Long story short: The Bacardi family is originally from Cuba, and like many other families, they fled the country after Fidel Castro's revolution in the late 1950's, settling in Miami, FL.
One building is an eight-story tower (designed by Architect Enrique Gutierrez) features a white and blue Spanish mural (created by Francisco Brennand of Recife). The murals are made of 28,000 hand-painted, glazed and baked tiles measuring 6"x6" and are surrounded by a marble border. This has been home to Bacardi since they built it in 1963.
The second building was constructed in 1973 (created by Architect Ignacio Carerra-Justiz). It's a modern square building raised 47 feet off the ground around a central core. It features four huge walls made up of 1" thick chunks of hammered glass mural tapestries. It is built to withstand hurricane winds.
(Physical address: 2100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL.)