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Orthodox Jew strolls by a most unorthodox, postmodern, Miami Beach townhouse

An orthodox Jew strolls by a very unorthodox, postmodern, townhouse designed by Tod Tragash of STA Architectural Group.

The building is named "El Cyclone" after the cyclonic shape of its central stairwell.

Decorating the exterior are playful, ceramic sea creatures by Miami sculptor Carlos Alves.

And the front door is guarded by an octopus-shaped metal gate.

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An orthodox Jew strolls by a very unorthodox, postmodern, townhouse designed by Tod Tragash of STA Architectural Group. <br />
<br />
The building is named "El Cyclone" after the cyclonic shape of its central stairwell.<br />
<br />
Decorating the exterior are playful, ceramic sea creatures by Miami sculptor Carlos Alves.<br />
<br />
And the front door is guarded by an octopus-shaped metal gate.