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The Rising Talents of Maison&Objet Americas

by Simon Yuen on May 3, 2016 in Lifestyle
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Maison&Objet Americas will take place at Miami Beach from 10 to 13 May. Meet the Rising Talents of the 2016 edition

The second edition of Maison&Objet Americas will begin on 10 May and run until 13 May. Along with showcasing a selection of designers and products from the region and beyond, a highlight of the event will be the Rising Talents section. Featuring six new designers from both North and South America, works will be on display from these up-and-coming talents from across five nations.

Samuel Amoia, based in New York, is known for his use of natural materials and innovative methods in furniture and interior design.

Portrait of Samuel Amoia

His counterpart Ben Medansky from Los Angeles, is a ceramicist and influenced by the landscape in Arizona, his home state, and LA. His work explores variations on radial symmetry and grids while utilising a limited color palette, an experiment in mimicking strong forms out of a fragile material.

Ben_Medansky_photo_by_SHAYAN_ASGHARNIA

Ad Hoc, established by industrial designer Juan José Nemer and architect Mauricio Álvarez, designs and creates environments and pieces that dialogue with Mexico’s artisan legacy by highlighting the use of natural materials and manual processes in each of their products.

Juan_Jose_Nemer_and_Mauricio_Alvarez_photo_by_Caliman_Films_2

Javier Gomez is an artist and photographer from Panama and based in New York, known for photographing urban architecture and organic objects in a surreal and abstract way.

Javier-Gomez

Guilherme Wentz from Brazil is known for his modern designs celebrating the simplicity of life with pieces that cater to the user's lifestyle.

Officer table photo by photo by DELFIM, Eduardo

Last but not least, great things to People, an architecture, art and design studio from Chile, is good at promoting new encounters between the technologies for projecting and the richness of the local expressed in traditional materials and techniques.

Studio-portrait-photo-by-gt2P

 

 

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