We will definitely miss Design Miami/ 2018 and all the eye-opening discoveries we made while exploring it. Now it is time to remember the best of this renowned art exhibition in this year’s edition while we wait for next year to come.
Gallery ALL was one of the stars of the show. From the Michael Young‘s contemporary tables and vases to the rock-like furniture by Hongjie Yang, every single art piece left us craving for more.
Zhipeng Tan, Ma Yansong and Zhoujie Zhang charmed everyone with their delicate and sophisticated golden artworks.
On the other side, Haoyu Wu and Aranda\Lasch focused on the purity of white forms.
The dark side in Gallery ALL‘s booth was ruled by the powerful Dragon by Chulan Kwak.
However, we can’t forget about Jean-Luc Le Mounier‘s breathtaking exclusive the design: the Papillon cabinet. It was definetly one of the crown jewels of Todd Merrill Studio‘s exhibition with its sublime delicacy.
One of the few art pieces capable of competing in beauty with Jean-Luc Le Mounier’s creation is Eques by Dominick Leuci, another treasure from Todd Merrill Studio.
Etage Projects also took our breath away by showcasing an incredible glass vase that looks like it’s made of water or ice with the structure of a mountain.
Showing us the true meaning of luxury, the Kasmin Gallery brought the celebrated Mattia Bonetti to the center of the stage again with his red velvet armchairs.
Keeping the golden luxury concept, we couldn’t let the Kelly Lamb Studio‘s showcased by R and Company slip away.
The famous Ribbon Cluster by Jeff Zimmerman represented fragility and created balance in an otherwise extremely sturdy booth by R and Company.
Now, with all these creative designs in mind, it is, unfortunately, time so say “goodbye” to Design Miami/ 2018. However, there is not a moment to waste, since many other extraordinary art showcases are approaching. Don’t miss your chance to see them and stay with us for more exciting news about the art and design world.
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