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With the fair postponed until this autumn, an online preview is serving to whet appetites and expand audiences.
As the world's premier fine art and antiques fair opens, The Design Edit reports on some of the collectible design masterworks on offer.
Will 2020 sustain the recent momentum of collectible design sales? Romina Provenzi discusses last year’s results with the experts.
The sales reveal a cooling off for midcentury modernism, but the appetite for Les Lalanne continues to grow.
Sunny skies and splendid sales.
Put together in three months, the soft launch of the first commercial platform dedicated to collectible design in China was deemed a success by the international galleries who attended.
The collectible design market continues to generate strong interest, but in a competitive market, only the exceptional pieces hit the high notes.
TEFAF and Salon Art + Design: the former reported healthy sales to its loyal core audience, while the latter skewed towards younger collectors and new design.
Sales were strong across the board, with many pieces outperforming their estimates – but the Sotheby’s Les Lalanne sale in Paris smashed all expectations.
Two leading Milanese design galleries add pizzazz to Piasa's autumn Italian Design sale, headed up by a Gio Ponti commode.
A two day sale dedicated to Les Lalanne's personal collection
TDE reports on the highlights.
Traditionally inspired by nature and functionality, Nordic design is becoming increasingly eclectic and multisensory.
The Design Edit reveals the treasures in store at this year’s PAD London.
Some outstanding works, despite a quieter profile.
In a restored gothic palace, Nomad presents collectible design in tune with The Venice Glass Week.
A cross-cultural collectible design journey.
Eight leading galleries present the very best of contemporary Nordic design.
Brooklyn-based design team, Chen Chen and Kai Williams, show their latest work at Future Perfect’s new exhibition space – a townhouse in New York’s West Village.
Phillips's online auction of contemporary art, design, photographs and editions.
Impressive craftsmanship and extreme scale had the greatest impact, but skill and subtlety won the day.
Tightly curated and simulating displays of collectible design.
A parade of carefully curated delights, with some stand-out pieces.
Two design shows: two marketing styles.
Craftsmanship was exalted at the 23rd edition of the arts and design fair.
An innovative showcase of 21st century collectible design.
Collectible design exhibited in extraordinary houses, in magnificent locations.
The fair distinguished itself with some strong contemporary work – and the largest audiences yet.
Contemporary artists are pushing the boundaries and producing some playful, original and unconventional designs.
Design sales regained strength, with twentieth-century Italian design leading the way.
Tiffany lamps and works by Les Lalanne were among the highlights of the sales.
The only gallery-presented art fair dedicated to modern craft and design.