Avant Gallery has officially launched Artmosphere — a bespoke interior design and fine art curatorial service. The professionals at Artmosphere develop and execute full interior design concepts, including fine art, luxury furniture, high-end lighting, décor and objet d’art.
Miami, FL April 16, 2022 –(PR.com)– The project started with a spacious $5.5 million residence at the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles, with the Avant touch spiraling throughout the 38th story cloud-kissed unit as well as its attached car elevator-powered garage and oceanfront balcony pool. It was an exhibit and calling card, a showcase and a manifesto of the Artmosphere ethos: Live Passionately.
The Porsche Residence
A tour of the residence reveals the sometimes bold, sometimes subtle, always expert eye of Avant’s curatorial and design team, demonstrating the daring approach we can come to expect from Artmosphere.
Being the Porsche Design Tower, it all begins in the garage, which is connected to street level by a car elevator. Here, the artwork includes a Nick Veasey diamond-dusted X-ray image of a Porsche and a BNS street art painting. These pieces awaken the vibrancy, energy and adventure of the Porsche lifestyle.
The garage looks out directly into the living room. Here, the tone becomes even more playful, lending the room to entertaining and making memories. There are pieces by the young prodigy pop artist Skyler Grey including a limited-edition rug and a sculpture featuring his creation, Mickey Lagerfeld, a painting by Pez, a sculpture by Josh Mayhem featuring KAWS, and Becky Rosa’s “Birkream” — a whimsical sculpture reimagining a pink Birkin bag as a melting scoop of ice cream in a waffle cone.
The gallery hallway leads off through the rest of the residence, giving an opportunity to continue the major themes while providing a transitional aesthetic. It features:
● a rare, signed photo of Frank Sinatra by the legendary Terry O’Neill
● a Marcos Anziani oil on canvas