on http://www.wlrn.org/post/there-goes-neighborhood-miami-part-1-stakes



These Sustainable Hotels Are Doing Good for Their Communities–and the World | AFAR

6 ways that hotels across the globe are investing in sustainable practices and making the world better, one step at a time.
— Read on www.afar.com/magazine/6-ways-hotels-around-the-world-are-working-to-become-more-sustainable

Sustainable architecture on the list! An important element for any “place”



The Role(s) of the Architects – what we really do

 

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Let’s keep the role and influence of the individual architect a little reasonable and in perspective here. There are so many varying aspects of architecture employment. Few actually design, especially design all the time. Most are executing some sort construction documents or other legal text relevant to the building at hand, research materials or local building and zoning code. When design actually happens, it is a very rewarding for most. So design, as conceived as the main role of the architect by the public, is in fact a rather small aspect of the overall practice.

In general the role of the licensed architect, is to orchestrate a number of parts required for the project into a coherent fashion to the success of said project. Like the CEO of a company, the architect is the leader of the project. This holds true during the planning and design phases, and shifts during the actual construction phase. Here the architect takes an observatory role, rather than a leading role within the project team.

What are the typical parts of a design team? Every project is a little different, but most include the owner, the client, a group of engineers and the staff of the architect itself.

Beyond leading the above noted project, there are many roles within an architectural practice. Like any business, staff relating to the legal operation, such as accounting, marketing, etc. are required but may be considered elsewhere. As for the actual architectural breakdown, here are key positions within an architectural firm. The big three are:

Draftsperson and production staff are generally operating software to literally produce the drawings that communicate the design intent and any details required for construction. This used to be hand drafting, but those days are long gone.  Largest portion of the architectural practice, consumes the most time.

Designer – coveted spot. Actually design the project. Most creative and theoretic aspect of architecture.

Project manager – little design, lots of production, lots of research and written texts. Overall understanding of project, contracts, coordination with others. Most engaging portion of the practice.



Voyage MIA article – meet Sebastian Eilert

Thank you to Voyage MIA for the feature of the day! Nice to meet you, too. 

http://voyagemia.com/interview/meet-sebastian-eilert-sebastian-eilert-architecture-south-dade-county/