Miami’s most fashionable interior design firm, Modani hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 8, 2012 at their one-of-a kind flagship showroom. The latest space boasted oversized white glossy columns and ornate floor to ceiling murals. The chic event attracted local industry people and fashionistas who chilled to a DJ spinning euro beats at the outdoor parking lot converted into a club style lounge. Inside on the ground floor many of Modani’s new products were featured as well as the core collections. A standout piece was the outdoor plastic oversized Baroque style “Queen of Love” chair. The exaggerated design, much like the eccentric flair of predecessor designer, Philippe Stark was remarkable.
If your not familiar with Modani, it was launched in 2007 by three Parisians; Nathan Cohen, Steven Athea and Yonel Fellous. The idea was to take high-end furniture trends and create designs that were fashionable, contemporary with luxe value, yet keep them affordable. All of which, has attributed to their escalated success during the economic downfall. The extensive line embraces versatile and innovative pieces, such as; sofa sectionals, convertible dining tables, platform storage beds, rugs, lighting fixtures, art and accessories. One functionally cool piece, is the Cavana storage bed from Italy, equipped with a unique hydraulic system that includes sufficient storage space underneath the mattress. Another exclusive design is the T3 Cube Table that converts from a console, to a square table, then to an eight-foot dining table. Each collection has broad appeal offering selections from Neo-Baroque, eclectic, ultra modern to minimalist Zen concepts.
Modani appeals to a variety of moguls, developers and celebrities including Trump and Sean Combs. You can shop online at www.modani.com or check out the hot new showroom located at 2898 Biscayne Boulevard.