Design Miami

Miami / Florida


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We designed an immersive installation that doubled as a talks theater for Design/Miami in partnership with Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. We used the theater to unveil a new initiative by The United Nations to bring awareness to their 2030 Agenda to combat climate change.


Lindsey Adelman's cherry bomb chandelier welcomed visitors at the entrance. A true friend and great collaborator!

The theater-in-the-round hosted Designing for Sustainability, a discussion series in which esteemed designers, architects, and educators scrutinized issues surrounding the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and ultimately gave the UN a platform to spread and amplify their message about combatting climate change to major design influencers.

UN-inspired theater in the round made of spruce with furniture by Tyler Hayes, founder of BDDW, chandeliers by Lindsey Adelman and Plant the Future, and with wall mural by Andie Dinkin.

We commissioned artist Andie Dinkin to create a 110-foot art installation wrapping the entire room and depicting scenes across continents that emphasize our interconnectedness.


The UN speaks up and educates us about the urgency for action


Dinkin's painting was also a live performance as she painted throughout the talks series.