This massive hotel is in stark contrast to the small, most often 3-story Art Deco hotels that inhabit South Beach. The fenestration, as well as the repetitive, unvaried facade, is typically modern--closer to International style. In Miami, they call this style MiMo (Miami Modern). if you downloaded or viewed this in sketchup or google earth, you should really take a look at the very high detail 3d shelborn-sign on top of the high part of the hotel. I'm very proud of it. also notice the entrance, and the shelborne-sign on the side of the complex. beachside façade by T. Triplett Russell and Igor B. Polevitzy, 1940 now greater detail, en better textures. I proud to say this is one of my best models.
This will be my final version. it's the last out of three. the other two were not accepted to the 3d buldings layer in GE, because of incomplete texturing. if this model still isn't excepted because of incomplete texturing, I can say I failed. but if it's rejected because a better model exists (because there already is a model of the building in GE, but I don't think google built it nicely), I did a good job.