Micheal Young’s MY Collection combines traditional Chinese patterns with digital techniques for Gallery ALL at DesignMiami/ Basel.
A ribbon-like sculpture taking olive wood to the extreme, an installation inspired by Brazilian urban birds’ architectural ‘woven’ nests and more. Design Miami/ Basel 2019 focuses on how designers can help to shape a more sustainable future.
Petals, stems and buds from the excess accumulated by florists create exquisite patterns in Marcin Rusak’s Perma bespoke furniture.
Copper and gold vessels mirroring dysfunctional relationships, furniture made with discarded flowers, a re-interpreted windowless office for Russian interns and Walt Disney’s 1930’s animation studios. 12 out-of-the-box designs at DesignMiami 2018, starting from an installation supporting immigrants’ families divided at the US-Mexico Border.
Cutting edge robotic printing, Shaker furniture, Space Age and Desert Modernism. DesignMiami/ 2017 is bigger in size… and less flamboyant. Did the fair sober up from last year’s extravaganza?
Swarovski Designers of the Future Award 2017: at Design Miami/ Basel emerging designers apply cutting-edge technologies to crystal.
Arik Levy, Ivanka, gt2P and more launch a new trend for unbreakable design in Miami. Heavy to lift, comfortable to sit on and great to look at.
At DesignMiami/, New York City gallery Friedman Benda previewed 2017 solo exhibitions with Asymmetrical Symmetry: two parallel design settings juxtaposing frenzy mood with sober style, non-traditional materials with natural ingredients.
DesignMiami/ 2016: a 3d-printed wooden pavilion, spiky foam chairs and a delicatessen theatre. Make sure not to miss these 7 exhibitions and installations on show in the so-called Magic City.
DesignMiami/ 2016 kicked off. We selected ten unexpected creatures on show: from Nordic leprechauns to golden mammoth skeletons but also funky African monsters and in-wonderland cabinets.
New pictures released by Rem Koolhaas/OMA allow to walk through the almost complete construction site of Faena Arts Center in Miami Beach.
Black Gold design collection by Quintus Kropholler explores the unconventional beauty of asphalt and refers to the doom of petrol-driven society.
ArchiPanic picks three great installations at Miami art and design week designed by students of Harvard GSD, Fernando Romero for Swarovski and Snarkitecture.
In Miami, emerging talents animate AirBnb installation designed by Design with Company and conceived as a Classical Greek square to connect people.
ArchiPanic met Milan gallerist Rossella Colombari who brings the flavour of a Gio Ponti designed villa in Caracas and the heritage of Italian design to the open minded melting pot of DesignMiami/.
Poets and warriors from ancient Japan inspire mobile tea rooms by Kengo Kuma.
Dean & DeLuca presents the surrealistic CHEESE installation by Charlap Hyman & Andre Herrero who paid homage to the history of the iconic foodstore in NYC.
South African designers Porky Hefer created hanging seatings inspired by marine creatures. The series supports local makers with an environmental message.
ArchiPanic’s preview of Miami Art & Design week focuses on some of the most impressive Latin American designs, installations and parties in the so called Magic City.
The adventures and the style of heroic Brazilian bandits inspired Cangaço, a traditionally crafted design collection by Humberto and Fernando Campana.
With the Dance Construction installation, artist Amanda Season Keeley explores the links between architecture and dance.
With the Body Building collection of anti-gym furniture Secondome trains the eye to celebrate “the cult and obsession of the body”.
At Miami Art Basel, Moroso and Marina Abramovic strengthened their collaboration with performances featuring design projects by Daniel Libeskind and presented a “Portal” chair by Patricia Urquiola.
At DesignMiami/2014, the Bass Museum of Art celebrates the work and persona of flamboyant architect and designer Peter Marino with a solo exhibition that cross-pollinates fashion, art and design.
At DesignMiami/ 2014, Chamber Gallery & Pin Up Magazine challenged the sweet tooth of Victor & Rolf, Alessandro Mendini, Studio Job and other estabilished designers who created bespoke cakes.
At DesignMiami/ 2014, Perrier-Jouët installation by mischer’traxler featured a mechanical garden that bloomed when you moved away from it and botanical patterns that blossomed from mirrors to the walls as soon as you turned away.
At DesignMiami/, Maarten de Ceulaer presented the Grids series, a cyborg-like surface of light made with a wavy wood plank featuring wireless LEDs-circuit technology.
Forget gingerbread houses… Driven by an artsy sweet tooth, Caitlin Levin and Henry Hargreaves baked, sugar-coated and modeled the architecture of some of the most iconic art museums.