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Portfolio : from Rick Owens to Robert Stadler, Carpenters Workshop Gallery presents its greatest and newest designers’ artpieces

 

Andrea Branzi, Ingrid Donat, Rick Owens, Robert Stadler, and more : The photographer Mehdi Mendas immortalized the newest creations exhibited at Paris’ Carpenters Workshop Gallery.

On the left: Giacomo Ravagli, "Barometro", 2015, Rosso Levanto marble, brass and leds, H60 L70 W30 CM . 

On the right : Atelier Van Lieshout"Strong Chair", 2015, iron and fabric, H72 L92 W88 CM 

 

 

 

 

Giacomo Ravagli"Barometro", 2015, Rosso Levanto marble, brass and leds, H60 L70 W30 CM 

 

On the left : Robert Sadler, "Pow Round Table", 2013, glass and carbone, H75 Ø130 CM 

On the right : Normal Studio, "Périmètre #01", 2015, concrete, H21 L169.2 W76.2 CM 

 

Normal Studio"Périmètre #01", 2015, concrete, H21 L169.2 W76.2 CM 

Rick Owens, "Plug Table (Bronze and Black Plywood)", 2015, bronze, black plywood, H77 L320 W100 CM 

 

Exhibition view

On the left : Ingrid Donat, "Buffet Cisco", 2015, bronze, H87 L141 W28.5 CM 

On the right Andrea Branzi, "Tree 6B", 2011, birch and patinated aluminium, H135 L300 W40 CM.

Ingrid Donat, "Buffet Cisco", 2015, bronze, H87 L141 W28.5 CM 

 

Exhibition view

Up : Mathieu Lehanneur, "Les Cordes (Paris)", 2014, glass and flexed, H90 L250 W150 CM.  

Down : Robert Stadler, "Pow Rectangular Table", 2013, glass and carbone, H72 L270 W100 CM 

Wonmin Park, "Haze Rectangular Table with Box (White, Grey and Navy)", 2013, colored resin, H33 L122.5 W76.5 CM 

 

The search for the absolute
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The search for the absolute

Design Since the late 1960s, many is the designer who has attempted to arrive at pure form, to pare things down to the essential, to reduce the idea to its most simple expression. Numéro takes a look at some of the most remarkable results. Since the late 1960s, many is the designer who has attempted to arrive at pure form, to pare things down to the essential, to reduce the idea to its most simple expression. Numéro takes a look at some of the most remarkable results.

Portfolio: Mathieu Lehanneur’s marble oceans
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Portfolio: Mathieu Lehanneur’s marble oceans

Design French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is showing his first exhibition in the USA at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. A surreal vision of the ocean’s dynamics, Ocean Memories is unquestionably a worthy successor to his Liquid Marble series. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is showing his first exhibition in the USA at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. A surreal vision of the ocean’s dynamics, Ocean Memories is unquestionably a worthy successor to his Liquid Marble series.

 Ron Arad, an unusual designer
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Ron Arad, an unusual designer

Design Ron Arad is without a doubt one of the most important figures in design art, a practice that blurs the boundaries between functionality of design and the pure aesthetics of sculpture that has so seduced the art market. But the designer knows how to create series of objects too, with equal success. An encounter with a designer as atypical as he is exuberant… Ron Arad is without a doubt one of the most important figures in design art, a practice that blurs the boundaries between functionality of design and the pure aesthetics of sculpture that has so seduced the art market. But the designer knows how to create series of objects too, with equal success. An encounter with a designer as atypical as he is exuberant…

Object of the day : Aldo Bakker’s origami table
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Object of the day : Aldo Bakker’s origami table

Design Discover the metal Coffee Table by Aldo Bakker presented at the most recent Milan Furniture Fair.     Discover the metal Coffee Table by Aldo Bakker presented at the most recent Milan Furniture Fair.    

Object of the day: the “New Spring” constellation by Cos and Studio Swine
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Object of the day: the “New Spring” constellation by Cos and Studio Swine

Design Just unveiled in Milan, the collaboration between the Swedish high street store Cos and the design duo Studio Swine takes shape as an interactive and luminescent installation. Just unveiled in Milan, the collaboration between the Swedish high street store Cos and the design duo Studio Swine takes shape as an interactive and luminescent installation.