This groundbreaking 3D printing technology, developed by the MIT Self-Assembly Lab + Swiss Designer Christophe Guberan, will be co-presented at Design Miami by the Patrick Parrish Gallery and swissnex Boston.

The technology is a futuristic manufacturing facility based on Rapid Liquid Printing, a breakthrough 3-D printing technology developed in collaboration with Steelcase, which can rapidly produce objects of almost any size or shape using a robot and a tank of gel.

The space serves as a manufacturing facility in which a robot instantly prints tote bags and art objects inside a glass tank of translucent gel. After printing, each product is removed, cleaned, and put on display.

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This exhibit is the first public demonstration of MIT’s rapid liquid printing technology.

Rapid liquid printing can produce large-scale objects out of high-grade materials like rubber, foam, or plastic in a matter of seconds or minutes by “drawing” them in a gel suspension.

Traditional 3-D printing is restricted by slow speeds, scale constraints, and poor material quality, which makes it unreliable as a mainstream manufacturing process. With rapid liquid printing, manufacturing can be reimagined as an artistic experience unlimited by scale or gravity, asking us to rethink design, production, uniformity, and product life-cycles.

Experiments

A strong attraction for the different materials and their intrinsic features has always guided my work as a designer. I have decided to dedicate a few years to research on materials. My intent is to try and rethink the way materials are used, as well as the production processes, using the possibilities made available by the new technologies.

To me, those technologies (Computer Numerical Controlled machines, 3D printers) are an integral part of the creative process. I like the idea of hijacking the use of those complex machines, to turn them into manual experimenting tools. I favor an instinctive approach, working more on hardware than software. The primary aim of my research is to produce knowledge, to generate new aesthetics. When working on a process, I try to explore it in depth, in order to create a rich repertoire of shapes and possibilities. This inventory then nourishes my world as a designer.

Implementation comes only after research, in particular through collaborations with companies, that see potentialities in my work to develop a product.

Design Miami 2017 Unveiling Audi A8L 55

sits at the vanguard of the changing auto industry with its hybrid powertrain assist as standard equipment and a laundry list of production-vehicle firsts.

The biggest design change appears inside the cabin, where Audi’s MMI infotainment system trades its large control knob and best-in-the-business interface for a second touchscreen at the front of the center console.

The fourth-generation A8 will introduce drivers to a truly active suspension, a 48-volt primary electrical system, and—in select markets—Level 3 autonomy by which Audi becomes the first automaker to sanction hands-free, Facebook-’til-your-face-melts driving.

My Passion for cars it’s obvious. Love for speed !

Art Miami 28th edition!

Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s modern and contemporary art fair market and is g lobally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries.

ART MIAMI

SISTERS FAIRS

Aqua Art Miami

December 6-10, 2017

One of the best fairs for emerging art during Miami’s Art Week, Aqua Art Miami has consistently earned critical recognition for presenting vibrant and noteworthy international art programs.

CONTEXT Art Miami

December 5-10, 2017

CONTEXT Art Miami, along with the 28th edition of Art Miami, commences on December 5th, 2017, with the highly anticipated Opening Night VIP Preview.

2017 New Location

New Home of Art Miami + CONTEXT Art Miami and beyond.

One Herald Plaza at NE 14th Street On Biscayne Bay in Downtown Miami Between the Venetian & MacArthur Causeways.

Art Miami

SEXUAL COLOR


Art exhibit Sexual Color by Gabriel Wickbold at No Borders for Design Showroom em Miami

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Sexual Color

Photographic exhibition, research laboratory of images and interaction with people, re-reading of famous and sexy bodies. Choose one of these labels (or all at once) and apply on Sexual Color of Gabriel Wickbold, work scheduled to be shown in the second half of 2010, in New York. Pointing his lenses and projecting his pop light on a mixture of materials, organic or inorganic, onto human skin, the young, 25 year old photographer from São Paulo, reaches an unique way of seeing sexuality, covering to strip. He explains: ‘‘The paint is a protection and at the same time revealing. It covers a woman, but in character, reveals itself.’’ To achieve this effect, Brazilian personalities such as Adriane Galisteu, Fernanda Paes Leme, Didi Wagner, Natalia Rodrigues, Fernanda Souza, Adriana Bombom, Barbara Koboldt, and Carla Fiorito, undressed (the majority for the first time) and had their beautiful forms covered with chocolate, gouache, airbrush paint, synthetic hair, coconut vines, sand and makeup, not necessarily in that order. Dismissing stereotypes, Sexual Color reinvents and exports the Brazilian beauty in a format that you have never seen. Check it out and participate.

The project Sexual Colors is his maximum example. In it, women and men have their bodies intertwined in paints and threads in an explosion of colors, lights, transparency and details that reveal a true visual orgasm. For Gabriel, the atmosphere created by his images illustrates an extremely artistic eroticism. ‘‘Sexual Color is work that purely reflects sex art. It portrays everything i would like to perform in a nude photograph. Sexuality involves curiosity. It is no fun if it’s too explicit. Insinuating generates much more sex appeal then merely giving it away.’’


https://gabrielwickbold.carbonmade.com/

No Borders For Design (NBFD) is a furniture and décor accessories showroom of luxury Brazilian design manufacturers. It’s a multidisciplinary team in Sao Paulo and Miami that only select brands that meet the requirements of the international market. Some of the exclusive, high-end brands available in our US showroom include Empório Beraldin, Luhome, Mac Móveis, Santa Monica Rugs, Silvia Heringer, Vermeil, Oliver and Effyis Design.

