These days, if it’s not on Instagram, did it even really happen? From yummy treats to fascinating architecture, the coolest art installations to jaw-dropping wall murals, we’ve curated a list of the best spots in the District to snap the perfect ‘gram. Get ready to rack up the likes… no filter needed.

Louis Vuitton Miami Store Front

Louis Vuitton Storefront
The white geometric print panels reminiscent of the brand’s iconic Daimler provide the perfect backdrop to make your OOTD really pop. If architecture is more your game, snag a pic of the whole facade, designed by Japanese architects Jun Aoki and Mirei Uchibel.
140 NE 39th Street
Miami, Florida 33137

Fendi Colonnade

Fendi Colonnade
The Fendi store’s fluorescent orange colonnade makes for one dramatic and artsy Insta. Architect Johanna Grawunde’s unique and artistic concept for the Design District’s Fendi store is a definite must-’gram.
150 NE 40th Street
Miami, Florida 33137

‘Fly’s Eye Dome’
Arguably one of the District’s most recognizable art pieces, the Fly’s Eye Dome designed by Buckminster Fuller tops the list of artsy landmarks you must capture. Great from every angle (even inside!) it’s easy to see why the Fly’s Eye Dome is also one of the Design District’s most Instagrammed. Its proximity to the Sou Fujimoto facade as well as a smattering of verdant palms doesn’t hurt either.
140 NE 39th Street
Miami, Florida 33137

2x4 Vortex

‘2X4 Vortex’ Wall Mural
The Vortex wall mural by Micahel Rock, Susan Sellers and Georgianna Stout of famed design studio 2x4 is a truly dramatic, must-shoot spot. Loved by fashion bloggers and cool kids alike, no trip to the District is complete without a blasé shot in front of the Vortex. (Bonus points if you’re rocking a black and white ensemble.)
NE 38th Street between NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Avenue
Miami, Florida 33137

2x4 Jungle

‘2x4 Jungle’ Wall Mural
If tropical is more your bag, shoot the Jungle wall mural from the second story of the Palm Court. Another collaborative work between Michael Rock, Susan Sellers and Georgianna Stout of 2x4 the mural is basically made for the Lo-Fi filter.
NE 38th Street between NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Avenue
Miami, Florida 33137

 

‘Le Corbusier’ Bust
French artist Xavier Veilhan’s gigantic bust of legendary architect Le Corbusier, a major pioneer in modern architecture makes for an impressive addition to anyone’s feed.
140 NE 39th Street
Miami, Florida 33137

Flotsam & Jetsam
One of the largest 3-D printed objects in the world — designed by the 2016's Panerai Design Miami/Visionary Award winner, SHoP Architects — it exudes a quintessential Miami vibe. Snap your perfect shot of it during the Design District's weekly Wednesday farmer's market, The Market #atMDD. 
NE 38th Street between NE 2nd Avenue and NE 1st Avenue
Miami, Florida 33137

DASH Fence

DASH Fence
Home to some of the country’s finest young artists, it’s only fitting that the 100 foot fence lining the Design And Architecture Senior High is the embodiment of functional art. Designed by Marc Newson, the fence appears to shift based on point of view and makes for one surreal and totally cool Instagram shot.
4001 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33137

‘Netscape’ Installation
Nothing says ‘Miami’ like a hammock, and German designer Konstanin Grcic’s interactive installation on the second floor of the Palm Court is both fun and artistic. The 24-seat web of swings is definitely Insta-worthy and a total blast.
140 NE 39th Street
2nd Floor Terrace
Miami, Florida 33137

Sou Fujimoto

Sou Fujimoto’s Building Facade
Sou Fujimoto’s building facade is a work of art in its own right. Evoking water and nature, the light and airy glass facade is truly a stunning masterpiece that makes for one dramatic photo. (Plus, you can get Le Corbusier or the Fly’s Eye Dome if you get the right angle.)
140 NE 39th Street
Miami, Florida 33137

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