PAMM CucuyoMiami, USA

PAMM Cucuyo is an innovative outdoor mobile café designed by BBAmiami at the Perez Art Museum Miami. Cucuyo establishes a conversation with its context, the beautifully designed museum by Herzog and de Meuron, where the café is located. As it sits on the outdoor terrace overlooking the bay, it’s strong, self-contained elliptical shape that recalls eggs and cocoons stands in contrast to the rectilinear and orthogonal elements of the building. Produced entirely in stainless steel and 3D printed in the Netherlands by MX3D, the cafe is moveable, contains all the necessary equipment, adapts to special events, and can be disassembled. An AIA Award winner for its fantastic detailing, Cucuyo is an elegant and functional addition to the museum.

Project Details
  • Year: 2018
  • Location: Miami, USA
  • Status: Complete
  • Client: Perez Art Museum
  • Size: 250 SF
  • Team: Gustavo Berenblum, Claudia Busch, Renate Paris, Rafael Rama, MX3D
  • Awards: SARA National Design Award of Honor 2019, AIA Miami Design Award 2018
  • Image Credits: Michael Stavaridis, MX3D
BBAMiami - PAMM Cucuyo Welding the 3D printed stainless steel shell
BBAMiami - PAMM Cucuyo
BBAMiami - PAMM Cucuyo
BBAMiami - PAMM Cucuyo

"We thought about a mobile kiosk that is comparable to the art that you see in the museum" Emily Burster. Gr. Manager STARR Catering

BBAMiami - PAMM Cucuyo

Entirely 3D printed in stainless steel, it was the largest such structure ever produced at the time.

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