The Bay front Contemporary art Museum is Sabana Windows proudest achievement . Sabanas Highly professional team was directly involved in the design of the structural composition of the Heavy Teak doors. In absolute senergie with the builders, architects and designers Sabana celebrates the Perez art Museums excellence in fine craftsmanship.
In 2014, the museum’s permanent collection contained over 1,800 works, particularly 20th- and 21st-century art from the Americas, Western Europe and Africa. In 2016, the museum’s collection contained nearly 2,000 works.
Since the opening of the new museum building at Museum Park, the museum has seen record attendance levels with over 150,000 visitors in its first four months. The museum had originally anticipated over 200,000 visitors in its first year at the new location. At its former location on Flagler Street, the museum received on average about 60,000 visitors annually.
SABANA was tasked with the manufacturing and installation of the Exterior doors and fixed windows. Manufactured utilizing select grade Genuine Teak, the doors are composed of 3 1/2″ thick teak and oversized to 6′ x 16′ including the fixed transoms.
In able to comply with the Hurricane codes, the doors were tested in a laboratory in Kentucky for forced entry, impact rating, Hurricane cycling and water infiltration. The doors were mounted on metal structures that in turn profiled the oversized impact side glass.
Fitted with 7 point locking systems, custom manufactured Teak and bronze pulls and Sabana’s own hidden 2 point locking system in the inactive leafs the doors are hung with pivot hinges.
The installation was done in 6 months utilizing heavy machinery and Stainless steel reinforcements.
Sabana windows is proud to have become part of the Permanent art collection of Miami’s premier Contemporary art Museum.
Though the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) has long been one of the city’s most popular modern art museums, it’s become an even bigger player on the Miami art scene since its relocation to the Biscayne Bayfront in 2013. As if the Herzog & de Meuron-designed building weren’t impressive enough, inside the massive 200,000-square-foot museum is everything from kinetic sculptures to replica boats and an outdoor sculpture garden that has become a magnet for Instagrammers.
PAMM’s reputation as one of the city’s best art museums precedes it, so the place is full of art lovers—and tourists who just want to check all the Miami boxes. The museum also hosts activities and workshops for kids.