For anyone who has visited the beautiful shores of Miami Beach and South Beach, you’ve seen the vivid and iconic lifeguard towers. With their vibrant color schemes and incomparable shapes, they’re impossible to miss. These towers have become a staple of identity and culture on Miami Beach.
Local south Florida architect William Lane first designed the iconic lifeguard towers in 1995 to replace the towers that were destroyed by Hurricane Andrew. And now 20 years later, the city of Miami has requested Lane to recreate his original construction as well as create a few new designs. Over 30 lifeguard towers will be replaced by one of Lane’s beautiful architectural creations. Lane is able to merge both art and architecture into his work.
ABOUT WILLIAM LANE
Lane is an award-winning architect who has encapsulated the culture, art, and history of Miami in his eye-catching designs. Le Club is proud to announce that we are partnering with the renowned and Miami local architect to create sustainable swim trunks with designs inspired by Lane’s captivating lifeguard towers.
With creative prints and designer fit, our swim trunks leave you looking and feeling good. Each piece is made from recycled materials to help reduce waste and promote sustainability.