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Miami design week is over but with it we have come to the best trends in the world of design and art. Despite the attention on the art exhibitors, the irreverence of furniture design has one of the highest points of the fair.
Miami Design Agenda could noticed that the last few years the mid-century French and vintage furniture were dominating but the public wants more experimental pieces.
“Times are crazy,” said Juan Garcia Mosqueda of New York gallery Chamber. “No-one wants to play it safe anymore.”
“Apocalyptic times call for extreme furniture,” said the New York designer Misha Kahn, presented by Friedman Benda gallery.
Misha Kahn’s Scrappy Cabinet for the Friedman Benda gallery at Design Miami 2016.One of the most talked-about piece was Scrappy Cabinet, a sideboard produced from trash by young New York designer Misha Kahn.
Azuma Makoto’s botanical sofa for the Chamber gallery.
Gaetano Pesce’s cabinets are among the most charming pieces in the whole of the fair.
Oversize pendant lights by Frida Fjellman for Hostler Burrows at Design Miami
Niek Pulles’s Spiky Foam chairs for the Chamber gallery at Design Miami