Henge presents the new collection at Miami Art Basel 

On the occasion of the annual venue of Miami Art Basel, Henge shares this immersive creative environment, displaying the magnetic force of its collection, enriched with new crafted excellences, new precious materials and unexplored finishes. The brand communicates its distinct, strong identity into the sophisticated ambience of Solesdi showroom, located in the heart of the exclusive Miami’s Design District.

The incisive sculptural composition of the suspended Starlight, realized from antique sandcasting bronze and in black burnished brass, the geometrical game of intersections of the Polygonal lights and the handcrafted AirLight chandelier, realized by master glassmakers of Murano, are the expressions of the wide compositional possibilities. The eclecticism of the juxtapositions foresees daring and harmonious matches of rare marbles and stones with brass and silver, ancient techniques and natural treatments. 

In the center of the living space, a combination of Primitive and Twistable coffee tables, an original, fascinating ensemble created by the organic porosity of the white Ostuni stone, emphasized by the close contact with the surface in burnished platinum. The Opus and Lailand sofas complete the space. Both have a strong personality with their generous, deep seats offering comfort and charm: the modern compact shape of Opus and the light structure of Lailand, with sandcasting bronze feet. The proportions of Hexagon and Voyage armchairs are enhanced by the exclusive quality of leather and fabric coverings. The low cabinet Side-X EVO is an example of the concise compendium of multiple encounters: inside the black eucalyptus thermos-treated wood, the top in veined Cappuccino marble and outside in hand burnished platinum.

Iconic pieces displayed are the Mushroom coffee tables, creation of the Studio Yabu Pushelberg, the Bistrot modular metal bookcase, expression of Henge’s style. Along the wall the Tangram, polygonal modular forms in black burnish brass, that give flexibility to vertical or horizontal configurations. 

In the dining area the elegant silhouette of the Savannah chairs, designed by the Irish architect Stephen Tierney, in black wood and dark gray slate nabuk alternate with the robustness of the Ex-tra chairs around the Saetta table.  Henge brings to Miami a refined taste, a passionate research about expressiveness of natural materials lingering on exclusive methods of craft that empower all as the-one-a kind pieces.