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Design Miami, Louis Vuitton, 360 MAGAZINE

LOUIS VUITTON

Louis Vuitton will exclusively present their iconic Objets Nomades limited-edition collection of travel-inspired furniture created in collaboration with international designers during Design Miami/ – December 4-8th. The Objets Nomades collection is emblematic of Louis Vuitton’s long tradition of intersecting craftsmanship, innovation and design to craft beautiful travel-inspired objects. Louis Vuitton’s unparalleled savoir-faire paired with the discerning eye of renowned designers results in experimental shapes, materials and products that are unique, functional pieces of art.  

At Design Miami, Louis Vuitton will introduce the first American designer to the Objets Nomades collection: the innovative San Francisco-based designer Andrew Kudless and his new piece, Swell Wave Shelf, that will be launching as a global exclusive in two versions. Kudless new piece features undulating, smoothly polished oak shelves- flowing forms that resemble rocks eroded over time – that are held in perfect tension by rich leather straps.  Swell Wave Shelf is an elegant addition to the collection and an ode to the powerful forces and the delicate balance of the natural world. 

In addition to Andrew Kudless as a new designer and his new piece, institutional Objets will be launched in new colorways for the first time: the iconic Campana Cocoon in sunrise rose-yellow and Marcel Wanders’ Diamond Arm Chair, Sofa and Venezia GM et PM all in white. Pieces from the Objets Nomades collection have been imagined by some of the most creative designers of our times including, Atelier Oï, Maarten Baas, Barber and Osgerby, Fernando and Humberto Campana, Damien Langlois-Meurinne, Raw Edges, Patricia Urquiola, Marcel Wanders, Tokjin Yoshioka, Nendo, Gwenaël Nicolas, India Mahdavi, and André Fu.   

ATELIER LOUIS VUITTON

To coincide with Design Miami and further focus on Objets Nomades, Louis Vuitton will be presenting an exclusive exhibition showcasing its savoir-faire, Atelier Louis Vuitton Miami, within Miami Design District’s Paradise Plaza. A carefully curated selection of Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades, Les Petits Nomades, special leather goods, one-of-a-kind hard-sided pieces, exotics and more will be artfully displayed to illuminate the House’s most exceptional pieces.  Special hard-sided items will be unveiled such as the worldwide debut of the Sneaker Trunk and the US debut of the Malle Coiffeuse, Malle Courrier with Drawers, and Malle Pique-Nique as well as exclusive handbags including the Rainbow Purple Capucines BB, Fusion Rouge City Steamer PM, and Fusion Gris City Steamer PM. Atelier Louis Vuitton Miami, is by appointment and for a limited time from December 3 – 8th at Paradise Plaza in Miami Design District.

Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades will be on show at Design Miami/ from December 4th to 8th, 2019 as well as the Louis Vuitton Miami Design District store throughout next year.  Atelier Louis Vuitton, the exclusive savoir-faire exhibition, will be held at Paradise Plaza – 151 NE 41st Street, Miami Fl 33137 from December 3rd to 8th, 2019.  Visits by appointment only.

YAYOI KUSAMA, ICA Miami Miami, Design District ,Leanne Kim,gnazzo group, 360 MAGAZINE

YAYOI KUSAMA

ICA Miami presents a special off-site exhibition by pioneering installation artist Yayoi Kusama. On view from October 12 through January 31, 2019 in the Miami Design District, Kusama’s All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins (2016) marks the first time that one of Kusama’s signature “Infinity Mirror Rooms” will be on view in Miami.

112 NE 41st St., Suite 106

October 12, 2019 to January 31, 2020 from 11AM – 5PM 

MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT x MUSEUM GARAGE

The Miami Design District, a neighborhood dedicated to innovative art, design and architecture, is set to debut the most recent addition to the area’s latest phase of development, the highly anticipated Museum Garage. Featuring the work of five world-class architects, the seven-story mixed-use structure will house ground-floor retail spaces and maintain the capacity for 800 vehicles.

Miami Design District developer and CEO of Dacra, Craig Robins, along with L Catterton Real estate commissioned architect and curator Terence Riley to develop the concept of this project. In doing so, Riley curated the work of various participating international architects: WORKac, J. Mayer H., Clavel Arquitectos, Nicolas Buffe and Riley’s own architectural firm K/R (Keenen/Riley).

