OBM International
OBMI is a global leader in architectural design with an experienced team of professionals who are passionate about the creation of successful places. At OBMI we believe that architectural design and planning is a privilege and an opportunity for greatness. We enter every project with a great respect for its site, understanding that only with the utmost sensitivity to its natural environment, culture and history will a site become a place with a story and a soul. Celebrating over 75 years of passion for our profession, we serve our worldwide clients through five Centres of Excellence, each specialising in strategic business sectors: Destination Creation, Urban Lifestyle, Island Living, Inside Design and Green Matters. OBMI’s mission is to meet every new challenge with OBMI’s founding ideals – helping our clients fulfill their dreams while reaching their financial goals.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Drafting, Floor Plans, Green Building, Home Additions, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Landscape Plans, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Universal Design

Areas Served
Coral Gables, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman, Antigua, Trinidad

Certifications and Awards
Architecture & Interior Design
Location: 806 Douglas Road
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Commented: What type of slabs were used? Hi, The slabs are actually large format porcelain tiles laid over concrete plinths.
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Commented: who makes the fan and where can i find it Hi. We aren't exactly sure where the fan was purchased, as we subcontracted the interior design for this project. However, you could find a large selection here: http://www.lampsplus.com/products/s_pa...
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Commented: Hi...Where can I get these stairs ... they are great ! Thanks Hi, These stairs were custom made by the Chairman/Architect, Tim Peck of OBM International. They were designed by using butcher block slabs. They cantilever out from the walls, using aluminum angle...
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