Rollins Caldwell’s installation became one of the most visited and popular booths of the fair. The webzine The Verge noted the artist’s “gorgeous furniture” made from “abandoned electronics” (http://www.theverge.com/2013/12/20/5230150/benjamin-rollins-caldwell-binary-collection) and blog Gizmodo named Rollins Caldwell’s work one of the “Five Coolest Pieces from the Biggest Week in the U.S. Art World” (http://gizmodo.com/five-of-the-coolest-pieces-from-the-biggest-week-in-the-1479798289). The Design Tourist blog signaled Rollins Caldwell out as one of her “favorite artists” of the week, asan artist “doing amazing work with ordinary objects” (https://thedesigntourist.net/art-basel-miami-repurposed/). The Miami Herald also couldn’t resist Rollins Caldwell fun, innovative work, calling it unquestionably modern “but a throwback to the more-wired ‘80s” (http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/visual-arts/art-basel/article1958152.html) VOGUE Living Australia couldn’t resist—placing Rollins Caldwell’s work on its list of the Best On Show at Design Miami 2013 (http://www.vogue.com.au/vogue+living/design/galleries/what+to+see+at+design+miami+2013,27791?pos=2). Sotheby’s also was taken with the collection, calling the Binary Room Collection “the coolest thing of all” at Design Miami and a true “achievement of craft” (http://www.sothebys.com/en/news-video/blogs/all-blogs/art-fair-insider/2013/12/satellite-fairs-in-art-basels-orbit.html).