We narrowed down some favorites on display during Miami Design Week.
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A collection of Elina Ulvio's products that combine her love of architecture and an interest in the subconsciousness.
Calvin Seibert erects these unbelievable geometric sandcastles with roots in brutalist architecture and modernism.
Working with resin and neon, Sabine Marcelis' bright light sculptures, hanging or standing, have a tremendous ability to pull you in...
A series of light sculptures that create optical illusions based on where you're viewing it from.
Carol Bove debuts equally magical, but significantly heavier sculpture than years past, with that same unbelievable sense of balance.
Puzzle-like components that fit together to build a piece of furniture but also fit into a frame.
An installation that explores the wild, dark side of nature.
An exhibition of interactive objects that push the boundary of art & technology.
An "atmospheric" mood light levitates 1-2" above a magnetic base, simulating lightning and capable of streaming Bluetooth audio.
Hanging shapes that invite you to interact and interlock with them.
Sculptural balls that are made from the actual material that they reference.
LEGO bricks turned into contemporary pieces of art.
Jay Shinn explores the theme of illusion through two types of art.