Collectible design

The Zen Collection by Draga & Aurel: Color-capturing tables with an “icy” effect

Draga & Aurel have continued their journey of experimentation into materials and transparency with the new ZEN collection of tables and coffee tables, presented recently at the Rossana Orlandi Gallery during Milan Design Week.

DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL concludes successful 18th edition of flagship Swiss fair

The week kicked off with positive early sales. Galerie Meubles et Lumières, winner of the fair’s Best Gallery Presentation award, reported the sale of two hero pieces within its booth very quickly upon opening: the Anemone sofa  by Jean-Pierre Laporte, a circular set of seating in a flower bud formation, and the large-scale, structural chandelier, Cassiopée by Max Sauze.

Is it okay if the art matches the sofa?

By bridging the gap between artists, galleries, and designers, Moss ensures that remarkable art finds its way into beautifully designed interiors.

Now Open: Design Miami.Basel

The 18th edition of DESIGN MIAMI.BASEL is now open, spotlighting rare and unique presentations of collectible design from over 25 exhibitors at the fair’s established location, the Basel Messeplatz.

Antonia Caicedo on emotive art, sensorial luxury, and collaborating with design industry giants

Interior designer Antonia Caicedo brings her global perspective to her recently launched “Antonia Collection” – a curated line of case goods, upholstery, and lighting that forges a stylish bond between Art Deco and Mid-Century modern aesthetics. The collection is the result of collaborative partnerships between Caicedo and three respected industry brands: artisan atelier JIMECO, EJ Victor and Fine Art Lamps. 

ArtSeen celebrates 30 years of bridging the gap between designers and artists

Leonardo Ledesma, founder of the LA-based art curation company ArtSeen, has spent three decades collaborating with top designers and sourcing art works from a global array of talented artists.

DESIGN MIAMI.LA 2024 concludes successful inaugural edition 

The inaugural edition of DESIGN MIAMI.LA concluded yesterday, Monday 20 May 2024, following a five day show at a private Holmby Hills estate. The new West Coast fair offered a dynamic program of collectible design, serving as a testament to California’s rich design heritage as an international arbiter of taste.

Designers’ favorites from ICFF New York

Keeping with the fair’s emphasis on original, sustainable design, we asked designers in attendance to share their favorite vendors, specific products, trends or other takeaways from the show. Here is what they had to say.

Rooms in Bloom: Legends of La Cienega 2024 Recap

Legends of La Cienega returned for its 14th year with candid conversations on heritage and design to breathtaking showroom window displays that bloomed with creativity.

Now Open: The Inaugural Edition of DESIGN MIAMI.LA

The inaugural edition of DESIGN MIAMI.LA opens today, taking place until May 20, 2024 at a private Holmby Hills estate. The fair’s Curatorial Director, Ashlee Harrison, offers a dynamic program of collectible design, serving as a testament to California’s rich design heritage as an international arbiter of taste. From the post-war mid-century design boom and car culture, to the entertainment industry and space age engineering, the fair explores themes of eclecticism, imagination, and nostalgia – all integral to the city’s design landscape.