7 Bespoke Artworks You Can’t Miss In Design Miami 2018 – This year, the event will take place from 5-9 December 2018 in Miami and seeks to celebrate interior design, culture and commerce. Find out more here!
Design Miami 2018 will bring together the most influential collections, gallerists, designers, curators and critics in a highly creative and business-positive atmosphere. In a place full of bespoke masterpieces, here are Miami Design Agenda top 7 art pieces that you need to see in this incredible design event:
The Hong Kong-based British designer, Michael Young, inspiration, for his MY Collection of polished stainless-steel and enamel furniture, came from the cloisonné-enamel jewelry techniques as well as the patterns created by oil on water.
Jean Royère was arguably one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. While most collectors are familiar with his plump, snuggly Ours Polaire armchair and sofa, as well as his slender metal lamps and table bases, fewer have seen a piece like his Coin du report pour l’hiver sofa (sofa for a winter’s nook), but they can see is now in Miami Design event.
In the new talents brought to this year edition, we can find Sang Hoon Kim, a designer from South Korea who studied at the Cranbrook Academy of Art and is now making furniture entirely out of memory foam.
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This London-based Faye Toogood is well-known for producing primal, pared-down furniture using simple geometries and a limited material palette. At Design Miami, this art gallery will present bespoke master artworks like the Roly-Poly Chair / Water, a visually light chair made from heavyweight lithium-barium crystal.
The Haas Brothers have been making waves in contemporary-art and design circles for years and their solo exhibition called “Ferngully” opened on the December 5 at the Bass contemporary art museum until April 21, 2019. Their latest monstrous creation, Bathy Bates, a freestanding tub of hand-carved Pele de Tigre marble, will be given pride of place in R & Company’s booth at the event.
Since establishing his New York studio last year, Brecht Wright Gander has been making a name for himself with furniture and objects that live between the sculptural and the provocative. The Todd Merrill brought his work to the design event in Miami!
In their exhibition space, you can find a monumental new piece by the Finnish ceramist Kristina Riska. She has been testing the limits of her chosen medium since the 1980s but recently had the opportunity to try her hand at even bigger things.