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10 December 2019
Monocle’s design editor Nolan Giles heads to Design Miami to meet some of the most dynamic talents at the annual showcase. Including Australian designers Broached Commissions, curator Alice Stori Liechtenstein, artist and designer Daniel Arsham and mayor of Miami Beach Dan Gelber.
10 December 2019
Photo: James Harris
We meet Dan Gelber, mayor of Miami Beach, to learn about Design Miami’s place in the city’s cultural calendar. Plus, curator Alice Stori Liechtenstein details what brings the design world to the city, and a chat with Australian newcomers Broached Commissions.
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Design Miami’s curatorial director Aric Chen discusses this year’s theme – water. We also meet Axelle de Buffevent, creative director for champagne brand Perrier-Jouët, and discuss where art and design meet with Daniel Arsham.
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