R 20th Century presents the work of The Haas Brothers, as well as Greta Magnusson Grossman, Joaquim Tenreiro, Christian Wassmann, David Wiseman and Jeff Zimmerman at DesignMiami/ Basel.
R 20th Century is currently hosting a retrospective exhibition on the Swedish-American designer and architect Greta Magnusson Grossman.
‘Designing the Middle East: Beirut’ features for the first time in the UK, the work of Lebanese designer, Karen Chekerdjian.
Chekerdjian set up her studio in 2001, which organically evolved from a conceptual think-tank to a production-oriented entity, focusing on the making of furniture and everyday objects.
The second DeTnk report emerges at an interesting time for collectible design. On the one hand, the financial crisis appears to be deepening, with consequences for discretionary spending likely to be felt globally. On the other, the art market seems to rise ever higher above the fray, drawing the wealthy to invest with increasing enthusiasm in what appears a safe haven for capital.
On Thursday the 6th on June 2013 Pierre Bergé will present a sale of 21st Century Design. Lots offered include a breath of items ranging from modern to contemporary design.
Notable designers include: Louis Durot, Julian Mayor, Pol Quadens, Elisabeth Garouste, Frank O. Gehry, Philippe Starck, Gio Ponti, Adolf Loos, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann, Jean Royère
On Monday the 27th of May 2013 Pierre Bergé will present a sale of Scandinavian Design. While this auction presents design objects at significantly lower price points, it will be interesting to see if it is able to pull the same amount of enthusiasm seen at the recent Scandinavian Design Auction at Wright in Chicago - which brought in a total of $1.5 million.
Wright is delighted to present Harry Bertoia: Masterworks from the Standard Oil Commission on June 6, 2013 at 12 pm central. These works have never before been presented at auction.
In 1974, Harry Bertoia was commissioned by the Standard Oil Company to create sculptures for the plaza of their building, a modern skyscraper designed by architect Edward Durrell Stone.
The venture started life as a European project; Lauber and Jeglinska invited six designers, whose work they were familiar with, to take part in the inaugural show presented during the London Design Festival 2012.
Ifeanyi Oganwu could pass for a designer of his time. Using digital design and novel fabrication techniques to develop his projects, this London- based affable young designer was born in nigeria and trained in the best schools of architecture across the globe.