A precise personification of the dean of deco himself, L. Murray Dixon; the orchestrator of Ocean Drive’s architecture. A pivotal pioneer for Miami’s frontier, his work is the actualization of antiquated aptitude, bent over a draft table with pencil in hand. The Dixon was drawn with the calculated craftsmanship from where its name derives, with a geometric nature that is nourished through its step-cut details along the outer eye-wire. Its lenses mimic the rectangular view-ports of Art Deco structures, as linear ornaments establish a dimensional design. Dixon is a motif in itself, a true exhibition of style moderne.