DESIGN MIAMI/, BASEL 2018 —Ala Champ
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On The Outskirts Of Central Tokyo Discover True Wellness, And A Spectacular Infinity Pool

Serpentine Pavilion 2022

Artist Theaster Gates Designs the 21st Pavilion


Argentinian-Australian Designer Alexander Lotersztain's Ode to Brutalism

Serpentine Pavilions 2000-2021

A Champ Online Retrospective Of Two Decades of The Radical Architectural Event


The Art Gallery of South Australia Presents Japan's Avant-Garde Ceramics


The Beauty Of Indian Textile Craftsmanship In ISSEY MIYAKE Sub-Brand HaaT's SS22 Collection


End Of An Era For Japanese Architect Kisho Kurokawa's 1972 Metabolist Structure

MIROKU Nara by The Share Hotels

A Sense of Natural Calm At This Design Hotel in Nara, Designed By Keiji Ashizawa & Fumihiko Sano


Melbourne's Bright, Young and Radical Chef Addressing Food Waste through Fermentation


The London-Based Photographer On 'The Beauty Of Unexpected Moments'

MAME KUROGOUCHI Fall Winter 2022

Finding the “Presentness of the Past” in Nagano’s Nature And The Rich History of the Jōmon Period

ISSEY MIYAKE Autumn Winter 2022/23

Designer Satoshi Kondo Embraces The Beauty Of Untamed Nature In 'Sow It and Let It Grow'


“Nature Controls Herself. I Try To Let Nature Speak.”

UNDERCOVER A/W 22-23 Womens

Cold Flame: Designer Jun Takahashi Explores An Inner Rebellion With Punk Femininity In All Its Forms


An Impressive Luxury Boutique Hotel Designed by Tadao Ando Positioned In The Heart of Kyoto's Gion District

Jil Sander Men’s FW22

Back of the House Production's Warm Rays and Technical Sphere


What Not To Miss At This Years Pivotal Global Forum on Collectible Design

June, 2018
Alloy Bench/ Betil Dagdelen, 2016/ Courtesy of Cristina Grajales Gallery/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018

The worlds most pivotal global forum on design, Design Miami/ in Basel begins this June 12-17, bringing together designers, gallerists, collectors and editors from the dynamic industry. As Media Partner for our 6th year, we continue to highlight key works of today.

At the exceptional Herzog & de Meuron-designed Messe Basel New Hall, another year of innovative and revisited classic design is anticipated. From the late Wendell Castle‘s Horseshoe desk at Converso, to Australian designer Trent Jansen (Broached Commissions) Pankalangu Credenza. Stand-outs include Betil Dagdelen‘s Alloy Bench (2016) at Cristina Grajales Gallery,

Also highly anticipated; Swarovski unveil their ‘Designers Of The Future’ award winners; with StudyoOPortable (Bernadette Deddens & Tetsuo Mukai), Yosuke Ushigome (of Takram) and Frank Kolman responding to a brief focussed on smart living, with resulting design pieces exploring crystal technologies, psycho activation techniques, touch crystal and energy crystal.

A rare low table/ Jean Prouvé - Jacques André, 1937/ Courtesy of Galerie Jacques Lacoste - © Hervé/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018 Lewandowski
Pankalangu Credenza, Broached Commissions (2018)
Jean Prouvé/ Lift-up table with drawer, 1943; Cafétéria no. 300 demountable chair, ca. 1950; Swing-jib lamp, 1947/ Courtesy of Galerie Patrick Seguin/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018
Chair 6/ Reinaldo Sanguino, 2017/ Courtesy of The Future Perfect/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018
Low Easy Chair/ Oscar Niemeyer, 1978/ Courtesy of SIDE GALLERY/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018
Why Should We Ask for Humanity in the Product?/ Koenraad De Dobbeleer, 2018/ Courtesy of MANIERA/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018
Horseshoe desk/ Wendell Castle, 1976/ Courtesy of CONVERSO/ Design Miami/ Basel 2018
June, 2018