The Top 10 Highlights of Design Miami 2016

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At Design Miami, Misha Kahn’s cabinet of beach glass, woven grass and assorted bits of refuse, at Friedman Benda.


R & Company’s booth included the Haas Brothers’ Young Willing and Table, of hand-carved walnut with matching (and equally whimiscally-named) benches and stools, along with the brothers’ Accretion ceramics and animal sculptures, under an illuminated sculpture by Jeff Zimmerman.


Shown here, pieces from the Dutch designer Arnout Meijer’s “One Point Perspective” series of light sculptures at Victor Hunt Designart Dealer. Photo: Lee Wei Swee.


Perrier-Jouët’s booth housed “Strand Garden,” an installation by Andrew Kudless featuring oak veneer columns and a Champagne bucket made of 3-D printed Chardonnay grape skins.


At The Future Perfect, Michael Anastassiades’s Triple Loop Suspension Series lights are joined by Lex Pott’s marble Red and White Side Table, John Hogan’s glass sculpture “Mane,” and Christopher Stuart’s polished-bronze sculpture “Glitch 1.”


Airbnb’s installation “Sobremesa,” designed by the Mexico City studio Pedro&Juana, celebrates the act of gathering around a table with friends and family. Photo: James Harris


Gaetano Pesce’s Puglia Cabinet is flanked by his Tree Vases at Salon 94’s booth.


At Cristina Grajales, Betil Dagdalen’s Alloy Bench stands on a rug made of woven green and black copper and aluminum by Hechizoo.


Philippe Malouin’s Speed of Light was commissioned as a holiday installation for the Miami Design District. Photo: Robin Hill.


At the exhibition “British Craft: The Miami Edit,” Nicola Tassie’s “Viewpoint” is an assemblage of ceramic vessels with an incised pattern that is meant to be read in two dimensions. Photo: Andrew Deem.