One of the most expected, relevant international events, able to gather worldwide design and architecture community, returns to Miami Art Basel’s annual art venue at its 14th edition.

On the event of Miami Art Basel’s annual art venue, Henge shares the immersive surroundings, displaying its collection’s magnetism, enriched with substances that are new, crafted excellences and finishes that are unexplored. Its own distinct identity is communicated by the brand to Solesdi showroom’s ambiance.

The incisive sculptural composition of the suspended Starlight, recognized from classic sandcasting bronze and also in black , the geometrical match of intersections of those Polygonal lights along with the handmade AirLight chandelier, accomplished by master glassmakers of Murano, are the expressions of huge compositional possibilities. The juxtapositions’ eclecticism foresees compatible and daring matches of stone and marbles with historical methods and silver, brass and remedies that are organic.

At the middle of this living room, a distinctive combo of Twistable and Primitive coffee tables ensemble made by the porosity of this snowy Ostuni rock, highlighted by contact with the burnished platinum surface. The space is completed by the Lailand and Opus couches. Both have Lailand’s arrangement and a very strong character with their chairs offering charm and comfort: the streamlined silhouette of Opus, together with sandcasting toes.

Voyage and Hexagon armchairs’ proportions are emphasized by the quality of cloth and leather coverings. The cupboard Side-X EVO is a good illustration of numerous encounters’ compendium: within the black eucalyptus wood, and the top in Cappuccino marble and burnished platinum. Pieces exhibited are the coffee tables, production of Studio Yabu Pushelberg, the Bistrot metal bookcase that is modular, expression of the style of Henge. Together the wall the Tangram forms in burnished black brass, which give flexibility to configurations. From the dining room the shape of the Savannah seats, designed from the architect Stephen Tierney, in dim slate and wood nabuk alternative. Henge Brings to Miami a study about expressiveness of natural materials lingering on procedures of craft which enable all as unique pieces.