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Design Miami/ Basel opens next week with an exciting Gallery program that balances contemporary practice at its most cutting edge, with strong historic works by some of the world’s leading designers and craft ateliers. More than 50 galleries from 13 different countries will participate in this year’s fair. Here is a look at this June’s Gallery…
Play: Stuart Haygarth
February 8 – May 10, 2014
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s exhibition presents part of a new series of pieces entitled Play by designer Stuart Haygarth, marking a new direction in his work. Reconfiguring toys and games provides the basis for an exploration of how playing is an integral part of the creative process. Three tables…
The aesthetic tensions and convergences between old and new technology continues to fascinate designers, and increasingly, there’s a melding of the two paradigms in the world of collectible design.
Johanna Grawunder is a designer and architect based in Milan, Italy and San Francisco. Her studio works on a broad range of projects, including architecture and interiors, custom installation commissions, limited edition furniture and lights (represented by Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris and London ) and product design including exclusive lights for FLOS and collections for…
Every article of design has its story. The works present at Design Miami/ Basel 2013 weave fascinating narratives; they spring from all corners of the globe and span both centuries and custodial personalities. The provenance of the design works – who commissioned them and the lineage of ownership – imbues every work with a special quality.
In what is perhaps the most elaborately constructed “booth” ever executed at Design Miami/ Basel, Carpenters Workshop Gallery and Steinitz Gallery have come together to create a daring immersive environment that dovetails contemporary pieces with works of antiquity.
For its eighth edition, Design Miami/ Basel returns with an enhanced gallery selection, showing museum-quality works spanning five centuries of design. See the complete list of Design Galleries and Design On/Site Programs as well as some preview shots of the pieces to be shown.