PARADISE PLAZA

MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT INAUGURATES PARADISE PLAZA

During Art Basel week 2017, the Miami Design District debuted the much anticipated Paradise Plaza, which doubled the Miami Design District’s retail and culinary offerings via the new open air piazza and extension of Paseo Ponti connecting Paradise Plaza to the existing Palm Court.  Paradise Plaza is Miami Design District’s latest multi-level urban park and retail plaza anchored by an iconic architectural structure designed by Johnston Marklee, as well as with works by renowned architectural firms FreelandBuck, Tolila+Gilliland, and MOS. Hosted by Craig Robins, guests of the celebration included Jeffrey Deitch, Curator; Sharon Johnston, Principal Architect and co-founder of Johnston Marklee; Sarah Arison, President of Arison Arts Foundation; Ronan Bouroullec, Designer; Urs Fischer, Artist; Nicholas Gilliland, Principal Architect and cofounder of Tolila + Gilliland; Gaston Tolila, Principal Architect and co-founder of Tolila + Gilliland; Daniel Toole, Architect; Andre Herrero, Principal, Architect of Charlap Hyman & Herrero; Nasir and Nargis Kassamali, Founder of Luminaire; Chad Oppenheim, Owner of Oppenheim Architecture and Design.

In addition to the debut of a number of pop-up exhibitions and art installations throughout the neighborhood, Paradise Plaza also hosted a number of pop-up Art Week pop-ups exhibitions including WWD, goop GIFT and Social Studies. Also housed in the plaza are recent retail openings including Creed, which opened their third U.S. boutique in Miami Design District alongside seventh generation perfumer, Erwin Creed, and Gucci whose Miami Design District location offers two location exclusive bags as part of the brand’s collaboration with artist Coco Capitan: a drawstring backpack and belt bag.

SOCIAL STUDIES AT MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT

On Wednesday, December 6, Baque Creative and the Miami Design District celebrated the launch of Social Studies Miami, a four day retail pop-up experience exclusively developed by Angelo Baque. Concurrent to Art Basel Miami Beach 2017, Social Studies featured an eclectic mix of innovative brands and collaborators including Virgil Abloh of Off White TM, Nike, Union Los Angeles, 032c Magazine, No Vacancy Inn, Some Ware, ELECTION REFORM!, Odwalla1221 and Awake NY, with a pop-up retail component and a series of education programs and curatorial workshops led by the creatives behind participating brands. Focusing on themes of tangibility and accessibility, the space was open to the public as a social and creative meeting place during Art Week.
To launch the event, renowned photographer and Social Studies collaborator, Shaniqwa Jarvis, was on hand to debut her eponymous publication, while close friend Zuri Marley treated guests to an extraordinary live performance. The self-titled book, the first published by Baque Creative Press, is designed by Stephen Serrato and includes a forward by Ryan McGinley.

CHROME HEARTS + BACCARAT, MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT CELEBRATE ART WEEK WITH THE MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AT PALM COURT

Laurie Lynn Stark of Chrome Hearts + Craig Robins of DACRA hosted friends & family for an evening of music helmed by Maestro Eduardo Marturet with performances by Jesse Jo Stark and pianist Mary Anne Huntsman alongside the Symphony Orchestra. Starting the evening with a champagne reception at Chrome Hearts Miami to celebrate the opening of the exhibition this time, this place curated by Theo Niarchos with Laurie Lynn Stark & Matt DiGiacomo, guests including Jordan Barrett, Presley Gerber, Virgil Abloh, Elle Macpherson, Gloria Estefan, Theo Niarchos and David Adjaye progressed down to the nearby Palm Court for a live musical program ranging from Classical to Broadway to Rock ‘n Roll.

Chrome Hearts X Miami Design District

Chrome Hearts + Baccarat celebrate Art Basel with the Miami Symphony Orchestra

at Palm Court, Miami Design District

          

  

Miami | December 5th, 2017

Laurie Lynn Stark of Chrome Hearts + Craig Robins of DACRA hosted friends & family for an evening of music helmed by Maestro Eduardo Marturet with performances by Jesse Jo Stark and pianist Mary Anne Huntsman alongside the Symphony Orchestra. Starting the evening with a champagne reception at Chrome Hearts Miami to celebrate the opening of the exhibition this time, this place curated by Theo Niarchos with Laurie Lynn Stark & Matt DiGiacomo, guests progressed down to the nearby Palm Court for a live musical program ranging from Classical to Broadway to Rock ‘n Roll.

