The Freehand Hotel, formerly known as the Indian Creek Hotel, is one of Miami Beach’s iconic buildings, where a 1932 Russell Pancoast designed home still stands, converted to a restaurant. The hotel is funky and eclectic, a place to relax and unwind, just outside the more frenetic South Beach club scene just to the south. The landscape garden is designed as an urban kitchen garden, where guests can dine and drink among tropical fruit trees and spices.
William Lane Architects
Construction completed in 2013
Photos Courtesy of Freehand Hotel and World RedEye