You can certainly bet on the whimsical, quirky and one of a kind inspirations from dutch designers who frequently blur the lines between art installation, industrial design and furniture. The results are never ordinary but always inspiring. Setting new frontiers and breaking the mould in conventional furniture design seemed to be the modus operandi of designers from the land of the the beautiful but ironically predictable tulips !
SSphere is glad to share the ‘Vanishing Point’ . This is the first solo show of Dutch designer, Sebastian Brajkovic at Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Paris. His new bronze work stands at the crossroads between art and design. The artist aims to find the balance between industrial design and art, working towards both form and function.
One of the most remarkable pieces is ‘Fibonacci’, which expresses a theory of growth drawn up by an Italian mathematician towards the end of the 12th century. For this chair’s embroidery the artist collaborated with the Maison Lesage embroidery workshop, famous for its projects with haute couture names Chanel and Dior.
The exhibition is currently on show at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Paris from MAY 30 TO AUGUST 29, 2015 PREVIEW SATURDAY MAY 30 4PM – 9PM .