WHO (in bold wearing Chrome Hearts)

Jordan Barrett, Presley Gerber, Virgil Abloh, Jesse Jo Stark, Elle Macpherson, Gloria Estefan, Theo Niarchos, David Adjaye,

CHROME HEARTS®, the luxury accessories, leather and furniture company renowned for its sophisticated life-inspired designs, was conceived in 1988 by Richard Stark & Richard Stark in Los Angeles.  Honoring a commitment to quality materials and timeless design, CHROME HEARTS® now has twenty-two stores globally including the US, France, Japan and Taiwan and can be found in the most exclusive boutiques around the world including Bergdorf Goodman in NY, Colette in Paris and Seol.

ABOUT MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT

The Miami Design District is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that combines luxury shopping, galleries, museums, design stores, restaurants and major art and design installations all within an architecturally significant context. The Miami Design District is owned and operated by Miami Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Real Estate, a global real estate development and investment fund, specializing in creating luxury shopping destinations. In 2017, the Miami Design District is expanding dramatically, with new restaurants and luxury boutiques opening in the distinctive, walkable neighborhood that welcomes and encourages innovation. As Miami becomes increasingly known for its own rich culture, the growth of the Miami Design District further reflects how the city is deserving of its place on the global stage.

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Miami Design District

MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT CELEBRATES THE INAUGURATION OF  

PARADISE PLAZA

CraigRobins and MathieuLeBozec host a celebration in honor of the

many talents that fuel the Miami Design District

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(Craig Robins, Jeffrey Deitch)

 

WHAT:
On Monday, December 4th, just in time for Miami Art Week, Craig Robins and Mathieu Le Bozec hosted a cocktail to celebrate the Miami Design District’s much anticipated design and architectural debut, Paradise Plaza, anchored by iconic architectural structures designed by Johnston Marklee, Daly Genik, FreelandBuck, MOS and Tolila + Gilliland. The plaza debuts along with several new public art installations, openings, pop-up exhibitions and one-of-a-kind site-specific building facades as part of the neighborhood’s most recent phase of development. The unique architectural structures and recent Gucci and Creed openings in the plaza served as a beautiful backdrop for the evening.

 

HIGHLIGHTS:
Surrounded by inspiring art, luxury, culture and architecture, guests celebrated the talents that fuel the Miami Design District. Remarks from Craig Robins opened the celebration while guests enjoyed light bites and cocktails.

The event was held from 5:00pm-7:00pm at Paradise Plaza in Miami’s Design District.

 

NOTABLE ATTENDEES:
Craig Robins, CEO and Director of DACRA; Jeffrey Deitch, Curator; SharonJohnston, Principal Architect and co-founder of Johnston Marklee; SarahArison, President of Arison Arts Foundation; RonanBouroullec, Designer; UrsFischer, Artist; NicholasGilliland, Principal Architect and cofounder of Tolila + Gilliland; GastonTolila, Principal Architect and co-founder of Tolila + Gilliland; DanielToole, Architect; Andre Herrero, Principal, Architect of Charlap Hyman & Herrero; Nasir and NargisKassamali, Founder of Luminaire; ChadOppenheim, Owner of Oppenheim Architecture and Design.

Paradise Plaza 2

(Craig Robins, Sarah Arison)

(Sharon Johnston, Andre Herrero)

(Urs Fischer)

 

ABOUT MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT
The Miami Design District is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that combines luxury shopping, galleries, museums, design stores, restaurants and major art and design installations all within an architecturally significant context. The Miami Design District is owned and operated by Miami Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Real Estate, a global real estate development and investment fund, specializing in creating luxury shopping destinations. In 2017, the Miami Design District is expanding dramatically, with new restaurants and luxury boutiques opening in the distinctive, walkable neighborhood that welcomes and encourages innovation. As Miami becomes increasingly known for its own rich culture, the growth of the Miami Design District further reflects how the city is deserving of its place on the global stage.

Facebook: /MiamiDesignDistrict
Instagram@miamidesigndistrict
Twitter@designdistrict