British Designer, Faye Toogood, launched her third furniture collection, Delicate Interference: Assemblage 3, exclusively with Phillips de Pury & Company during the 2011 London Design Festival.
The series examines iridescence as a natural optical force through new and recontextualised works in bronze, aluminium, steel, glass and resin. By a touch of alchemy she uses man-made materials to create a natural phenomenon, mimicking nature’s ability to attract and protect through the refraction of light.
The entire series is on view at Phillips de Pury’s, Brook Street gallery with Studio Toogood directing the exhibition design. All works in the collection are available exclusively through Phillips de Pury.
"Faye Toogood has developed one of the most compelling catalogues of design work in recent years. Her latest, Assemblage 3: Delicate Interference, offers an intelligent, timely study of material, form and finish. We are thrilled to be a part of this watershed exhibition for Faye." Brent Dzekciorius, Director of Retail Operations, Phillips de Pury & Company.