Design Miami has ended and it has certainly left us wanting for more, but just in case you want to reminisce everything that left you amazed in there, I Lobo You has compiled what we personally find to be the best collectible gems for the eyes, hearts, and creativity of our beloved readers.
Campana Brothers – Cocoon Swing Chair
This year, the design fair counted with the presence of Louis Vuitton and a slight upgrade to its Objets Nomades collection, with three new pieces presented alongside the rest of the amazing collection. These three new gems are a result of iconic joined forces by international designers such as Campana Brothers, India Mahdavi, Patricia Urquiola, Barber & Osgerby and André Fu.
Many art galleries and artists were present in this enormous art exhibition to do the wonders of anyone that step foot inside of this design event. Design Miami is the place for the best of the best in the world, where remarkable and undoubtedly talented contemporary artists enthusiastically showcase their work.
The Kasmin Gallery was no exception with its amazing Mattia Bonetti‘s contemporary work.
Another art gallery that at Design Miami did the wonders of those that have an undying love for craftsmanship and creative design was the Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
Still Wonder – Verhoeven Twins
Domestikator Lamp – Atelier Van Lieshout
The Friedman Benda Gallery also made sure that the design event‘s visitors got the most exclusive experience ever whilst getting mesmerized by their amazing pieces.
Presented at this year’s Design Miami fair by New York gallery Friedman Benda, the Kaws and Campana Brothers collaboration includes two armchairs and a sofa with seats and backs made from soft toys. Even Pharrell Williams couldn’t resist this masterpiece!
Gallery ALL also brought the finest design pieces that Asia has to offer. Focusing on exclusivity and uniqueness, the art gallery compiled many exciting works from their most glorious collection.
“TanTan SideTable” (2018) by Zhipeng Tan
This year, Todd Merril Studio introduced new collections of sculptural furniture, lighting, and vessels.