Design Miami/ Basel 2015

June 15 - 21

In its 10th year Design Miami/ Basel celebrates the world’s most iconic
designers while providing a platform for the sector’s newest talent
In a continuation of its 10th Anniversary celebrations, Design Miami/ Basel brings
together 45 of the world’s leading design galleries, including 12 of its founding members and a number of newcomers to the fair. The museum-quality exhibitions include iconic designers from the 20th century alongside contemporary designers being exhibited at the fair for the first time.

Design Galleries
ammann//gallery
Antonella Villanova
Armel Soyer
Art Factum Gallery
Caroline Van Hoek
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Carwan Gallery
Cristina Grajales Gallery
Dansk Mobelkunst Gallery
Demisch Danant
Elisabetta Cipriani
Erastudio & Apartment Gallery
Franck Laigneau
Friedman Benda
Galerie Eric Philippe
Galerie Jacques Lacoste
Galerie kreo
Galerie Maria Wettergren
Galerie Matthieu Richard
Galerie Pascal Cuisinier
Galerie Patrick Seguin
Galerie VIVID
Galleri Feldt
Galleria O.
Galleria Rossella Colombari
Gallery ALL
Gallery FUMI
Gallery SEOMI
Hostler Burrows
Jousse Entreprise
LAFFANOUR - Galerie
Downtown
Louisa Guinness Gallery
Magen H Gallery
Marc Heiremans
Moderne Gallery
Nilufar Gallery
Ornamentum
Patrick Parrish Gallery
Pierre Marie Giraud
Priveekollektie
R & Company
Sarah Myerscough Gallery
Southern Guild
Thomas Fritsch - ARTRIUM
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer

Swarovski Designers of
the Future award: Tomás Alonso and Studio Swine, both based in London, and Elaine
Yan Ling Ng from Hong Kong

Design Curios
The fully immersive Design Curio booths punctuate the main exhibition hall of the fair, acting as spaces in which to focus on projects, ideas, and design-related phenomena not traditionally found in the gallery program.
Curios in Basel include:
Andy Coolquitt’s Guatemala City-inspired domestic tableau
Igor Krestovsky for Soviet housecommunes
Max Lamb’s engineered marble, Marmoreal
Sibylle Stœckli presented by Artsy

Design at large
As author of some of the world’s most iconic and storied hotels, André Balazs has established a formidable reputation as an innovator and curator. An early collector
of architecture and a great proponent of design, Balazs has collaborated with incredible talent over the years to create these environments. He remains a trailblazer as a collector, creator and collaborator, and was therefore considered the perfect helmsman for this year’s Design at Large program.
Within Balazs’ architectural focus, Design at Large presents a prefabricated filling station designed by Jean Prouvé; a nomadic folly imagined by Edouard François;
Shigeru Ban’s elegant and light-infused paper teahouse; and a sculptural troglodyte pool house created by Atelier Van Lieshout, amongst other structures installed in the 2000 square meter Herzog & de Meuron designed Event Hall. The structures selected for Balazs’ edition of Design at Large follow themes of demountability, modularity and environmental awareness, offering perfect examples of a growing interest in the development of manufactured, reusable, customizable and sustainable buildings.

Photos by James Harris