The art of the gathering is among the most delicate and precarious of them all. It’s nearly impossible to perfect, and almost reliably easy to soil: so much depends upon the symphonic variables of a dinner table– the physicality of the gatherers, the delectability of the food, the warmth of the conversation, the spirits of the space. This year, epochal porcelain brand GINORI 1735 honors the art of the gathering with their fourth iteration of their REBORN PROJECT at Design Miami/Miami Beach. Curated by Frédéric Chambre, the project invites a cabre of ten international artists and designers to filter iconic white porcelain tableware and other iconic GINORI 1735 objects through their own lens. This will be the first year that the REBORN PROJECT takes place in Miami, after being held in Paris, Milan, and London in previous years.Entirely handmade, individually signed by the artist, and accompanied by a GINORI 1735 authenticity certificate, each piece pays homage to the brand’s Italian artisanal roots while demonstrating a commitment to innovation.