Miami, which is already full of art and design, is even more bustling with the 12th edition of Design Miami, which occurs parallel to Art Basel. Miami Design District is giving all the details and, of course, shows all the news here.
See the Hot trends on furniture at the fair.
Sarah Myerscough gallery brings, among others, the beautiful bookcase Enigmun XVI piece of self-taught designer Joseph Walsh. Curves and volumes in the form of poetry!
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Cristina Grajales Gallery, the chairs signed by Betil Dagdelen parade geometric patterns in their gorgeous fabrics, all handmade. The console Stefan Bishop, forms and sculptural volumes, also stands out.
The ‘love’ table, designed by Vittorio Strigari And Lucas Orsatelli Of Lovertible, combines adaptability and minimalism, with a healthy dosage of love.
The designer Guillermo Parada has just been named designer of the year by Boom SP Design! In the photo, he poses next to his desk Marble vs Bronze, marble and bronze, presented at Friedman Benda.
Cultured magazine invited the artist Katie Stout and Gallery Diet to draw all the items of a quarter of dreams: from the furniture to the illustrations on the wall.
Design duo Fernando and Humberto Campana have created a collection of furniture that references the decorated leather clothing worn by Brazil’s 19th-century Cangaceiros bandits.
The Future Perfect
Still in Design Curio, more experimental part of Design Miami, the New York gallery The Future Perfect features on its maiden participation at Fragments installation, consisting of new works by Lex Pott, and Rachel and Nick Cope, the Calico Wallpaper.
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The Fendi launches six mobile incorporating the designs made by Guglielmo Ulrich to occupy the Palazzo della Civilta Italiana during the Universal Exhibition of 1942. The project, which never got off the ground because of World War II come to life in 2015.
Italian designer Antonio Aricò has created a set of small storage items for organising desks that can be arranged to look like a still-life painting