Florida Design – Digital Edition Volume 26-4

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United States
Palm Beach Media Group North LLC
4 Issues

in this issue

1 min
south florida design park

Furnishings | Textiles | Lighting | Carpets | Kitchen & Bath SOUTH FLORIDA DESIGN PARK IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE DESTINATIONS FOR Architects, Interior Design trade professionals, and design enthusiasts. The South Florida Design Park, located centrally between Palm Beach and Miami in the city of Hollywood, facing I-95, is a growing district where you will find exclusive home furnishings and all design related needs for your home. The various showrooms located within the South Florida Design Park are of some of the most unique and luxurious places to shop in Florida. The showrooms cater to the trade professional and are dedicated to providing excellent customer service with easy, convenient parking at each location. We are here to help with all your design needs whether it be for Home, Yacht, Aviation…

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publisher’s message

THIS IS THE SEASON WHEN Florida is brimming with cultural activities that draw the world’s most affluent people to our international art and boat shows. Florida’s perfect winter weather and a myriad of “must-see” events are hard to beat. In this issue of Florida Design, we offer a review of the Miami art scene, including Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami/ and Art Miami, as global art connoisseurs and collectors, celebrities and designers alike, descend upon Miami throughout December. Then in the new year, the top art, jewelry and antique shows in Palm Beach attract tens of thousands of collectors, curators, investors and designers to our sunny shores. We trust that Florida Design and floridadesign.com will be the perfect accompaniment during this busy winter season.…

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editor’s message

OFTENTIMES, DESIGN TEAMS and clients mix together an array of elements to create refined yet casual settings that work with tropical, modern, contemporary and even classic motifs. Collaborating on an exquisite 15,000-square-foot classic estate in Palm Beach, interior designer Frank de Biasi worked with the homeowners to create an adventurous scheme. By pairing Mediterranean, Moorish and Mizner styles with vibrant colors and diverse furnishings, the result is the couple’s fantasy home on a private beach that captures the true essence of the “Glory Days.” When one couple decided to build the home of their dreams in Key Biscayne, they turned to architect and designer Jaya Kader. Modern architecture and design enthusiasts, the young owners played an active part in the planning of their new, environmentally conscious home. Natural lighting defines each space,…

2 min
news & reviews

kelly behun Interior designer Kelly Behun collaborated with retailer Barneys New York to create a home collection that expresses her bold, graphic design aesthetic. www.barneys.comwww.kellybehun.com downtown chic Contemporary and fearless, Downtown’s “X Chandelier” is a versatile, oversized statement piece defined by perforated metal and aged brass. 310/652-7461 pull up a posh chair In Versace’s decadent signature style, a pair of “La Coupe des Dieux” chairs shine with a gold metal frame, lustrous leather seat and printed silk upholstered back. www.ver.comsace.com ligne roset Ligne Roset’s “Ploum” sofa by award-winning design brothers Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec, accommodates your every stance while keeping you sitting pretty. 305/576-4662 from the hip New from Vendome Press, Made to Measure: Meyer Davis Architecture and Interiors, is a visually rich, first compilation of designers Will Meyer and Gray Davis’ award-winning body of work — the epitomy…

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miami’s art scene 2016

Miami’s contemporary international art scene exploded with color when nearly 80,000 art enthusiasts and collectors recently converged on the city for Miami Art Week. Over 20 unique contemporary art fairs including ArtSpot Miami, Art Miami, NADA, Design Miami and PULSE presented exhibits in South Beach, the Wynwood Arts District, Miami Convention Center, and other locations throughout the city. Art Concept, a new fair from Next Level Fairs, organized by David and Lee Ann Lester, debuted in Bayfront Park on 32 acres. Exhibitions of paintings, sculpture, drawings, installations and photographs inspired novice art collectors and aficianados alike. Event highlights included Art Miami’s private VIP party which was held to benefit the Pérez Art Museum THIS GLOBAL CELEBRATION OF EMERGING AND ESTABLISHED ARTISTS FROM RENOWNED GALLERIES FOCUSED ON CURRENT TRENDS IN SCULPTURE, PAINTING,…

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design miami/

More than a marketplace for design, this year’s Design Miami/ is a new challenge and a new canvas for exploring the innovations and issues of the global design community. Annual shows, during the winter in Miami, Fla., and again in Basel, Switzerland during the summer, bring together select designers and international galleries at a premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design. From Nov. 30 – Dec. 4, 2016, this unique show — which runs concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach — hits the heart of the Magic City with furniture that focuses on functional expression and artistic narrative. For additional information, call 305/572-0866 or visit www.designmiami.com…