Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Design Miami/ expands geographic and creative horizons for 2015 edition

Design Miami/ expands geographic and creative horizons for 2015 edition 
Design Miami/ welcomes first-time galleries from São Paulo, Rome, London, New York, Brussels and Beijing

Annual pavilion commission awarded to student team from Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Fair’s engagement with graphic arts continues with 2015 fair identity from French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan 

September 2015: This December 2-6, the ongoing evolution of Design Miami/ will see a number of exciting ‘firsts’ for the fair alongside the maturation of its core relationships and initiatives.

The abiding strength of interest in design from Brazil is marked by the inaugural participation of Firma Casa from São Paulo. Design Miami’s dedication to supporting young and emerging design talent takes a new turn as the fair partners with Harvard University Graduate School of Design (Harvard GSD) on a unique pavilion commission. Following the attention garnered by the dedicated watch satellites at Design Miami/ Basel this summer, the December 2015 fair will for the first time host a horological exhibitor in the gallery program. The joie de vivre associated with the fair’s graphic identity in recent editions will be given fresh verve by the celebrated French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan. The Design Curio program for special projects that challenge and contextualize collectible design will return for its second Miami edition. 

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