16 Things to See at 2017 Design Miami/ and Art Basel Miami Beach

The new by , the first U.S. project by the Madrid-based firm. Photography by Iwan Baan.

The just-opened boutique in the by.

A rendering of “Slow-Moving Luminaries" by, unveiling Dec. 6 at Oceanfront Miami Beach Drive. Photography courtesy of Audemars Piguet.

penthouse for at , Dec. 1-18. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

“Floral Neck Couture,” a new 25-foot-tall mural in by .

and penthouse for  at , Dec. 1-18. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Escort of the Night bedside table by , through , a nonprofit supporting emerging Lebanese designers that’s showing for the first time at , part of the fair’s .

“Chroma,” a mobile museum by Venezuelan artist  presented by , at , Miami Beach, Dec. 6-10. Photography courtesy of SCAD.

The Kiss lamp in Cor-Ten steel by , through , first time exhibiting at.

penthouse for at , Dec. 1-18. Photography by Kris Tamburello.

Suite of 1940’s Albert Frey furniture salvaged from Frey House 1, through gallery, first time exhibiting at .

furniture prototype in walnut, ash and cherry by for the in Zambia by , , and , joint winners of the 2017, being displayed at the entry to .

Components of “The Edge of What We Know,” an installation by at , part of the fair’s . Photography by Lauren Coleman.

 A sketch by of his lounge for  at . The oversize tree sculpture debuted earlier this year at with bare branches, but will appear in Miami in full bloom.

“Isolation Sphere,” from 1971, by Maurice-Claude Vidili, through , first time exhibiting at .

“All the Nightmares Came Today” in bamboo and cord by  through at .