Call it Artmosphere – Avant Gallery Enters the World of Interior Design with a Splashy Art-Fueled Project at the Porsche Tower

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Avant Gallery has officially launched Artmosphere — a bespoke interior design and fine art curatorial service. It is a platform for bespoke projects offering exceptional interior design services, selective sourcing of fine luxury furnishings and high-end lighting, inspirational décor and accessories, and world-class fine art, all fueled by Avant’s customers’ drive to live passionately.

The project started by decorating a $5.5 million residence at the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles. The project uses many exclusive works from artists represented by Avant Gallery and furnishings from a variety of sources including a collaborative line of Brazilian contemporary furniture called Joia by Uultis.

Photo Credit: Jason Juliano

The Porsche Design Tower needs no introduction and is one of many luxury branded residences making its way to Miami. Known for having car elevators that connect to street level in the apartments, Avant began their artwork there with a Nick Veasey X-ray image of a Porsche and a BNS street art painting. The pieces were chosen to emphasize the identity of Porsche and the lifestyle of a sports car lover.

The garage opens into the living room which is designed for entertaining. The artwork includes pieces by young pop artist Skyler Grey (including a limited-edition rug), a Mickey Lagerfeld sculpture, a Pez painting, a sculpture by Josh Mayhem featuring KAWS, and Becky Rosa’s “Birkream.”

Photo Credit: Jason Juliano

Artmosphere designed and curated each room in the residence with a bespoke approach, from the sensual calm in the bedrooms adorned with images by renowned photographers Tim Tadder and Guy le Baube, to the "Big Money '' wall sculpture by Paul Rousso juxtaposed with a Mandala tondo painting by Juan Restrepo, appropriately placed in the home office for inspiration underlined with equilibrium. Each mood was set to create a dialogue with mid-century-inspired furniture that speaks to the utilitarian aesthetics. Other notable works throughout the project include a gallery hall that features a signed limited-edition print of Frank Sinatra by Terry O’Neill, a Marcos Anziani oil on canvas, a suite of unique Chanel-inspired silk screens depicting Olive Oyl by Skyler Grey, and oil paintings by Daniel Adel.

Photo Credit: Jason Juliano

For more information on the Porsche Design Tower residence, please visit Artmosphere’s website.

For more information on Avant Gallery, please visit their website, like them on Facebook or follow them on Instagram at @avantgallery.

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