The Most Captivating Pieces at NOMAD St. Moritz 2019

The art and design fair brings global galleries to a historic Swiss mansion to display blue-chip from past and present.

Design world glitterati, mark your calendars: this year’s edition of NOMAD St. Moritz returning to the alpine village of Samedan, Switzerland, from Feb. 7–11, is not to be missed. Founded by luxury brand consultant Giorgio Pace and curator Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte, the showcase, which also has a spring edition in Monaco, features 18 international galleries exhibiting contemporary art, rare early-20th-century furniture pieces, and cutting-edge objets across the rooms of Chesa Planta, a historic patrician home. Heavyweights participating this year include Etage Projects, Nilufar, and Almine Rech, among others. Here are the pieces we’re most excited about.

Massimo de Carlo

Mushroom Carpet by Carsten Höller.

Carwan Gallery

Sand Chair Series by Kueng Caputo.

Photography by Chihiro Owaki.

Almine Rech Gallery

Renaissance d’Olivier (2018) by Setsuko Klossowska de Rola.


Sedia di Venere Quattordicenne (1979) by Ugo Marano.

Galleria Luisa Delle Piane

Mirage #4 (2015) by Giorgia Zanellato.

Etage Projects

Coffee Table #01 (2019) by Bahraini-Danish.

Photography by Daniele Iodice.

Nilufar Gallery

Bamboo Collection Bookshelf by Osanna Visconti di Modrone.

Functional Art Gallery

Body Buddies by BNAG.

Hunter Harrison

Untitled (2018) by Soojin Kang.

Galleria Paola Colombari

Archipel Cabinet (1994) by Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti.

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