We are only a few weeks away from Miami Art Basel 2016, the most artistic week of the year in Miami, the biggest names of the contemporary scene will be there along with some promising new talent. This is the best opportunity to emerging artist from all over the world present their work. Today we will share with you some of the most innovative design exhibitors that you should visit at Design Miami / art Basel 2016 .
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Gallery Kreo will present Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec most recent work, the “chains” collection. This project has been developed or many year by the artistic brothers. Representing key aspects of their research, the work is composed from light chains made out of numerous links, which can be endlessly joined together to form falling drapes of bells. The “chains” collection is available in several colors, white plaster; anodized aluminum in azure blue, pale green or blond gold, or in glossy red ceramic.
Brussels-based design gallery Victor Hunt presents for the first time Tomas Alonso’s “contemporary salon” during the salon Art+Design fair in New York, and it will be reproduced at design Miami 2016.This project gold is achieve a timeless aesthetic of the best design leaders.Spanish designer Tomas combines an elegant functionality that transforms simple elements into contemporary design icons.
The “Vaalbeek Project” has totally reshaped the interiors and has boosted its objects in order to recuperate the glory of the historic property. His working method based on analyzing and deconstructing all elements that compose the space into its basic units.
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Written by Janet Morais