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IM MEN / AOYAMA

Find The Famed Japanese Label's New Mens Brand In Their 1987 Shiro Kuramata-Designed Interior

OPTICKS

After A Decade and A Half, Japanese Contemporary Artist Hiroshi Sugimoto Recreates Sir Isaac Newton’s Prism Experiments

A WEST AFRICAN ROAD TRIP WITH ART COMES FIRST

Discovering Accra's Craftsmanship & Sustainable Culture Through The Eyes Of The Locals

DEKOTORA

Filmmaker Joe Almond Catches A Rare Insight Into The Fascinating Japanese Subculture

TOMONARI HASHIMOTO STUDIO VISIT

In Situ In The Famed Ceramic Region Shigaraki

TOMONORI HASHIMOTO

Three-Dimensional Geometric Works Exploring The Essence Of Being

JOE MORTELL

Transport Yourself To The Surreal Scenes & Brilliantly Vivid Worlds of the London-based 3D Designer

THE TOKYO EDITION, TORANOMON

The Epitome Of A Perfect Urban Getaway Spectacularly Designed by Ian Schrager & Kengo Kuma

UNITED ARROWS & SONS

Dramatic Spanish Columns & Curved Glass Facade in Central Tokyo, Designed by Ricardo Bofill Taller Arquitectura

BOTANICAL PAVILION

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma & Australian Artist Geoff Nees Create An Interlocking Timber Portal for NGV Triennale

EIKO ISHIOKA

Crossing All Realms: One of Japan's Greatest Creative Visionaries

U-JOINTS: THE BOOK

A Kickstarter Campaign Begins For A Monumental Encyclopaedic Print Taxonomy of Connections and Universal World of Joints

TAJIMI CUSTOM TILES

A New Contemporary Context and Value For The Humble Japanese Tile With Designer Kwangho Lee

TADANORI YOKOO ISSEY MIYAKE

A Piece Of Clothing — And A Legendary Japanese Artist

The Best of Spring/Summer 21

Champ Fashion Editor-at-Large Ciana Mai Selects The Season's Top 5 Ready-to-Wear Collections

Site of Reversible Destiny

Arakawa and Gins Re-build Existing Perceptions to Extend the Human Lifespan

DESIGN MIAMI/, BASEL

Champ as Media Partner for Design Miami/ Basel 2017

September, 2017
(Marc Ricourt, Sarah Myerscough Gallery: London) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ

DESIGN MIAMI/ BASEL 
RECAP + HIGHLIGHTS JUNE 2017

Design Miami/ in Basel continues to be one of the worlds most pivotal global forum’s on design, bringing together designers, gallerists, collectors and editors from the dynamic industry. As Media Partner for our 5th year, we continue to highlight key works of today.

Starting with an extraordinary central meeting point as Basel’s Messeplatz (Exhibition Square) designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the overhead aluminium folds are a sight to behold and a reflection of global design calibre. From Marc Ricourt’s extended optical-illusion wooden vase at Sarah Myerscough Gallery to Design At Large Curator Thom Browne‘s multiplicity of designer work desks. With an abundance on classic pieces of wood and brass rather than technology-centric design, the message was clear; good design is timeless.

Photographer Anastasiia Chorna covered this year’s Design Miami/ Basel shot completely on film. Presenting a more intimate look at key design’s presented at this year fair.

(Ice Crystal, TAKT PROJECT: Swarovski Designers of the Future Award) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Cyanometer, Marjan van Aubel: Swarovski Designers of the Future Award) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Mercado Moderno: Rio de Janeiro) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(MANIERA: Brussels) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
Wendell Castle, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
88 Gallery presents Robert Goossens (1927-2016) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Magen H Gallery: New York) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Katie Stout: R & Company: New York) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Magen H Gallery: New York) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Nilufar Gallery: Milan) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Ted Noten, Drawer Delight, 2016: Ornamentum: Hudson) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Throne in papier mache, Riccardo Dalisi, 1971-1973: Erastudio Apartment Gallery: Milan) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017
(Crista, Zaha Hadid, 2016: Atelier Swarovski Home) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Crista, Zaha Hadid, 2016: Atelier Swarovski Home) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Todd Merrill STUDIO: New York) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Etage Projects: Copenhagen) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
(Cabinet no. 81, 2004, Ettore Sottsass: Friedman Benda: New York) Design Miami/ Basel, 2017 © Anastasiia Chorna / Ala Champ
September, 2017