Nilufar Gallery, in collaboration with Galerie Balice Hertling, presents the 3rd SQUAT Edition in Beirut. SQUAT is an innovative concept that combines design, art and architecture giving life to new original high standard domestic landscapes.
Shiro Kuramata (1934-1991) was one of the most influential Japanese designers of the 20th century. His unique approach married the traditional Japanese design aesthetic with Western design princi- ples of Postmodernism.
Sotheby’s presents Les Lalanne: The Poetry of Sculpture, a selling exhibition featuring works by Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, curated by Paul Kasmin and Michael Shvo, in the New York S|2 private sales gallery from 31 October through 22 November 2013.
Gallery Libby Sellers is showing Spaces In Between - a group show curated by the award-winning designer Aldo Bakker.
Volume Gallery is pleased to present the Wrong Chairs by design collaborative Norman Kelley. Kelley’s Wrong Chairs purposefully disrupt the notion of “correctness” through the iconic Windsor chair.
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Cristina Grajales Gallery is presenting the second solo exhibition in the United States of work by Hechizoo, Voyages/Explorations.
Every angle of a Wendell Castle piece reveals new information. Viewed from afar, these hybrid forms seem to defy categorization. The voluminous organic curves that appear to grow from the floor itself are at once inviting and perplexing – what is our relation to the piece?
Industry Gallery presents the second solo exhibition of work by New York City-based designer Chris Rucker. For Rucker’s solo debut in Los Angeles, he has created a new series of his Quilt Slipcover Chairs–hand-sewn quilts made from packing blankets, tailored to fit over his basic chairs fabricated from oriented strand board (OSB).
From 27 September — 2 November 2013 Hedge will host the exhibition, Shadows by Welsh potter Paul Philp featuring 30 works, some of which have been released from the artist’s personal reserve and are being exhibited for the first time.
The Groninger Museum will present the first large-scale solo exhibition of the work of Jaime Hayon . Hayon is one of the most acclaimed designers of his generation. His work consists of autonomous and applied projects, across various disciplines such as ceramics, wood, glass, textiles, product, furniture and interior design.
‘Grandmateria III’ is the next chapter of a story that began with the gallery’s launch exhibition during the London Design Festival 2007. The title alludes to the mythologies of the Philosopher's stone: a stone said to have alchemical powers to transmute lead into gold.
Gallery Libby Sellers is pleased to present the Copper Mirror Series by Norwegian-born, London-based designers Amy Hunting and Oscar Narud.
The Australian designer Charles Trevelyan initially studied materials engineering, majoring in physics and chemistry. This led him to explore the properties of ceramics, glass, plastics and composites. His scientific training does not seem to have been enough as he completed it with a year at the Beaux-Arts where he learned sculpture, three dimensional design and graphics.