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Highlighting the Major Exhibitions from Design Miami/ 2016Monday 5 December 2016
Following the end of this year’s edition of the leading venue, Design Miami/2016, we have decided to highlight some the best exhibitions, ranging from artistic creations to wonderfully crafted furniture. Displaying a new style, here are the best moments of the event.
This astounding installation of a series of ceramic pieces is entitled Viewpoint and was created by Nicola Tassie. Each piece has two-dimensional interpretations due to its incised pattern.
Deeply rooted in Mexican culture, Sobremesa is a design collaboration between Mexican-based studio Pedro & Juana and Airbnb. This interactive installation was created having in mind the casual gatherings with family and friends that happen around a dining table.
Related Article: Design Miami – Sobremesa by Pedro&Juana and Airbnb
Louis Vuitton’s Fur Cocoon Chair was designed by Fernando and Humberto Campana which is made from vacuum molded fiberglass and padded with lambskin.
Installed at the Friedman Benta booth, this mannered cabinet was developed by Misha Kahn and its main components are beach glass and woven grass.
This clustered design courtesy by Maria Pergay features two of her signature wave benches, lower positioned silver chairs, and a diverse range of tables. The french designer is known for her industrial work with stainless steel.
The following project was developed by New York Gourmet and purveyors of fine food, Dean & DeLuca and German architect, Ole Schreen, which is led by authority and creativity and is entitled STAGE, a unique food retail concept.
These lighting sculptures were designed by Arnout Meijer and were presented by Victor Hunt Designart Dealer. They display geometric proportions and LED points.
The Future Perfect booth featured Michael Anastassiades’s Triple Loop Suspension Series lights, alongside a marble red and white side table which were designed by Lex Pott. It also displays a glass sculpture, dubbed as Mane by John Hogan and a bronze polished sculpture, entitled Glitch 1 by Christopher Stuart, among many other artistic pieces.
Demonstrating a positive environment, Salon 94 featured many colourful cabinets, such as the Puglia cabinet which was bordered by tree vases and designed by Gaetano Pesce.
Belonging to Perrier-Jouët’s booth, this installation was designed by Andrew Kuddles and entitled Strand Garden. It features oak veneer columns which are holding a 3-D champagne bucket.
Designed by the Haas brothers, this humoristic piece consists of furry Mini Beasts and were a part of the R & Company booth.
Crafted in wood and glass, the Abyss Round Table represents the depths of the ocean and was created by Christopher Duffy and Sarah Myerscough Gallery.
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