15 Objects We Wanted to Buy at The Salon Art + Design

Every November, the Park Ave Armory turns into the home of The Salon Art + Design. A Sanford L. Smith produced event, the Salon presents some of the world’s best design, both modern and contemporary and is complemented by blue-chip modern art. This year, the Salon features more than 50 leading art and design galleries from 11 different countries. The Salon Art + Design will run through November 13 and you can purchase tickets here.

 

From spectacular creations by young designers to 20th century and contemporary lighting, the Salon has art and objects for every palette. Here are 15 inspiring objects that caught our eye during the press preview.

 

…the Turquoise Collection by KAM TIN at the Maison Rapin Booth

 

 

David Gill Gallery’s entire booth

 

 

La Sauterelle by François-Xavier Lalanne at the Galerie Chastel-Maréchal booth

 

 

… Prism mirror by Hervé Langlais at the Negropontes booth

 

 

…this Pankalangu side-table by Trent Jansen at the Gallery All booth

 

 

…also at the Gallery All booth, Trent Jansen’s Hairy Wild Man From Botany Bay Chandelier

 

 

Michael Eden Romanesco Vases Adrian Sassoon at the booth

 

 

…Dutch inspired works by Royal Tichelaar Makkum at the Priveekollektie Contemporary Art booth

 

 

…also at the Priveekollektie Contemporary Art booth ‘The Melting Series’ created by Reinier Bosch

 

 

…Frank Buchwald’s Machine Lamp No. 01 Chesterfield Gallery at the booth

 

 

…Rowan Mersh’s Placuna Anima Maris Gallery Fumi at the booth

 

 

…Philippe Pastor’s Monaco, 1961 at the De Jonckheere booth

 

 

…this Black Chaise at the Todd Merrill Studio booth

 

 

…this gorgeous chandelier by Frida Fjellman at the Hostler Burrows booth

 

 

…Gino Sarfatti’s Arteluce, 1970 at the Galerie Kreo booth

 


top image // courtesy of David Gill Gallery instagram

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