These are high-end brands that are sought after world-wide in upscale markets. No borders for design is prepared to thrill and energize the US Market.

The showroom is located in the Moore Building, at the Miami Design District. There you will find the most sophisticated, contemporary, and boldly designed products made in Brazil.
http://www.nbfdesign.com/

Waterfront Key Biscayne spec home hits the market for $12M 

SOLD! 

A modern, two-story home in Key Biscayne is on the market for $12 million with a slated delivery date of next year. 


1080 Mariner Dr,Key Biscayne, FL 33149

6 beds 6.5 baths 6,215 sqf


This magnificent 6 bed 6.5 bath modern waterfront home features leading-edge architecture & amazing views of historical Cape Florida. Features include spacious open floor plan, high ceilings, imported oak flooring, Italian floor-to-ceiling doors, Delta lighting, Boffi bathrooms, & Bulthaup kitchen. Enjoy the sunsets from this gorgeous terrace and knife edge pool! 

Baths: 6 full, 1 half
Lot: 0.3 acres

Single Family

Built in 2015

13 days on Zillow

Views since listing: 1,133

All time views: 3,657

11 shoppers saved this home

Cooling: Central

Last sold: Apr 2012 for $4,100,000

Price/sqft: $1,931

MLS #: A10072460

Will be ready Spring 2017

Listing agent Alina de la Vega of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty told The Real Deal that the home is being built for the owner, but that the owner is willing to sell for the right offer. She declined to disclose the owner’s identity, but property records show 1080 Mariner LLC paid $4.1 million for the 12,900-square-foot lot in 2012. Before that, the owner rented the home that was formerly on the property for $15,000 a month. 

https://shar.es/1eVQDR

Best New Hotels in Miami 2014

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New hotels in Miami are a dime a dozen, but that doesn’t mean they’re all worth talking about, or, for that matter, staying in. After the Las Vegas Strip, Collins Avenue is the street most known for its large number of hotels. Historic buildings during the Art Deco era of the ‘20s and ‘30s put Miami Beach on the architectural map and earned the coastal city its land of neon reputation. Landmark buildings have shuddered their doors through the years and undergone facelifts, leaving their iconic façades untouched while converting the insides into contemporary wonders. Last year, new additions to Miami’s hospitality roster included The Gale & Regent Hotel, The James Royal, The Trump in Doral, and the swank SLS.

Vintro
Hippies will feel right at home upon entering Vintro and finding an air stream in the middle of the first floor garden. You’ll think you’re walking into a library when entering the elevator that’s wallpapered with books from top to bottom. Then let loose in your psychedelic chamber where nothing but glass separates the bed from the voyeur shower.

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http://www.adrianasassoon.me

adrisass@gmail.com

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The eBoyMIA Pixorama landing will take place at the Miami International Airport with a presentation of a big print of the Artwork on the walls of the MIA.

With 40 million passengers, 37,000 employees and 1,000 flights per day, the MIA is a platform generating great energy from and to these people associated with the level of professionalism that you can expect from an American airport.

Marsdesign & eBoy are contributing to the power of Art, mixing charismatic firms, people and fun to this incredible airport, the MIA, the Gateway to South America.

The eBoyMIA Pixorama will benefit a worldwide web release in November 2014 as a preview and contribution to Art Basel Miami 2014

eBoy is an art group founded in 1997 by Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital.

“We started working with pixels because we loved the idea of making pictures only for the screen. It’s the best way to get really sharp and clean looking results. Also, handling pixels is fun and you are forced to simplify and abstract things, which is a big advantage of this technique.”

marsdesign Miami is producing 2 majors Arts works in Miami this year:

eBoyMIA & eBoyMiami Pixoramas. The agency is taking care of the release, promotion and communication of these projects.

http://www.eboymia.com

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MIAMI 2020
Investing in the Future of Miami today will not only ensure a booming future, but will boost the local economy many times over.

The Port of Miami Tunnel project alone will provide over 170,000 jobs with $6.4 billion in wages and $17 billion in economic output. Brickell CityCentre will have an economic impact of approximately $1 billion with 1,700 construction jobs already in place, and more than 5,000 jobs once completed and will add $5.4 million in ad valorem taxes to Miami-Dade County alone.

Overall, the development and excitement that is brewing in Miami runs much deeper in providing a very bright and stable future for so many that will call this magic city home.

The Future of Miami starts today!

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SKYRISE MIAMI

Skyrise Miami will be a monumental 1000 ft hight, observation and entertainment tower.
Seattle has the Space Needle. In St. Louis, they have the Gateway Arch. And it looks like SkyRise Miami is next. The The 1,000 foot observation tower will include an amusement-park style ride that quickly drops people down its side, a 550-foot bungee jump, a ballroom, moving movie theater and, because it’s Miami, a nightclub.

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Brickell Magazine, January 2014, has put together a concise list of project selling today and about to be released on a map, highlighting a before and after scenario demonstrating the caliber of investment Miami is attracting. This is just Downtown and Brickell neighborhoods but the most sophisticated and luxury projects are located in Miami Beach and Sunny Isles Beach.
This depiction of Miami’s skyline could become a reality sooner than you might think, and what’s on the horizon is sure to forever change the way the world looks at out metropolis.

Click below to view Brickell’s Magazine featured content about Downtown Miami and Brickell, a list of current and upcoming projects to be build in the coming years, although some of these projects are now under construction today. This is to give an idea of the endless opportunities available in Miami.

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http://www.adrianasassoon.me

adrisass@gmail.com