If you didn't know that this year's Design Miami events kicked off yesterday, (Wednesday, December 2nd), then consider yourself among the lucky who hasn't had to deal with Instagram-induced envy from seeing so many design, architecture, and art folk frolicking on the beach. There's more to be had than beachy good times, though, with this year's event including as it does exhibitions, installations, and architectural follies galore. The following Instagrams are for those of us who couldn't make it to this year's fair, but want a taste of what's on offer. From a Kengo Kuma-designed pavilion (one of two) to a sinuous dining room by award-winning architect and Queen of Swoop Zaha Hadid to a psychedelic bedroom installation by Katie Stout, there is a lot to see.
Volu Dining Pavilion de Zaha Hadid e Patrik Schumacher no Collectors Lounge da Design Miami A estrutura com desenho de ultima tecnologia lembra uma mesa sob a copa de uma árvore, tudo muito futurista como é o estilo de Zaha. Madeira, aço e vidro chamam atenção pela forma. ➡️ www.amearquitetura.com #amearquiteturaemmiami #amearquitetura #amearquiteturanaflorida #amearquiteturanosusa #zahahadid #patrikschumacher #volu #diningpavilion #collectorslounge #artbasel #artbaselmiami #artbaselmiami2015 #artbasel2015 #designmiami #designmiami2015 #miamibeach
Large-scale design and architectural components continue to be a keenly anticipated highlight at #DesignMiami. @galeriepatrickseguin shares the work of pioneering mid-century modular architecture, in this case the only remaining example of #JeanProuve's 1939 baraque de campagne, a rapidly assembled 4 x 4m military hut #architecture
∙ Design Miami 2015 [Design Miami]
∙ Christening Katie Stout's New Apartment with a Trip to Home Depot, a Six Pack, and an Interview [Curbed]