Must-Sees at the 10th Edition of Design Miami

Swarovski commissioned architect Jeanne Gang to create an immersive experience in collaboration with filmmaker and nature photographer James Balog titled Thinning Ice. Photography by Steve Benisty.

Swarovski commissioned architect Jeanne Gang to create an immersive experience in collaboration with filmmaker and nature photographer James Balog titled Thinning Ice. Photography by Steve Benisty.

Porky Hefer’s Bettina Esca at the Southern Guild booth is inspired by the deep sea Angler Fish and explores Hefer’s continuous fascination for human-size birds’ nests.

Lindsey Adelman’s Catch floor lamp in machined brass and hand blown glass, LED bulb.

Lindsey Adelman’s Catch chandelier in machined brass and hand blown glass, LED bulb.

Lindsey Adelman’s Cherry Bomb in machined brass and hand blown glass with gold foil, LED bulb.

At R & Company, David Wiseman’s Collage rug in wool and silk, Delftware colorway. Manufactured by ABC Italia, Nepal 2014. Edition of 12, 3 APs.

At R & Company, David Wiseman’s Collage rug in wool and silk, Delftware colorway. Manufactured by ABC Italia, Nepal 2014. Edition of 12, 3 APs.

Shown at Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design , Dominic Harris’s ‘Ruffled’ in blackened aluminium, custom electronics and software, industrial LCD screen, and time of flight sensor.

Steven and William Ladd’s ‘Boys’ series at Cristina Grajales Gallery.

Steven and William Ladd’s ‘Boys’ series at Cristina Grajales Gallery.

An installation of architectural drawings by Tadao Ando, Lebbeus Woods, Lawrence Halprin, and Iakov Chernikhov at Edward Cella Art + Architecture. Photography by Nicolas Lobo.

Joseph Andre Motte’s pair of armhairs, 1967/1975, in foam fabric and tubular chromed metal at Demisch Danant’s booth. Image courtesy of Demisch Danant.

Savage Chair by Jay Sae Jung Oh, wrapped in leather cord, at Johnson Trading Gallery’s booth.

A Jean Prouvé daybed and Charlotte Perriand table at Galerie Patrick Seguin. Photography by James Harris.

The spare, chic lines of midcentury French designers at Paris's Galerie Pascal Cuisinier, notably a 1954 desk by André Monpoix. Photography by James Harris.

Paris's Galerie Jacques Lacoste is best known for scholarship on the work of the great designer Jean Royère, like the yellow chairs at far right. Photography by James Harris.

Galerie Kreo, the Paris dealer specializing in limited-edition contemporary design, is among the 11 founding galleries of Design/Miami, now celebrating its 10th year. Photography by James Harris.

Pierre Marie Giraud of Brussels specializes in contemporary decorative arts, and the offerings include a variety of media this year, including work in ceramics, increasingly seen at the fair. Photography by James Harris.

New York's Hostler Burrows focuses on Scandinavian and American design, and this year's booth includes the ceramic work of Kristina Riska. Photography by James Harris.

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