By Kiley Faulkner | April 13, 2020 | Home & Real Estate
HOLLY HUNT brings the heat to Miami Art Week with buzzy new creations and collabs.
While Miami Art Week is most widely known as the launchpad for Art Basel, there’s a lot more to the annual extravaganza than its signature event. Teeming with buzzworthy parties, globe-trotting guests and, of course, artists and art lovers galore, the weeklong celebration is also known for spotlighting the latest and greatest in interior design. At the most recent edition of Miami Art Week, perhaps the most comprehensive design debut came from HOLLY HUNT. A purveyor of fine home furnishings, HOLLY HUNT is synonymous with streamlined aesthetics and perfect proportions. The brand first developed a reputation for showcasing avant-garde, international designers, and later began designing and producing its own product lines. With Executive Creative Director Joannah Kornak at the helm, HOLLY HUNT brought the wow factor to Miami.
The Vladimir Kagan sculpted sofa table boasts a close-fitting curve and is customizable to match curved sofas of any size.
During the 2019 event, the company launched multiple collaborations as well as an original furniture collection, with all products housed in its showroom in Miami’s Design District. The HOLLY HUNT Studio collection debuted new furniture designs that utilize softer shapes and angles, including a lounge chair and a sectional sofa, as well as a sideboard, a dining table and three unique cocktail tables. Miami Art Week patrons got a sneak peek of the company’s plans to reproduce a select number of classic pieces by Vladimir Kagan, the lauded furniture designer beloved for his midcentury modern style. The iconic Erica chaise, originally designed in 1969, was among the seven pieces reintroduced in Miami. Glass artist Alison Berger introduced four new pieces to her HOLLY HUNT lighting collection, which range from a tear-shaped bronze pendant influenced by her interest in geometric principles to a crystal pendulum chandelier inspired by Galileo’s studies of time. Jewelry maker Eva Zuckerman, founder of the Eva Fehren brand, has expanded her offerings to include home accessories. Her new line comprises five objets d’art—think modular trays, marble vases, standing glass gems and a tabletop sculpture. Since the Miami debut, HOLLY HUNT has rolled out these collections across its many showrooms and will continue to do so through the spring season. 1025 N. Stemmons Freeway, Ste. 590, hollyhunt.com
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