Design Miami/Art Basel 2016 celebrated its 11th edition, from 1st to 4th December at Miami Beach. The worldwide trade show presented 46 galleries with astonishing projects from renown artists and from emergent designers. The event is an international meeting point for everyone who loves design, for professionals of the field and to inspire yourself, giving you the tools you need to perform stunning refurbishments and projects.
The galleries invited to exhibit in Design Miami/Art Basel 2016 are well known for their exceptional objects and handcraft abilities, dealing mainly with design objects from the advent of Modernism to the present day.
This amazing set of ceramic pieces is titled Viewpoint and it was created by Nicola Tassie. Each piece has two-dimensional interpretations due to its incised pattern.
The design studio Formafantasma based in Amsterdam has produced a range of objects, which were hosted at Privato Romano Interno gallery, reflecting Rome’s ancient ruins, museums, and culture.
Hypetex has worked with the architect’s product design studio, Zaha Hadid Design, to replicate the form of the original plastic Kuki chair in carbon fiber.
“The strength and lightness of the Hypetex material lend itself perfectly to Zaha Hadid’s imaginative designs, and the Kuki is another stunning piece of design that reminds us of Zaha’s brilliance,” said Marc Cohen, CEO of Hypetex.
Fernando and Humberto Campana designed Cocoon Chair, which is made from vacuum molded fiberglass and upholstered with lambskin, to integrate the new collection Objets Nomades from Louis Vuitton.
Maria Pergay has featured two of her signature wave benches, lower positioned silver chairs, and a wide range of tables. This french designer is well-known for her industrial work with stainless steel.
The Future Perfect exhibition booth presented Michael Anastassiades’s Suspension light collection called Triple Loop Suspension Series, along with a marble red and white side table, designed by Lex Pott. It also displays a glass sculpture, nicknamed as Mane by John Hogan and a bronze polished sculpture, entitled Glitch 1 by Christopher Stuart, as well as many other masterpieces.
Featuring and providing a positive environment, Salon 94 has presented numerous colorful cabinets, including the Puglia cabinet which was surrounded by tree vases and it was designed by Gaetano Pesce.
The lighting sculptures below were designed by Arnout Meijer and were presented at Victor Hunt Designart Dealer’s booth. These lamps display geometric proportions and stunning LED points.
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