Serving as a luxurious haven during the frenzy of Art Basel, the AD Oasis will be located for the first time at The James Royal Palm Hotel in South Beach. Designer Mark Cunningham will transform the hotel grounds to reflect the beach-inspired, colorful lifestyle of Miami using natural colors and textures and various shades of blue for a bright, happy and glamorous vibe.
"We are excited to be collaborating with Architectural Digest on the AD Oasis for the third year in a row,” said Cunningham. “Immediately upon stepping outside of The James Royal Palm Hotel, you are hit by the bold blue color of the Miami sea and sky, and I couldn’t help but be inspired by that for this year’s design."
“Architectural Digest is thrilled to once again create a haven for art lovers to relax in a chic, luxurious environment while they’re visiting Art Basel and Design Miami,” said Giulio Capua, vice president and publisher of Architectural Digest. “The AD Oasis will feature great food, drink, and decor, as well as art-inspired programming. Mark Cunningham and his team have outdone themselves yet again.”
To create this year’s AD Oasis, Cunningham will work with partners including AT&T, KOHLER, Caesarstone, Dedon, Dyson, Kim Crawford Wines and Sunbrella fabrics among others.
A full schedule of AD Oasis events will be released December 2.
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