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Top 5 singular furniture pieces you can find during Design Miami

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Check out our choices for our top 5 list of singular furniture pieces that will be on display on several galleries while Design Miami is still going on.

Rectangular Coffee Table (MY Collection)

This table, created by British designer Michael Young, was inspired by cloisonné-enamel jewelry techniques and also by the patterns created by oil on water. This furniture piece is a part of a collection of six other pieces all developed in the same fashion.

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Surprisingly the pattern visible on the table is an integral part of its structure and not a superficial intervention. This was accomplished through the application of traditional enamel techniques to copper, along with a new touch that allowed enamel to bond with steel. You can see this table at Gallery All.

Roly-Poly Chair

This chair, created by Faye Toogood, is certainly visually pure and light for the eyes. This transparent furniture piece was actually made from heavyweight lithium-barium crystal. Though the Roly-Poly Chair is available in other colors, the transparent look certainly is special because despite looking light, in truth the material its made of is very heavy and has to be well managed during the making-of process.

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The shape and design of this chair is also something that follows a unique and conceptual design, giving an interesting take on a dining room sitting chair. You can check this chair out at Friedman Benda.

Coin du report pour l’hiver sofa

This is undoubtedly a couch that brings a person back to the past. With a vintage feel to it that still manages to be visually appealing for a living room, this couch is one of the marks that 20th-century designer Jean Royère left in the world of interior design.

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The Coin du report pour l’hiver sofa, dates all the way back to 1937, it being a piece of furniture that defined the way many other couches that came after it. You can see this french couch at Galerie Patrick Seguin.

Yo! Burri Lamp

Todd Merril is introducing the work of Brecht Wright Gander during Design Miami with this lamp as one of the highlights. The designer who recently managed to open his own studio in NY has been making a name for himself through furniture and other objects better defined as “provocative”.

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The lamp is intended to be a homage to Alberto Burri, an Italian painter, and sculptor. Made out of papier-mâché, epoxy clay, steel, plaster wrap, and LEDs this lamp is visually interesting to look at.

Bookshelf, 2018

Lastly we have this bizarre looking bookshelf created by South Korean Designer Sang Hoon Kim. Though this particular piece may seem odd at first it certainly is fascinating to look at, especially when one realizes of the possibilities when it comes to putting books on it.

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This bookshelf is entirely made out of memory foam, a factor that allows it to be molded into several strange shapes. The possibilities of this technique are remarkably vast, and curiously Sang Hoon Kim’s Family has been using this technique for three generations. You can see this and more of the Korean designer’s work at Cristina Grajales’ Gallery.

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