MAISON&OBJET AMERICAS Returns To South Florida
The cultural scene in South Florida is continuing to evolve and Miami is proving to be the hub for international art and design events that travel to America. This May, MAISON&OBJET AMERICAS, the design and lifestyle show that travels the world to bring together designers, architects, property developers, and other cultural influencers, returns to our city and the Miami District is the spot to experience one-of-a-kind installations, exhibitions and soirees. We’ve highlighted a few of the exhibits happening in the neighborhood. The full program guide is available here.
Known for their exquisite leathers, LOEWE continues to discover new ways to expand its craftsmanship and technology, which is seen in this special showcase launching during M&O. LOEWE director, Jonathan Anderson, highlights the ancient technique of marquetry in which inlays of different materials like leather are used to embellish furniture. On display will be oak furniture featuring intricate designs made from various pieces of leather in differing shapes and sizes giving it a three-dimensional look. Other objects on display that will feature this mosaic-like pattern created out of leather pieces include lamps, wardrobes, cigar boxes, notebooks and leather pouches, some of which will be available for purchase until July.
May 9 – 15, 2016
LOEWE, 110 NE 39th Street, 305.576.7601
Continuing to fuse the world of luxury watches with the world of art, beginning May 10th, HUBLOT Galerie will feature a temporary exhibition of works by Miami-based, Venezuelan photographer Anirays Camino. Camino has developed a distinctive visual narrative by combining her passion for aerial photography with handmade installations that recreate imaginary worlds.
May 10 – 13, 2016
Hublot, 140 NE 39th Street, Suite 103, 786.762.2929
Holly Hunt Miami
Expanding the designer’s iconic modern collection with a more causal feel, Holly Hunt Miami will showcase more than 20 new pieces of furniture and lighting from the Holly Hunt Studio Collection as well as exclusive designs from lighting designer Kevin Reilly. Expect to see reclined seats, plush cushions and tactile finish and a balanced mix of soft and sharp lines in the new pieces.
May 10 – 13, 2016
Holly Hunt Miami, 3833 NE 2nd Avenue, 305.571.2012
The Rug Company
Be one of the first to see The Rug Company’s newest exhibit featuring its “Best of U.S.” designers featuring some of the showroom’s best interior designers.
May 9 – 13, 2016
4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 104, 305-576-9868
Starting May 10th, Parmigiani will host an exhibition featuring rare and unique pieces from Lalique's Anemone Collection. The flower, which symbolizes purity and innocence, is a motif that has now been transformed through new shapes, colors, sizes and uses to create fresh vision and iconic designs
May 10 – 13, 2016
Cocktail Reception May 12 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Parmigiani Fleurier, 140 NE 39th Street, Suite 108, 305.260.7770
The Heroes Tour 2016 by Doug Meyer, consisting of 50 revealing portraits of creative icons who were some of the first victims of AIDS, will be on display inside NIBA Homes during M&O Americas. These portraits give a deeper look at these Heroes, who hail from the worlds of art, design, film and interior design, featuring richly documented historical information and achievements of each person.
May 12, 2016 from 6 to 9 p.m.
39 NE 39th Street, 305.573.1939
On Wednesday, May 11, famed architect Chad Oppenheim will host a stimulating panel called Crafting Paradise: Architecture of the Home by Oppenheim Architecture A Conversation with Architect Chad Oppenhei with fellow designers inside Bulthaup’s new Miami Design District showroom. The panel will also feature delicious bites by Gaggenau chef Stella Giraldella.
May 11, 2016 from 6 to 8 p.m.
3805 NW Miami Court, 305.573.7771
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