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Design Miami: Recap

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Design Miami wrapped up on Sunday, and all told I’d say the fair was a mixed bag. Though I tend to have a good time wandering the aisles of Aranda\Lasch’s temporary tent taking in the latest and greatest of the world of one-off, rare and limited-edition design, there did appear to be a bit more filler this year than last.

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  Greg Lynn designed a massive, color-changing installation for Swarovski that sat between the VIP lounge and the bathrooms.

    Greg Lynn designed a massive, color-changing installation for Swarovski that sat between the VIP lounge and the bathrooms.

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  This bed is from designer Peter Marigold's Palindrome Series.

    This bed is from designer Peter Marigold's Palindrome Series.

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  The headboard of the bed by Peter Marigold shows his flowery visual signature.

    The headboard of the bed by Peter Marigold shows his flowery visual signature.

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  Here is a table and bench from Peter Marigold's Palindrome Series shown by the New York City gallery Moss.

    Here is a table and bench from Peter Marigold's Palindrome Series shown by the New York City gallery Moss.

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  The best collection of the show was the 2009 Palindrome Series by Peter Marigold shown by the gallery Moss.

    The best collection of the show was the 2009 Palindrome Series by Peter Marigold shown by the gallery Moss.

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  French designer Francois Azambourg's prototype lamp Sputnik was one of my favorites.

    French designer Francois Azambourg's prototype lamp Sputnik was one of my favorites.

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  These bright blocks and non-functioning ladders came from artist Ben Jones shown by Johnson Trading Gallery.

    These bright blocks and non-functioning ladders came from artist Ben Jones shown by Johnson Trading Gallery.

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  Artist and designer Ben Jones added a much-needed dash of color to Design Miami with his Beehaven collection.

    Artist and designer Ben Jones added a much-needed dash of color to Design Miami with his Beehaven collection.

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  This dog-shaped bench from Ben Jones was the only functional piece of work he showed.

    This dog-shaped bench from Ben Jones was the only functional piece of work he showed.

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  The first thing that caught my eye entering the tent was Lotty Lindeman's Tassenkast collection of luggage.

    The first thing that caught my eye entering the tent was Lotty Lindeman's Tassenkast collection of luggage.

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  Imagined as tiny cabinets, Lotty Lindeman's Tassenkast luggage was portable, charming and all hand-made.

    Imagined as tiny cabinets, Lotty Lindeman's Tassenkast luggage was portable, charming and all hand-made.

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  The temporary tent that housed Design Miami this year was designed by the New York firm Aranda\Lasch.

    The temporary tent that housed Design Miami this year was designed by the New York firm Aranda\Lasch.

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