The landmark is somehow an image reflecting the context of a city. For instance, Time Square is considered as one of the landmarks of Manhattan city, displaying its culture and economy contexts. As for the Eiffel Tower, this one is recognized as the landmark of Paris city, not only for reason of its particular shape, but also for reason of its function allowing to observe the environmental context from it. 

The landmark of Miami city we suggest does not simply denote a new shape or original programs, but also implies a process giving back a contextual image of the city. Complex and flexible programs which exist in the city context naturally lead from the context to the architecture landscape. On the other hand, this landscape would connect the contextual image of the city with that of the nature in it, since it is located between the city and the sea.