Design Miami/ shares 2022 programming highlights

Design Miami/ announced a series of programming highlights from its exhibitors, partners and collaborators for the 18th edition of the flagship fair.

USM Modular Furniture presents USM NYC by Ben Ganz, a collaboration with PIN–UP Home (1)

The fair takes place in Pride Park, opposite the Miami Beach Convention Center, from November 30 – December 4, 2022, with Preview Day on November 29. The theme for this edition, selected by curatorial director Maria Cristina Didero, is The Golden Age: Looking to the Future.

“We’re thrilled to present one of our most exciting fair programs yet. I would like to thank all of our collaborators, both new and returning, who have responded to our theme in extraordinary and innovative ways, coming together to create a show that will ignite inspiration and provoke thought as we consider what the future of design could look like,” says Jen Roberts, CEO, Design Miami/.

At this year’s Design Miami/, Audi presents a new immersive and experiential digital installation in cooperation with digital artist and designer Andrés Reisinger. The new work is inspired by the Audi grandsphere concept*, an outlook to the future of premium mobility by Audi.

This year, FENDI has invited Vienna-based artist Lukas Gschwandtner to make a new body of work. The series, called Triclinium, which consists of wearable canvas sculptures referencing historical portraits of women reclining on furniture, is now infused by Gschwandtner’s interest and attachment to the history of ancient Rome, ‘The Eternal City’ where Fendi was founded, its art and its architecture as translated through mediated imagery.

Kohler unveils a partnership with global artist/designer, Nada Debs. Together, they present Trancendence, a custom hammam that will offer a three-room immersive experience for visitors to Design Miami/2022. The installation, along with various onsite and digital activations, pays homage to cultural inclusivity, environmental sustainability, and heritage through design and innovation.

The event will also present installations from Maison Perrier-Jouët, Dolce&Gabbana, Orient Express, Miami Design District, Panerai, Grand Seiko, USM Modular Furniture, AIG Private Client Group, and Bottega Veneta.

​Tickets are now available to purchase. ​To learn more about the 18th edition of Design Miami/, visit