My Highlights from Design Miami/ 2014

Peter Marino
Nov 25, 2014 8:07PM

Peter Marino is this year's recipient of Design Miami/'s inaugural Design Visionary award for his outstanding contributions to the field, and the subject of the Bass Museum’s exhibition “‘One Way: Peter Marino’,” which explores the architect’s unique practice integrating art, fashion, and architectural design.

My selection:

The Haas Brothers, Unique Edward Fur-Long bench from the Beast series, in Beach Boy Icelandic sheep fur, with carved ebony horns, cast bronze cheetah feet, and a cast bronze tongue. Designed and made by The Haas Brothers, Los Angeles, CA., 2014, at R & Company

Unique Edward Fur-Long bench from the Beast series, in Beach Boy Icelandic sheep fur, with carved ebony horns, cast bronze cheetah feet, and a cast bronze tongue. Designed and made by The Haas Brothers, Los Angeles, CA., 2014
R & Company

Studio Job, Taj Mahal II, 2013, at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Taj Mahal II, 2013
Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Taxile Doat, Vase de Théâtre Romain, 1906, at Jason Jacques Inc.

Vase de Théâtre Romain, 1906
Jason Jacques Inc.

Christophe Côme, Triscota Floor Light, 2014, at Cristina Grajales Gallery

Finn Juhl, Chieftain Chair, ca. 1949, at Hostler Burrows

Chieftain Chair, ca. 1949
Hostler Burrows

Nucleo, ‘Metal Fossil Copper coffee table’, 2014, at ammann//gallery

'Metal Fossil Copper coffee table', 2014
ammann//gallery

Gio PontiArmchair from the Hotel Parco dei Principi, 1964, at Casati Gallery

Armchair from the Hotel Parco dei Principi, Rome, 1964
Casati Gallery

Jean Prouvé, “Antony” desk, 1955, at Galerie Patrick Seguin

Lee Hun Chung, Purple Gray Stool, 2010, at Gallery SEOMI

Purple Gray Stool, 2010
SEOMI International

Portrait photo credit: Manolo Yllera

Explore Design Miami/ 2014 on Artsy.

Peter Marino