Since Quinn Miami is a creative working studio, it felt natural to alight in Wynwood, Miami’s Art District. We are grateful to Joe Furst at Goldman Properties for carving out a storefront that extends to the communal backyard. Sometimes people assume we are a store and come in to shop our art and objects. One day, we might just start selling the stuff – a good excuse to buy more. We call it The Storefront.

 Objects and books fill the street lounge.

Objects and books fill the street lounge.

 A view of the street lounge looking toward the wall of art.

A view of the street lounge looking toward the wall of art.

 Midcentury ocean-blue chairs: a nod to the retro hotels that dot the Miami coastline.

Midcentury ocean-blue chairs: a nod to the retro hotels that dot the Miami coastline.

 Anyone for roller skating?

Anyone for roller skating?

   
  
   
  
    
  
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  We live in hope that the serenity of this Buddha will rub off on us.

We live in hope that the serenity of this Buddha will rub off on us.

 Friend and architect David Abelow created our zig-zag offices.

Friend and architect David Abelow created our zig-zag offices.

 Our wily lookout.

Our wily lookout.

 Odds-and-ends make our privacy rooms feel cozy.

Odds-and-ends make our privacy rooms feel cozy.

 The back of the Storefront.

The back of the Storefront.

 We love our Cafecito...

We love our Cafecito...

 ...and this crazy-long dining-room table.

...and this crazy-long dining-room table.

 A teaching Buddha. Bring it on.

A teaching Buddha. Bring it on.

 Pink skies, a cyclist, a touch of street art pretty much summarizes the good life in Wynwood.

Pink skies, a cyclist, a touch of street art pretty much summarizes the good life in Wynwood.

Credits

Architect:  Tom Oprea
Construction:  Goldman Properties
Interior Design:  Florence Quinn
Sources:  Restoration Hardware, West Elm, Design Within Reach, Room & Board, Sliding Door Company, Office Furniture Heaven, Home Goods, Exotic India, Gongs Unlimited, Estate Sales, Ebay
Photography:  Michael Pisarri