One of the many critters in Fernando Laposse’s installation about pollination

Art Week Miami: Design Miami/

With a new curatorial director at the helm, Design Miami/ remains committed to its role as a catalyst for change
Dime Lo Que Viste (Tell Me What You Saw) by Esaí Alfredo will be included in Spinello Projects’ Survey sector booth at Art Basel Miami Beach 2023. Courtesy of Art Basel Miami Beach and galleries.

Art Week Miami: Art Basel Miami Beach

After successful runs in Switzerland, Hong Kong, and Paris, Art Basel closes out 2023 with its Miami Beach edition, but the gathering hasn’t lost any of its momentum. “Our Miami Beach show is absolutely...
Created by fiber artist Rianne Aarts for Teddy and Wool, the Shifting Dunes tapestry features small knots on a half-moon frame and cotton fringes treated with gradient dye

Modern Macramé for Every Room

A hallmark of 1970s style, the hands-on textile technique finds new relevance in home design
The Viceversa pendant by Lightology features integrated LED technology as well as a glass diffuser that can be placed on top or bottom for illumination with Mother Nature in mind

Natural Beauty for the Abode

Biophilic design is alive and well in all rooms of the home
The Exotic Jungle wallpaper by Photowall is alive with toucans perched on tropical trees

Wall Coverings Go Wild

From Matthew Williamson’s Cubana collection for Osborne & Little, the Flamingo club fabric features Florida’s signature bird peering through exotic flora. Designed in collaboration with Allira Tee, the Balancing Act mural by Hygge & West...
Look closely and you’ll notice those are zippers on the KLAD leather wall by Keleen Leathers, a system of panels that allows all varieties of floor-to-ceiling installations

Five Chic Leather Looks for the Home

Leather accents warm up décor with seductive texture we can see and feel
Evidence of a Previous Presence (New Mountains Seen from No Fixed Position) is part of Phillips’ new exhibition at The Bass

Works of Material Art On View at The Bass

A new exhibition of contemporary installations by artist Kerry Phillips at The Bass explores the possibilities of discarded objects
“Brillhut is a small, experimental retreat that we built for ourselves in Eleuthera,” says Brillhart. “The project integrates a number of ideas from local precedents, Prouvé’s Maisons Tropicales, Le Corbusier’s Cabanon, and Paul Rudolph’s Walker Guest House, all with the intent of immersing oneself in nature.”

Q&A with Architect Jacob Brillhart

At his intimate studio in Miami, Jacob Brillhart leads a team that’s interested in architecture on an emotional level. As such, the office begins each project by considering how space and atmosphere in their...
“The wilderness of the Venezuelan jungle provided rich inspiration for this house in Caracas,” says Oppenheim. “Designed around three courtyards—an entry court, an impluvium, and a garden court—the outdoor spaces form part of the interior experience to expand and extend views to the site edges.”

Q&A with Architect Chad Oppenheim

For architect Chad Oppenheim, the where is as important as the what
: Luis (The Wrangler) #1 exemplifies the essence of photographer Dean West’s work: tonal and powerful while simultaneously familiar and unexpected. Photos courtesy of Dean West

Florida Through the Photographer’s Lens

Miami photographer Dean West captures the strange and wonderful side of Florida
The Palo open storage system by Dario Snaidero for Mandicasa offers multiple assembly options with a mix of wood shelves, metal trays, and accessory bars

Hot Additions for the Home Kitchen

State-of-the-art essentials and extras for kitchen domination
The Art of Formation collection as presented at Salone this past spring

Organic Inspiration in The Art of Formation Collection

Art of Loom founder Samantha Gallagher and interior designer Bea Pernia look to ecology to inspire their first collaboration
Powder room by Juan Montoya Design. Photo by Otto

Bold and Beautiful Motifs for the Powder Room

Let's get loud. We're talking graphic walls, cheeky art, and textural accessories that make a case for "more is more"
The guesthouse features multiple entry points, including this one mere steps from the pool. Photo courtesy of House of One

Expert Design Insights for the Guesthouse

Charlotte Dunagan, Tom Diverio, and Brittany Farinas reveal their signature approaches when it comes to the guesthouse
Designers Fanny Haim and Michelle Haim first envisioned Fanny Haim Atelier after a trip to Japan

Design Evolution at Fanny Haim Atelier

A new endeavor from designers Fanny and Michelle Haim marks a full-circle moment for their studio
We love the fluid nature of the Albero bookcase by Nella Vetrina, a structure that seems to defy gravity with overlapping panes of glass

Transparency Report

See-through materials like glass and acrylic make a chic case for clear design
Tomás Redrado

Creative Approach at Tomás Redrado Art

Tomás Redrado brings a new voice to Miami’s gallery scene
In this Wellington home office, materials like oak, bronze, and leather reflect the area’s equestrian heritage

Custom Touches for the Home Office

For Palm Beach Gardens designer Jason Lynn, a home office wins when tailored specifically to its occupant’s needs
The new Preston system uses recycled and reclaimed woods for its closet systems. Photo by Aaron Dougherty

Chic and Customizable Organization

Marie Kondo devotees, take note. The Container Store’s newest line, Preston, offers a super-smart system of organization that can be applied in different ways in multiple spaces. Made from recycled and reclaimed woods, the...
The Diana table by Thomas Pheasant for Baker recalls 1940s glamour thanks to its theatrical silhouette 1

Neoclassical Pieces for the Home

When it comes to Old-World elegance, only classic style will do
An adjustable island slab allows for more surface space, whether for food prepping or other uses. Photo courtesy of Eggersmann

Smooth Moves in an Eggersmann Kitchen

Eggersmann’s Motion Collection lives up to its name