Design Miami/l 2016 is already a landmark in the art scenario that brings together collectors, galleries, designers, curators and critics.
This year the numbers are: 269 exhibitors from 29 countries, artworks by 4,000 artists and over 70,000 visitors during the fair’s 15th edition, starting on November 30, and ending at 6 p.m. on Sunday, December 4.
The art fair assemble the world’s top art galleries exhibitions and twenty-first century furniture, lighting and objets d’art.
Each exhibitor presents unique collaborations from emerging and established designers and architects. Happening alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, December is definitely one of the hottest months in the city.
Have a look in some of the most interesting art project that you should visit:
Chilean design and architecture studio gt2P (great things to people) has realized the ‘remolten’ series .Generated from a black porous, lightweight rock called ‘basaltic andesite’ found on active volcanic slopes across chile, the collection investigates the stone’s material properties
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Amsterdam-based design studio Formafantasma has created a variety of objects that draw references from Rome’s ancient ruins and museums, The Delta collection.
The Civilized Primitive is furniture collection by Kiki van Eijk is modelled on branches found in the forests surrounding the Dutch designer’s Eindhoven home.
SHoP architects will realize a monumental 3D printed installation at the entrance to this year’s upcoming fair.
Italian design collective Nucleo has continued to cast furniture in resin, this time containing a classic bentwood Thonet chair and other new pieces.
An interactive wave of tiles and a crystallophone are among the 2016 Swarovski Designers of the Future Award commissions.