ESPN’s computer model views Miami as a big favorite over Duke

After two weeks off that featured three games postponed, the No. 10 Miami Hurricanes will be playing this week. The ACC announced on Sunday night that Miami will play the Duke Blue Devils in Durham, North Carolina on December 5th at 8 p.m. with the game being televised on the ACC Network. 


The advanced metrics view the Hurricanes as a significant favorite over the Blue Devils. The ESPN Football Power Index views UM as entering the game with an 84.6 percent win probability. 


Duke (2-7 1-7)  ranks as the 87th overall team in the country, according to the FPI rankings. Only Florida State and Syracuse rank lower amongst ACC teams. 


The Blue Devils are coming off a 56-33 loss at Georgia Tech this weekend. The last ACC win for Duke was an October 10th 38-24 win over Syracuse. 


All of Duke’s

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Tatiana Bilbao to feature among panellists exploring Latin American architecture for Dezeen x Miami Design Talks

The final instalment of Dezeen x Miami Design Talks will be a panel discussion about the relationship between the city of Miami and Latin American architecture. Watch here from 3pm London time.



a large tall tower with a clock on the side of a building: Dezeen x Miami Design Talks


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Dezeen x Miami Design Talks

Moderated by Dezeen’s founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs, the panel will comprise Mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao, Venezuelan-born architect Carlos Zapata and Ecuadorian architectural developer Joseph Schwarzkopf.

Miami has often been referred to in the media as “the capital of Latin America”. This live conversation will explore the influences that the city has on Latin American architecture and vice versa.



a person posing for the camera: Tatiana Bilbao


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Tatiana Bilbao

Bilbao is the director of architecture practice Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, which she set up in 2009. Her work is characterised by a sensitive approach to design that integrates social values and embraces collaboration.

For example, in 2019, Bilbao teamed up with 32 architects and

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Dezeen x Miami Design Talks launches with live interview featuring Craig Robins

Miami Design District founder and CEO Craig Robins will speak to Dezeen about developing creative communities in an exclusive live interview to kick off our Dezeen x Miami Design Talks collaboration. Watch here from 3pm GMT.



an aerial view of a city: Miami Design District Moore Building


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Miami Design District Moore Building

Hosted by Dezeen’s editor-in-chief Marcus Fairs, the interview is the first instalment in a series of conversations broadcast on Dezeen as part of Design Miami 2020.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Design Miami festival will feature a programme of digital events taking place alongside physical exhibitions and activities located within Miami Design District.



an aerial view of a city: The Moore Building in Miami Design District


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The Moore Building in Miami Design District

In 2000, Robins and his partner L Catterton began acquiring buildings in the then-neglected neighbourhood. The Miami Design District has since been developed into a shopping destination and hub for architecture and the arts.

In 2005, Design Miami launched

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Miami Design District is getting bigger

The western edge of Miami’s ritzy Design District is being turned inside out — literally — to create a new wing for the luxury shopping and design neighborhood.

The Market at Miami Design District, a joint venture between the New York-based Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finance and the Miami retail leasing and development firm The Comras Company of Florida, will take 16 existing commercial properties spanning nearly a full city block and convert them into an open-air marketplace, with paseos and corridors carved out of the existing structures and storefronts on multiple sides of the buildings to give the area the feel of a village.

“The idea is to do something a little more elevated than Wynwood, but not with the luxury vibe of the Design District,” said Michael Comras, president and CEO of The Comras Company, who is overseeing the leasing and redesign of the area. “I want to

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