The starry scene at last year’s Art Basel Miami Beach was burnished by Ralph Pucci International, which hosted the stateside launch of a new collection by India Mahdavi. The architect’s Eclipse table was produced by century-old lacquer artisans L’Atelier Midavaine using nearly 20 layers. “To combine precise geometric patterns with lacquer is a technical feat,” Mahdavi says. The design established a unifying motif, with variations magnified in murals painted within the space and across the showroom’s facade. Hints of the pattern graced the upholstered seat of Cap Martin, a rattan seating family with a ’50s French Riviera vibe. The green scheme touched signatures like Jet Lag, Mahdavi’s first sofa, with diagonally bisected cushions, and Bishop, her enameled ceramic tables that love to cluster.
India Mahdavi and Ralph Pucci International Collaborate on a Beach Chic Collection
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