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Studio Glithero consists of British designer Tim Simpson and Dutch designer Sarah van Gameren, who met and studied at the Royal College of Art. From their studio in London they design time-based processes that give birth to unique and wonderful products, furniture, and installations.
Throughout the week, the ninth edition of Design Miami/ saw strong attendance, big sales, and captivating exhibitions. Visitors came from all over the world to view the best in 20th and 21st century collectible design, shown by an international roster of galleries.
Crane TV interviews Marianne Goebl, Director of Design Miami/, in this behind-the-scenes look at the fair, presented by Perrier-Jouët.
This year, three of the most prominent installations at Design Miami/ have something in common. While each one is quite different, they are all, to a greater or lesser extent, experiential and open to interpretation, leaving visitors to form their own perceptions and memories.
Yesterday, a group of designers, curators, gallerists, and distinguished guests gathered in the Grove, the lush garden of the W South Beach – who was a most gracious host – to celebrate the start of Design Miami/ 2013.
Studio Glithero’s installation Lost Time was unveiled in the chalk-lined cellars of Perrier-Jouët’s Maison Belle Epoque in Épernay, Champagne last week.
The eighth edition of Design Miami/ Basel was in many ways the momentous fair to date. Over 25,000 visitors explored Hall 1 Süd…
On Sunday evening, Design Miami/ Basel 2013 celebrated the opening of the fair with clinking glass and electric discussion. The welcome cocktail at the Volkshaus was a vibrant happening…
The amount of activity at Design Miami/ 2012 was truly astounding. More than 30,000 design collectors and enthusiasts visited Design Miami/ 2012…
Throughout the week at Design Miami/ 2012, collectors, designers, and a number of superstars came through the Collectors Lounge to discuss what they’d seen, talk shop, and relax with a glass or three of Perrier-Jouët. Regalia graciously hosted the lounge and Cassina furnished it with luxuriously comfortable seating.