Herzog & de Meuron's 1111 Lincoln Road parking garage—wonderful mix of cast-in-place concrete slabs and luxury shopping:

Josh Owen's menorah caught my eye in Bobby Berke's shop—it's solid, simple and ceremonial, with an integrated tray to catch all the wax!

Lisa Roberts, Cooper-Hewitt Board of Trustees member and I had an exciting time experiencing our very own rapid prototyping at Luminaire—Francois Brument's one of a kind vessels result from sound waves combined with digital 3-D modeling techniques. Through the efforts of Nasir and Nargis Kassamali and with the generous support of 3D Systems, proceeds from the sale of works from this installation will benefit cancer research and support in Miami, Florida. We can't wait to see our creations!

Design of the year, Konstantin Grcic’s Netscape at all hours, Barbara Pine as model.

Kiki van Eijk’s imaginative glass creations.

Lisa Roberts tests out some of the jewelry design pieces.

Jeff Zimmerman’s installation at R 20th Century.

Cooper-Hewitt group hears details about the Parking Garage from Herzog & De Meuron architects.

Cooper-Hewitt Board of Trustees member Claudia Kotchka races by the futuristic wheels in front of the 5th floor shop at Herzog & de Meuron’s Parking Garage

Frank Gehry’s New World Symphony.

Beatriz Milhazes’ ceramic tiled floor at Art Basel.

Al Hencken, Odile Hainaut, Del Acosta, Gail Goldberg, Alex Fung and Debbie Ahn enjoy some bubbly at the VIP Lounge of Design Miami.

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