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Vera Szekely - Traces by Daniel Léger
Claude Aïello became his own master, and since the 1980s, has specialized in the production of ceramic pieces with international designers as Ronan Bouroullec, Christian Ghion, Mathieu Lehanneur...
Hervé Dixneuf and Grégory Blain, who joined forces in 2007 to create the “Atelier BL119”, make up an atypical duo, far from the usual line of strategy one comes across in the work of young designers.
An exhaustive appraisal of designer Christian Ghion's work. This book examines his numerous fields of intervention (design of objets, furniture, architecture and interior design...).
Each destination is a source of inspiration and creation for Nestor Perkal, designer and traveller. The jewellery he creates comes from every one of his experiences as well as his quest for pictures, objects and colours.
For The Tyranny of Objects some artists are invited to show indomitable objects that cast a critical light on our rational, constraining or downright authoritarian production patterns.
A fifteen years period of creation by the French designer Christophe Pillet. Text by Olivier Reneau in English.
This book presents a ten year collaboration in furniture creation between the French creators Domeau and Pérès, and some well-known designers.
Concrete by the French designer Martin Szekely, is an original project for a new and unexpected furniture, made of concrete.
In this book, Jasper Morrison presents the interior of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Bordeaux, which houses collections of exceptional objects from the 17th and 18th centuries.
This book presents Carrara tables, original adjustable low tables created by the designer Jasper Morrison with a text in English by Laurence Mauderli.
Champions is a collection of lacquered tables with float glass tops and an aluminum structure. German designer Konstantin Grcic derived his graphics from “High Performance” sports equipment.
When a French designer, David Dubois, is given a wild card for the complete furnishing of ” room n° 3”, in the Villa Noailles at Hyeres ( South of France).
Three bold projects for a lamp called Liseuse, by three young European designers : David Dubois, Adrien Rovero, Big-Game.
Five pieces of furniture designed by Andrée Putman for Litton Furniture (very exclusive cabinet makers).
This volume of “Les Cahiers” collection presents the history of the Anneau siège, Pierre Paulin’s final creation for Ligne Roset, shortly before his death in June 2009.
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