Once again Miami Design 2019, has brought what’s new in design. A special design event gathering together designers, curators, interior designers, gallerists and critics from all over the world. Today, Trendbook shares with you the highlights from Miami Design 2019 edition.
1. Balenciaga Stuffed Clothes Couch
Created by the New Yorker base4d designer, Harry Nuriev has created a modern furniture piece, with the upcoming design trend for 2020. A sustainable designed sofa, composed from the discards of the trendy fashion brand Balenciaga.
A circular design trend has been made from materials used from Nuriev other projects.
2. Soft Pink Jungle at Miami Design District
Miami Design District chose Mexican Designer Fernando Laposse to embellish the design district with his pink sisal tassels and fun pinky hairy sloths hanging from ropes that visitors can see from bellow. A not-to-miss Contemporary Design installation.
3. A tribute to Amazon Forest – The Future Perfect
The Future Perfect was founded by David Alhadeff in 2003 as a platform for distinguished and emerging contemporary designers. At Miami Design 2019 these “Nalgona Chairs” by Chris Wolston, was presented as a tribute to South American nature. Another major 2020-2021 design trend, a blend between design and nature-inspired elements.
4. Trap, Tjips and Not My Problem – Southern Guild Gallery
A series of contemporary design cabinets showcased at Miami design week 2019. From Southern Guild Gallery, elevating South African Designers highlighted this series of “Trap, Tjips and Not My Problem” cabinets. A vivid expression allied to one of the big trends the season 2020-2021 in interior design, the tatcile design.
5. Flow Series Center Table – Todd Merrill Studio
Todd Merrill Studio’s dynamic, unique, and frequently groundbreaking pieces stand at the forefront of today’s highly coveted collectible art and design.
6. Speed Chairs – Moderne Gallery
The historical designer Paul Frank has been honored by these timeless Speed Chairs, from his own New York Apartment. This is a perfect example of how natural fibers, such as cork, are going to be back on trend for 2020-2021 season in interior design.
7. Bubble Chair – Galerie SCENE OUVERTE
These contemporary design pieces are a memoir to the ocean. Created by Lea Mestres and William Coggin, the Bumble armchair and the Coral light sculpture are a highlight for Miami design 2019.
8. Alaska Bench – Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Carpenters Workshop Gallery, with spaces in London, New York, Paris, and San Francisco, transcends the classical borders of art and design, offering a precise symbiosis at the intersection of these two universes.
9. Peacock Chair – Visionnaire
Designed by Marc Ange for the iconic furniture brand, Visionnaire. This statement piece is a true expression of the luxury minimal design. Made especially to be launched at Art Basel/ Design Miami.
Photos: credits to the owners.
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