June 15, 2017
By Jean Nayar | June 5, 2017 | Home & Real Estate
High design and Miami flavor converge in the season's hottest home concepts.
Roche Bobois’s Scenario corner composition.
FRINGE BENEFITS: MORADA
Designed by Fernán Hernández and inspired by the energy of Brazil, Morada’s new fringe-festooned Taglia chair enlivens any space. The newest addition to the Taglia line, the chair is available in Italian Pelle Fiore or Nubuck leather and starts at $3,950. 3701 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, 305-501-2768
FLOOR SHOW: LISTONE GIORDANO
Reimagining traditional wood floors, Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola brings a dash of novelty to Listone Giordano’s Natural Genius line with the new Biscuit collection. Featuring French oak boards with rounded, interlocking ends, it gives straight, diagonal, and herringbone patterns a modern twist. The flooring also provides a sensation of softness and a bombé effect. Available at Solesdi. 3800 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305-571-8216
GRACE NOTES: JADER ALMEIDA X ARTEFACTO
Artefacto Home has just launched a new shop-in-shop featuring exclusive handcrafted accessories. Among the artisanal offerings are bar carts, alpaca pillows, hand-knit blankets, glass vases, and onyx and stalactite sculptures. 17651 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305-931-9484
TRIPLE PLAY: ROCHE BOBOIS
The French furniture retailer Roche Bobois has opened its third Miami showroom, in Edgewater. The new 4,500-square-foot store offers pieces from the Les Contemporains collection, including the Mah Jong sofa, Astrolab table, and Connexe sofa, along with architect Jean Nouvel’s new collection, exclusive to Roche Bobois’s Florida stores. 3450 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
ART FORMS: HENGE
Henge’s new Mushroom tables add sculptural form and texture to the brand’s earthy yet refined furniture. The enchanting cocktail tables come in an array of metallic finishes and start at $5,000. 3800 NE Second Ave., Miami, 305-571-8216
PHOTOGRAPHY BY CRAIG DENIS (ARTEFACTO); COURTESY OF ROCHE BOBOIS (ROCHE BOBOIS)