Janice Blackburn’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“My choice of two elegant chairs designed in the ’30s by the great Eileen Gray, might have something to do with seeing her recent retrospective exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris…”

Design Miami/ Basel 2013, Eileen Gray, Janice Blackburn

Jerome Sans’ Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“Emblematic of Jean Prouvé’s implementation of “constructive thinking”, the “Maison des jours meilleurs” is above all a true manifesto for the industrialisation of the construction process…”

Galerie Patrick Seguin, Jean Prouvé, Jerome Sans

Darryl Carter’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“All good art-as-furniture – that which is sensual and sculptural – would reside…”

Bae Sehwa, Darryl Carter, furniture, Gallery Seomi

Jürgen Mayer H.’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“It´s the real thing, and yet it holds back from us.”

Gabrielle Ammann, gabrielle ammann // gallery, Jürgen Mayer-H, Jürgen Mayer-Hermann, Nucleo

Juan Montoya’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“Giacometti’s work in marble is an inspiration…”

Juan Montoya

Charles Pavarini’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“I am drawn to the timelessness and vivid color of this starburst mirror…”

Charles Pavarini, Galerie Chastel-Maréchal, Line Vautrin, mirror

Murray Moss’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“The work which excites me the most is the Growth Chair by Mathias Bengtsson. A new icon of biomimicry, he employs several new process-driven technological breakthroughs…”

furniture, Galerie Maria Wettergren, Mathias Bengtsson, Murray Moss

Sam Botero’s Favorite Work from Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“What a WONDERFUL focal point for a room…”

Dokter and Misses, Sam Botero, Southern Guild

Andre Fu’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“I have always been intrigued with designs created in the mid-twentieth century…”

AFSO, Andre Fu, Greta Magnusson Grossman, R 20th Century Gallery

Hubertus Adam’s Favorite Work at Design Miami/ Basel 2013

“The writing desk that Finn Juhl designed in 1953 consists of different elements: a drop-leaf made of rosewood, a metal tube supporting structure and a suspended four drawer cabinet…”

Finn Juhl, Hubertus Adam, SAM, Swiss Architecture Museum