By: Robert Lovi By: Robert Lovi | June 15, 2022 | Culture Home & Real Estate Art
Avant Gallery has officially launched Artmosphere –a bespoke interior design and fine art curatorial service.
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This service includes everything from fine art to luxury furniture to high-end lighting to décor and objet d'art, which Artmosphere develops and executes.
The project began with the decoration of a $5 million residence in Sunny Isles' Porsche Design Tower. Several works by Avant Gallery artists and pieces of furniture from various sources have been incorporated into the project.
A car elevator takes you from the garage to the street level of the Porsche Design Tower, where everything begins. This installation features two pieces of street art by BNS and Nick Veasey. The pieces were chosen to highlight Porsche's brand and the way of life of a sports car enthusiast.
The garage can be seen from the living room thanks to large windows. This open area was designed for entertaining, with sections to break up the floor plan in mind. Pieces by young pop artist Skyler Grey, a Mickey Lagerfeld sculpture, a Pez painting, a Josh Mayhem sculpture featuring KAWS, and Becky Rosa's "Birkream" are all on display at the exhibition.
The artwork in the gallery hallway was chosen to bridge the various design concepts found in the rest of the house's spaces. It features the following:
Limited edition photography by Tim Tadder and Guy le Baube and one-of-a-kind sculptures by Paul Rousso adorn the master bedroom. Creating an oasis from the bustling streets of Miami was the goal. The city's skyline can be seen through the floor-to-ceiling windows in this bedroom.
"Big Money" is the office's centerpiece, including a graffiti painting by BNS and an abstract mandala art piece by Juan Restrepo by Paul Rousso. The design of the office is intended to promote both efficiency and innovation.
Tim Tadder's photography, Skyler Grey's Louis Vuitton-inspired art, and Florian Eymann's deconstructed Marilyn Monroe portrait adorn the secondary bedroom.
Joia, a Brazilian line of mid-century-inspired furniture, and Eichholtz, a Dutch luxury furniture brand, furnish the entire residence.
A Miami home's bright colors and cultural diversity are incorporated into the interior design concept to match the space's often-stunning architecture.
Contemporary art and design collide in Avant Gallery's Artmosphere. Using Avant's customers' desire to live passionately as fuel, it serves as a platform for bespoke projects that offer exceptional interior design services, carefully sourced fine luxury furnishings and high-end lighting, inspirational décor, and accessories.
Please visit Artmosphere's website to learn more about the Porsche Design Tower residence.
The Miami Beach-based contemporary Avant Gallery opened its doors in 2007 to represent established and emerging artists. When it comes to the accessibility of its presentation and method of operation, the gallery has always chosen to open locations in lifestyle-driven locations. Today, Avant has a presence in five locations, including its New York City headquarters at Hudson Yards, the heart of Miami at Brickell City Centre, and Aventura in the luxury wing of Aventura Mall.
Photography by: Courtesy Jason Juliano