Situated in the heart of South Beach, The Temple House is one of the most iconic Art Deco properties in the Eastern U.S..  Designed by internationally recognized L. Murray Dixon, one of the most prominent and prolific Art Deco architects, Dixon (1901-1949) was responsible for designing such important properties as The Tides, The Victor, The Raleigh, The Marlins, The Regent, The Tudor, The Senator and The Ritz Plaza Hotels.

In addition to serving as the backdrop for multiple TV shows and feature films, the façade of Temple House is routinely photographed by visitors of this important structure. The Temple House has served a pivotal role in events and productions for locals and celebrities alike and has been seen over 800 million times in various films, photo and video productions.