Design Miami 2022 explored the fair and detected five trends: from ancient folklore revamp to imagine and shape a brighter future for humans and our planet

Design Miami 2022 explored the fair and detected five trends: from ancient folklore revamp to imagine and shape a brighter future for humans and our planet.

Design Miami‘s exhibition platform which invites designers, curators, innovators, and gallerists to present cabinets of curiosity throughout the fair.

Design Miami 2022. Fair Exterior – All photos by James Harris, courtesy of Design Miami.
For Jason Jacques Gallery, Paris, Finnish artist Kim Simonsson reimagined his famed Moss People as five-meter-tall monumental Moss Giants. In Finnish folklore, Moss people are mythological wanderers from the Nordic forests, weaving a narrative that oscillates between the real world and the supernatural.
This year’s Best Gallery award was tied between Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London, and Magen H Gallery, New York. Sarah Myerscough Gallery represents highly-skilled international artist-designer-makers whose practices are grounded in craft-making traditions [Read more].
Since 1997, Magen H Gallery has pioneered revolutionary and significant design in sculpture, decorative arts, architecture, and ceramics, with special emphasis on French post-war designers.
Rademakers Gallery presents Quelle Fête by Dutch art collective Rotganzen: a playful representation of past glory and a melancholic reminder of the glamour nights in clubs like Studio 54, Paradise Garage, and The Roxy. Rotganzen has also created a series of sculptural pieces honoring American design, manufacturing, industry, and popular sports and food.
London-based Sarah Myerscough Gallery presents museum-quality functional design and art objects championing innovative, sustainable, and restorative design practices. Angela Damman hand-crafted raw henequén fibre to create a plush chandelier, while Christopher Kurtz’s hand-carved Tulipwood cabinet explores linenfold forms hand-crafted from Tulipwood.
London-based Sarah Myerscough Gallery presents museum-quality functional design and art objects championing innovative, sustainable, and restorative design practices. Angela Damman hand-crafted raw henequén fibre to create a plush chandelier, while Christopher Kurtz’s hand-carved Tulipwood cabinet explores linenfold forms hand-crafted from Tulipwood.
Aqua Creations, Englewood, NJ, launches a range of one-of-a-kind lights designed specifically for Design Miami/. The pieces draw inspiration from the shapes of freshwater lakes, with mirrored polished metal evoking the presence of water. The gallery also unveils a limited edition of the iconic Morning Glory Floor Lamp. The design is made with unique, raw silk crafted particularly for this collection.
New York City-based Tuleste Factory presents an exploration of the color blue across a spectrum of saturation, opacities, and textures. On show are tables, side tables, shelves, seats, and a large wall sculpture. Together, they unveil the spirituality behind the hue’s vast character and address the significant impact the color has had on art and design.
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Design Miami Curios 2022. J. Lohmann Gallery Curio – All photos by James Harris.

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