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Eight Books on Great Women Designers

Throughout the years, Design Miami/ has presented the work of some of the most influential (and promising) female designers, and it will be no different come this December. So, here’s some reading material that will acquaint you with design’s leading women…

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Contemporary Glass at Design Miami/ 2012

Glass is an ancient medium with roots dating back over five thousand years. Long loved for its amorphousness and varying transparent qualities, glass has been a cornerstone of design used in architecture, objects, and on its own throughout human history.

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Ritsue Mishima at Pierre Marie Giraud

After a brief summer hiatus, Pierre Marie Giraud stuns us yet again with Illumination, a beautiful solo show of Japanese glassmaker Ritsue Mishima. Mishima began her career as a stylist for various advertising firms, finally moving to Venice in the late 1980s to dedicate herself to working with glass.

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