Saturday, December 4, 2010


Design Miami, which runs through December 5th, kick started Art Basel Miami Beach week last night with a  display of modern and contemporary furniture, lighting, jewelry, and design objects from dealers from around the world. The fair, which is known as “the global forum for design”  showcases exceptional design objects from the advent of Modernism to the present day, as well as fine antiques.
Below is a selection of interesting and unusual furniture by a few galleries that are exhibiting at the show.
Erosion Low Table by Joseph Walsh at Todd Merrill

Broken Cubes II By Maria Pergay at Demisch Danant

Concrete Chandelier By Drift Design at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Shelf By Sebastian Errazuriz at Cristina Grajales

Tephra Formations By Robert Stadler at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Steam 11 By Se Hwa Bae at Gallery Seomi

Long Chair KARBON by Konstantin Grcic for Galerie Kreo

Jack Rodgers Hopkins, Custom Lounge Chair, Mahogany Wood

Images from the show (Miami New Times):

Perimeter Art & Design

Is Furniture Art?
Click on the link below to view Plum TV's Mark Ellwood at Design Miami 2010 posing the question: 
Is furniture really art? 

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