Designer showrooms share quarters with business offices in this 18-square block center for home-furnishing designs. In addition to showrooms, you’ll find art galleries, photography studios, antique shops, restaurants, cafés and hip clubs. South of the Design District is Wynwood, which has evolved into a new art neighborhood, where the city’s most cutting-edge art is being created. To the north of the Design District is the MiMo District with new shops and restaurants between 34th and 77th streets on Biscayne Boulevard. Bright, multi-colored, neon signs adorn 1950s-’60s architecture built in the Miami Modern style. As you drive down Biscayne Boulevard, look for the original sign of the Coppertone Girl with her dog, an iconic representation of late 1950s American advertising and Miami Pop Art.