In 2014 Bellini Mastercraft was selected to manufacture the envelope doors and windows for south Florida’s premier Contemporary Art Gallery. Perez Art Museum of Miami
The Museum is built in front of the Miami Bay where the Cruise ships have their base.
In being able to approve the over dimensioned doors these were tested in a laboratory in Kentucky for forced entry, Impact resistance and Hurricane cyclingThe test was to be done with the doors fitted against the largest impact si glass structures ever approved for Hurricane codes.
Bellini utilized its own design of stainless mechanisms manufactured in the factory metal mechanic shop. Custom manufactured pulls in Teak and solid bronze and pivot hinges together with 7 point locking mechanisms engaged the 3 1/2″ thick solid Teak doors.
The doors are manufactured with 3 1/2 genuine Teak and finished with Australian Oil.
The installation was achieved with our Miami installers together with a crew that was sent from our Honduras Factory.
Bellini Mastercraft proudly and with utmost professionalism became an integral part of the permanent Art units of the Perez Museum of Art in Miami.
The Perez Art Museum of Miami (PAMM) is a contemporary art museum designed by Herzog & de Meuron at 1103 Biscayne Boulevard. PAMM, along with the $275 million Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science and a city park which are being built in the area with completion in 2017, is part of the 20-acre Museum Park (formerly Bicentennial Park). Herzog & de Meuron‘s design for the new building has drawn critical acclaim. For example, the Wall Street Journal stressed that their design could be instrumental in making the museum a destination and the New York Times called the design “spectacular” The Washington Post went as far as to say that “the new setting is as much a part of the gallery as the collection”.
Since the opening of the new museum building at Museum Park, the museum has seen record attendance levels with over 150,000 visitors in its first four months. The museum had originally anticipated over 200,000 visitors in its first year at the new location. At its former location on Flagler Street, the museum received on average about 60,000 visitors annually.
BELLINI MASTERCRAFT was tasked with the manufacturing and installation of the Exterior doors and fixed windows. Manufactured utilizing select grade Genuine Teak, the doors are composed of 3 1/2″ thick teak and oversized to 6′ x 16′ including the fixed transoms.
Fitted with 7 point locking systems, custom manufactured Teak and bronze pulls and Sabana’s own hidden 2 point locking system in the inactive leafs the doors are hung with pivot hinges.
The installation was done in 6 months utilizing heavy machinery and Stainless steel reinforcements.
Sabana windows is proud to have become part of the Permanent art collection of Miami’s premier Contemporary art Museum.
Verde, located in Perez Art Museum of Miami with sweeping views of Biscayne Bay, is a modern, casual restaurant with limited indoor seating and socially distanced outdoor seating on the expansive terrace. Led by Executive Chef Hedy Goldsmith, the menu is locally inspired, featuring dishes prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients and her signature pastries. Handcrafted specialty cocktails and a select list of carefully curated wines complement the creative cuisine.
Though the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has long been one of the city’s most popular modern art museums, it’s become an even bigger player on the Miami art scene since its relocation to the Biscayne Bayfront in 2013. As if the Herzog & de Meuron-designed building weren’t impressive enough, inside the massive 200,000-square-foot museum is everything from kinetic sculptures to replica boats and an outdoor sculpture garden that has become a magnet for Instagrammers.