Miami Design District/

Studio Proba x Enjoy the Weather present Tomorrow Land, the 2021 Miami Design District Annual Commission

The Miami Design District has named creative studios, Studio Proba and Enjoy The Weather, this year’s winners of its highly anticipated 2021 Annual Design Commission. Curated by Wava Carpenter and Anna Carnick of Anava Projects and Design Miami/, this year’s installation, titled Tomorrow Land, will transform the neighborhood—as well as the entrance to Design Miami/—into an interactive playground through a series of joyful sculptures, seating, and ornamentation designed by Studio Proba.

The physical installation will serve as the basis for an interactive, virtual game created by Enjoy The Weather. A dedicated app that uses AR technology and proximity beacons will allow visitors to ‘collect’ and customize Studio Proba’s shapes and place their own custom totems throughout the neighborhood and beyond. The app will also offer a curated list of Miami’s hottest Art Week events and feature a fundraising component.

About Miami Design District/

The Miami Design District is a creative neighborhood dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art, architecture and dining experiences. The District is home to more than 120 flagship stores like Chanel, Hermes, Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and more – making it one of the world’s greatest shopping areas. The vision for a rejuvenated Design District – responsive to its historic, urban and tropical context – was codified into an urban master plan developed by award-winning master planners Duany Plater-Zyberk, with the additional participation of architects including Sou Fujimoto, Aranda/Lasch, Aranguren & Gallegos, K/R, Johnston Marklee. The Miami Design District embodies a singular dedication to the unity of design, fashion, art and architecture and a commitment to encourage a neighborhood comprised of creative experiences including public art installations by Buckminster Fuller, Zaha Hadid, John Baldessari, Marc Newson, Konstantin Grcic, Xavier Veilhan, Urs Fisher and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and others. The Miami Design District's landscape masterplan by Island Planning Corporation comprises lush green spaces, rooftop gardens, an impressive Palm collection, and streets lined with indigenous canopy trees, offering shade and a lowered ambient climate as a relief from the South Florida sun. As Miami becomes increasingly known for its own rich culture, the growth of the Miami Design District further reflects how the city is deserving of its place on the global stage.