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Design Miami

A prototype of a clear resin chaise longue, created by Joris Laarman from General Motors’ software, sold for almost $50,000 on the first day of the show. (Tim McAfee)
A textile and felt chair by Fernando and Humberto Campana. (Moss Gallery)
A Max Ingrand stainless-steel desk, made circa 1966, was also on display during the three-day Design Miami show. (Sebastian + Barquet)
This ceramic totem, one of 10 like it made by Ettore Sottsass in 1964, costs $40,000. (Nilufar Gallery Milano)
Yours for a mere $2.5 million. (Adam Reich)