Best Booths at Design Miami/Basel by Architectural Digest – Get to know the best of Design Miami/Basel according to Architectural Digest!
It’s fitting that Caroline Sarkozy called out a Jean Royère vignette in husband Jacques Lacoste’s booth: The couple first met when they fell into a bidding war over a pair of Royère firedogs.
New York–based design gallery Friedman Benda made its booth an ode to Ettore Sottsass, showcasing dozens of the prolific Italian creative’s designs—both iconic and lesser-known ones.
Patrick Seguin wasn’t content to just bring furniture to Basel. Instead, the French gallerist is showing one of Jean Prouvé’s iconic demountable houses, structures originally built to house war victims in the 1940s. The model at Basel is well stocked with furniture by Prouvé, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Charlotte Perriand.
Architect Lee Mindel has been scouring the fair, and documenting it both on his own Instagram account and the Design Miami official Instagram. Here, he is captivated by an array of Perriand, Jeanneret, and Noguchi furniture behind Jean Prouvé doors at Paris’s Laffanour Galerie Downtown.
New York gallery Demisch Danant spotlights the work of Jacques Dumond in its pastel-hued booth.
Designs by Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Mogens Lassen, and more live in harmony in Danish gallery Dansk Møbelkunst’s booth.
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