Your Miami home stands as your sacred place, your happy spot after a long day full of chaos and stress. When you’re home, you share the perfect combination of luxury with the establishment of the finest comfort you could ever deserve. With that mindset, your Miami home must be surrounded with the most exquisite and bespoke pieces, that are perfectly capable of balancing comfort and sophistication. Home is where your heart is, and your heart couldn’t be more right than the fact that your home is a combination of elements, that when combined, show the most perfect settings. Without further ado, Miami Design Agenda is about to present the most sophisticated pieces inspired by moodboards from top designers!
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Sasha Bikoff’s aesthetic can be described as a combination between 18th Century French Rococo mixed with 1960s Space Age Modern, 1970s French Modernism, and 1980s Italian Memphis Milano – which she executes with colorful fabrics and rare antiques. It is a combination that highlights the best of the best from the coveted aesthetics of New York, the Hamptons, Miami, Palm Beach, and Palm Springs. Using a keen understanding of design and culture, Sasha Bikoff is surely a bright star in the interior design universe. In the Moodboard, the piece that perfectly defines this designer’s identity is the Fitzroy Modern Sofa by BRABBU, an outstanding mountain-shaped sofa, that is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass.
Founded by Richard Petit and Stephen Hunt in 2002, The Archers is a team of designers, architects, artists, and cinephiles based in Los Angeles, California. The studio’s work comprises buildings, interiors, and furnishings for private homes and public spaces. In this Moodboard you’ll find incredible pieces, like the Lallan Center Table, that combines four different materials and finishes, such as palisander wood veneer, black lacquer, polished brass, and antique brass.
Francis Sultana is a guru of design. His work is recognizable for the level of uniqueness. Francis distinguishes his work on the use of limited edition pieces and one of a kind art deco objects. Francis Sultana is the go-to interior designer for international collectors, many of whom have major contemporary art and design collections. Loved for his unique ability to merge the residential requirements of a domestic space with often large scale visual art, sculpture, and installation pieces, his studio is working on projects from the UK and across Europe, the US, and Russia. This Moodboard features some amazing pieces that could work in a Francis Sultana environment like the Bonsai Dining Table, a manually produced item from wood with an irregular surface finish and a unique faceted form.
Based in London, Kelly Hoppen is clearly an icon and one of the most celebrated interior designers in the world. With a differentiating signature style and over 40 years of experience, the interior designer is known for the idea of giving the most personalized and proper interiors for the client’s lifestyle. She is known for her neutral palette in her projects and in this Moodboard you can see just that! Some of the products highlighted include the stunning Eden Side Table, that’s fully made of polished casted brass, with a delicately engraved top exposing the heart of a tree to the very heart of a home.
Born in Oviedo, Spain, but living in Italy Patricia Urquiola is a famous interior designer, architect, and designer. She is known internationally thanks to her great designs that are suitable for so many projects. She also works a lot with known furniture companies such as Molteni or Boffi. Urquiola’s work is widely known to be playful and poetic, yet pragmatic and functional, a creative combination that is the magic behind her work. She comes and goes through conventional time – rethinking, reinventing, and creating new. The effect is a powerful reminder of the past and exploration into the now, always creating a new experience for the user. In this living room Moodboard, we highlight the use of the Sherwood piece, a rectangular coffee table with a base in wood with black lacquer and a top in glossy walnut root veneer with gold leaf frame.
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