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Black Dahlia House by Veliz Arquitecto

Project name:
Black Dahlia House
Architecture firm:
Veliz Architecto
Miami, Florida, United States
Tools used:
SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop , Lumion
Principal architect:
Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana
Design team:
Jorge Luis Veliz Quintana
Built area:
2600 m²
Site area:
3000 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Veliz Architecto
Concept - design
Concept - Design
Residential › House

Veliz Arquitecto: Immerse yourself in a two-story architectural marvel that defies convention. Imagine a place where straight geometric shapes merge with graceful curves, creating a space that redefines perception. The deep shades of black give life to unique textures and finishes, in a visual dance between crystal and inlaid rock. Experience nature at its best, both in the lush exteriors and in the captivating interiors, where reflecting pools invite you to explore. With a strong commitment to renewable energy, this architectural masterpiece is also home to two open-air parking garages, perfect for your collection of luxury cars. Black Dahlia House: Where innovation and elegance converge.

Dedicated to the history of Black Dahlia

"Black Dahlia" commonly refers to the unsolved murder case of Elizabeth Short, a young actress whose mutilated and dismembered body was found in Los Angeles in 1947. The nickname "Black Dahlia" was given to Elizabeth Short after her death due to his predilection for dressing in black and to a movie called "The Blue Dahlia" that was in theaters at the time. The "Black Dahlia" case is famous for its brutality and mystery, as the killer was never fully identified, and the case was never officially solved. Over the years, it has spawned many theories and speculation, as well as books, movies, and television shows exploring the subject.

By Alfredo Gonzalez

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