Store Miami

Selected Quotations from International Media


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"Benedikt Taschen marked 30 years of luxury bookselling by jetting in from Germany to christen his latest literary outpost on Lincoln Road. Attending the vino soaked event was celebrated watercolorist/nice-guy Walton Ford, whose Pancha Tantra - a collection of insanely detailed 'beautiful beasts with murderous intent'- menacingly debuted on the walls. The studious crowd wore glasses, seemed to have brains and actually may have read a book, which on South Beach is the metaphorical 'no way!' equivalent of climbing Mt. Everest. Mingling around? Siegfried & Roy's superhandler, Bernie Yuman." — Ocean Drive Magazine, Miami, United States
"Philippe Starck qui a signé l'ensemble des librairies de l'éditeur TASCHEN de par le monde, a conçu une nouvelle adresse dans l'immeuble 1111 Lincoln Road au cœur de South Beach qu'Herzog & de Meuron viennent de livrer. L'artiste britannique Toby Ziegler a crée des peintures de la hauteur des murs et, pour les sols des motifs géométriques réalisés à base de pierres originaires du sud de la Floride." — Concepts&Tendances, Paris, France
"Serious bibliophiles, not to mention design fans, consider this shop the final word on books that speak volumes to style and substance. ... As pessimists fret over the dwindling presence of the printed word, TASCHEN, is a rebel with a cause, bent on defying the notion of print extinction. ... Designed by French master of minimalism Philippe Starck, the Miami TASCHEN outpost is almost as impressive as the company's genre-bending catalogue. British artist Toby Ziegler contributed a series of floor-to-ceiling murals plus a hand-poured terrazzo floor, made entirely of stones indigenous to South Florida. Still, the heart of TASCHEN's appeal is its eyebrow-raising collection of artful tomes, spanning art, architecture, travel, fashion, photography and pop culture." — JetBlue.com, United States
"Designed by Philippe Starck and British artist Toby Ziegler (who did all the murals and the hand-poured terrazzo stone floor), the upscale book shop is a shining gem in Miami Beach's hottest new gathering place." — Miami Herald, Miami, United States
“In a genius stroke of art-meets-commerce, TASCHEN books, a publisher known for its visually stunning books on art, anthropology and aphrodisiac, is opening a store on the fancy new western stretch of Lincoln Road. The arrival of TASCHEN puts Miami Beach in a league with other international cities that have been graced with similar stores.” — 944 Miami, Miami, United States
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TASCHEN Store Miami

1111 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
United States

Tel +1-305-538 6185
store-miami(at)taschen.com

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Friday and Saturday: 11am to 10pm
Sunday: 12 noon to 9pm
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