Price is the last information you should look for when approaching art design, collectible design or functional art. But seven gallerists shared the secret info for some iconic pieces that should be on your whish list even if you are not a collectible design collector. Industry experts know very well the value of this particular category of objects, but if you are new to the subject let us explain what it makes it so special.
Collectible is not consumeristic (unless you are a serial collector), and this makes it sustainable: you would think twice before discarding a piece of furniture that you gave value to. Limited editions are very much like art pieces: gesture, thought, consciousness, meaning, craftsmanship and time is what gives them shape. Handmade pieces are ethical and more human: and you can see this. Vintage design means bringing history and an epoch's philosophy within your living space: it tells you of ideals and stories that should be recounted today.
Objects can be powerful tools if they bring their creator’s adventures with them: you want to have magical objects in your living space. Collectible objects match with almost anything, no matter your style and taste. We called some of the finest collectible design galleries to come up with a wish list for these holidays: Maniera, Carwan Gallery, Nilufar, Gallery Fumi, Rossana Orlandi, Etage Projects and Galleria Rossella Colombari. Browse the gallery and start reconsidering your design ideas.