Design Miami update: New York's Moss Gallery has sent us images of specially commissioned pieces shown at Design Miami.
The collection includes new pieces commissioned by Murray Moss - who is perhaps the most influential design retailer in the world - from young Dutch designer Maarten Baas and legendary Memphis member Michele De Lucchi, which we are showing here.
Baas also produced a dining table (above) as an addition to his Clay series of furniture, which he first showed in during the furniture fair in Milan earlier this year.
The seven-legged, black-painted chair is made of synthetic clay, hand-modeled over a steel framework. The one-off sold for $31,000, a record for a piece by Baas.
De Lucchi presented a number of hand-carved wooden models of imaginary houses from his Walls & Heroic Sculptures series, which the Italian architect/designer describes as "experimental architectural studies" (below).
(Update: see more from the Moss show at Design Miami here)
- Carl Hansen & Søn delves into its arc…hives for Colonial furniture collection
- Konstantin Grcic's first design for Ar…tek is a circular birch swivel chair
- Kelly Marklove at New Designers
- Voltage by Iris van Herpen with Neri O…xman and Julia Koerner
- The Superstitious Fund by Shing Tat Ch…ung
- Jasper Morrison curates exhibition chr…onicling 80 years of Molteni design collaborations
- Alter Ego by Studio Job
- IE-tag by Naruse Inokuma Architects
- Strato Cruiser airship concept by Tino… Schaedler and Michael J Brown
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