Design Miami Basel 2016 confirmed the current trend among designers to create artistic designs in limited series, emphasising the historic origins with presentations of historic pieces, such as the series of pop designs from the 1970s by Lapo Binazzi, Florentine architect from the radical period, shown by Milan gallery, Era studio. R&Company, New York gallery famous for classical US design, hosted a series of previously unseen pop designs by Wendell Castle. The Memo gallery in Brazil, one of the many South American galleries that added a particular appeal to the Miami edition of Art Basel, showed a series of wooden furniture, roughly hewn in primitive style by Ugo Franca. Special mention, however, should go to the collection created for Fendi by Cristina Celestino, Milan-based architect and designer, who devised a new image of feminine comfort, based on soft shapes in shades of pink, with metal structural details stolen from earring designs. Arik Levy, industrial designer converted to artistic creations, worked on surfaces, creating new engravings in marble. In front of the new conference centre at the Hotel Faena, which is showing the famous gold leaf Mammoth skeleton by Damien Hirst on its beach, stood a fairytale tree, created by Studio Job, with a castle caught up in its branches and at the top, a golden jug, miraculously hanging from a stream of milk.