Iran Issa-Khan Celebrates The Launch Of Her New Photography Book at One Thousand Museum.

Zaha Hadid One Thousand Museum

Close to 100 VIPs and tastemakers gathered at the One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects sales gallery in downtown Miami to celebrate the launch of the latest collection of work by Iran Issa-Khan.

Signaling the Miami photographer’s comeback, the event and book signing showcased the 162-page survey of recent photography, which features a foreword by Zaha Hadid, the globally renowned architect and a close friend of Issa-Khan. The new collection of work captures the purity of nature by virtue of contemporary, feminine lines, features that both Issa-Khan and Hadid are known for.

Guests enjoyed a chic presentation of hors d’oeuvres by Michelle Areces of Petite Pois Catering & Design and sipped Perrier Jouët.

Iran Issa-Khan, Louis Birdman, Gary Schwartz, Harvey Daniels, Cathy Leff, Barbara Becker, Adriana De Moura, Sam Robin and Criselda Breene were among the notable attendees.

To acquire a copy of this long-awaited collection please visit: iranissakhan.com/publications

Antonella Palazio, Maud Arnold, Anejade Vaccarella, & Lara Curio

Antonella Palazio, Maud Arnold, Anejade Vaccarella, & Lara Curio

Criselda Breene, Gary Schwartz, & Iran Issa-Khan

Criselda Breene, Gary Schwartz, & Iran Issa-Khan

Iran Issa-Khan book

Iran Issa-Khan book

Iran Issa-Khan

Iran Issa-Khan

Kimberly Perazzo, Sam Robin, & Carola Hinojosa

Kimberly Perazzo, Sam Robin, & Carola Hinojosa

Leslie Wolfson & Ingrid Hoffman

Leslie Wolfson & Ingrid Hoffman

Liliane Lemmems, Cathy Leff, & Dirk Lemmems

Liliane Lemmems, Cathy Leff, & Dirk Lemmems

Nadina Curmi Borgomanero, Daisy Olivera, & Michele Areces

Nadina Curmi Borgomanero, Daisy Olivera, & Michele Areces

Patrick Teague, Leslie Wolfson, & Harvey Daniels

Patrick Teague, Leslie Wolfson, & Harvey Daniels

Signing the book

Signing the book

Stuart Brownstein & Louis Birdman

Stuart Brownstein & Louis Birdman 

Photos by World Red Eye

Biggest Names in Architecture Reveal the Future of Design at The Residences at Park Grove.

Park GroveA crowd of 250 top-tier brokers, buyers and tastemakers gathered to experience two of the most prominent global design talents for a look inside the visionary designs of the Residences at Park Grove, where Shohei Shigematsu from OMA and Enzo Enea blend the past and future of Coconut Grove. New renderings of the property were revealed for the first time last week, showing off the properties’ dazzling, uninterrupted views of the marina, landscape and idyllic Biscayne Bay.

The towers’ distinct facades optimize these views from every angle, allowing for an abundance of natural light for its residents, coupled with maximum privacy between units. During the design talk, Shigematsu and Enea spoke about how their designs look at urbanistic and historical elements specific to the Grove’s existing climate and culture, such as the artists and musicians that occupy it, the greenery surrounding it, and the culture alive and thriving within it, enhancing the sense of place with the idiom: integrate, not decorate. Park Grove

Park GroveThe hour-long discussion was moderated by Ted Loos, a design expert and regular contributor of Architectural Digest and hosted by co-developers of the property: David Martin, President of Terra Group and Carlos Rosso, President of Condo Development The Related Group.

Enzo Enea, landscape architect; Shohei Shigematsu, OMA Architect; David Martin, President of Terra Group; Carlos Rosso, President Condo Development The Related Group; Patrick Campbell, Vice President The Related Group; Ted Loos, contributor of Architectural Digest  were among the notable attendees.IMG_8727[1]

Carlos Rosso, Shohei Shigematsu, David Martin, Ted Loos, & Enzo Enea

Carlos Rosso, Shohei Shigematsu, David Martin, Ted Loos, & Enzo Enea

Photos by World Red Eye