Designers introduced colorful characters and explored left-field materials

There seemed to be a collective loosening up amongst the gallery curators at the 2015 edition of Design Miami/. The annual design collectors' fair, which runs concurrently to Miami's Art Basel, has been a more serious affair since the recession. Many of the galleries stuck to presenting time-tested classics or contemporary work that was a bit safer in the past, but the creative spark returned for 2015 in shapes, materials and colors, and many galleries opted to present work that was quirky and different.

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