Design Miami is celebrating its tenth anniversary this December with a bumper line-up of new galleries and exhibitions.
This year's show will feature a new Design Curio exhibition strand, and a "Design Visionary" award.
Design Curio comprises four independently curated "contemporary cabinets of curiosity", exploring the widest possible view of design practice from science and technology, to handcraft, and from unrealized prototypes to esoteric collections.
Architect Peter Marino has been named the fair's "Design Visionary" for his professional body of work and the influence he has had on the worlds of design, art and the decorative arts.
Marino's clients have included Andy Warhol and Yves Saint Laurent as well as luxury houses such as Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton and Bulgari.
An exhibition featuring a display space designed by the architect will showcase antique and contemporary chairs from his collection, architectural maquettes and images, and his series of cast bronze boxes.
Meanwhile, Minneapolis-based designer Jonathan Muecke has been commissioned to create the Pavilion for the show.
Design Miami runs December 3-7.