Perrier-Jouët‘s Art Basel events are always a coveted invite amongst all the happenings. This year was no different. Perrier-Jouët’s L’Eden created an enchanted extension of The Strand Garden seen at Design Miami for me. Casa Faena was transformed into an enchanting immersive experience of oversized palms, ceiling plants. orchids, secret rooms, theatrical performances and of course an abundance of champagne. Every night we expected the unexpected.
My favorite thing had to be the out of this world photo booths. They came complete with fun creative direction from the handlers of the booths. So when you were at a loss for what to do, they had your back. I love a photo booth situation and once again Perrier-Jouët knocks it out of the park with their multi-camera setup. L’Eden is so immersive and chic I went on three different days and saw something different each time. From celebrities to Wilhelmina models, L’Eden had it all.
Over at Design Miami as a tribute to Belle Epoque, Andrew Kudless created 3D-printed art for the Perrier-Jouët booth. I got to speak to Andrew about his inspiration and the process. 3D-printing still kind of blows me away. The ice bucket you see above, formed from ground Chardonnay Skins. The screens encapsulating the booth from the hustle and bustle of the rest of Design Miami, made of white oak. Loved the experience of nature at my fingertips with both this amazing installation and L’Eden’s wild nights.
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